Saturday, August 7th, 5-9pm • East Boston, MA
We recommend you take this class if you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera
“Bridge” cameras are also acceptable
All Skill Levels Welcome
Instructor: Emily Hojnowski
Class Size: 8 attendees
Learning about photography can be a real challenge. There are so many pieces to the puzzle of photography, some of which use confusing terminology. And while we also offer other wonderful Beginner Photography classes to get you started, nothing is truly the same as hands-on in-the-field! It’s important to fully understand the “why” and “how” of your camera settings.
In this outdoor, hands-on class, you’ll learn all about the basics of photography. We will discuss Exposure (how light works with the camera), the Big Three Settings (Aperture, Shutter Speed, & ISO), how they affect your picture and how to set them, and what mode to set it to on your camera! We’ll discuss changing depth-of-field (controlling what’s in focus in the background), stopping or blurring the action in your scene, and many other basic picture-taking techniques. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn about your camera in a fun and safe environment! Join us to strengthen your photographic knowledge!
In this session of Beginner Photography in the Field…
…we will be going to Piers Park in East Boston. Piers Park was developed in the mid-1990s, offering beautiful landscaping, natural vegetation, and stunning views of downtown Boston. During this session of Beginner Photography in the Field, you will learn about photograph on the grounds of Piers Park and the Boston skyline during blue hour, sunset, and civil twilight. The variety here is excellent, and the time frame is an excellent opportunity to learn about long-exposures. If you’re a beginner and you also want to learn about how to shoot in low-light and night situations, this is a great opportunity! (Honestly, it’s really a great opportunity for ANYONE that’s a beginner!) Bring your camera and your enthusiasm to learn all about photography in a hands-on, real-life environment!
And yes, you’ll end up with images in the end like those you see here.
Updated COVID-19 Policies for outdoor Hunt’s Photo Walks and Workshops
Hunt’s Photo Education is aligning with CDC and state guidelines and will no longer require face masks for our outdoor Photo Walks. If you are more comfortable wearing a mask, please feel free to do so. We also recommend bringing a mask, just in case. We also ask that you maintain social distance of 6 feet from one another.
Hunt’s Photo Education will still adhere to our 8 person attendee maximum per Photo Walk with a single instructor (unless otherwise noted).
As always, if you are sick or feeling unwell, STAY HOME! We will gladly give you a credit towards a future walk.
These guidelines will stay in place until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
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Dress and Gear
•Make sure to dress accordingly with the most current weather report.
•Make sure to bring your camera and any lenses you want to use. 1-2 lenses should be fine, but but be advised to bring only what you want to carry.
•Bring an extra camera battery (make sure to charge it!) and memory cards.
•You are welcome to bring a tripod, but you don’t need to.
•Feel free to bring snacks and water.
•As always, bring your enthusiasm and creative thoughts!