Friday, July 16th, 8-11am • Cambridge, MA
Recommended prerequisite: Working knowledge of your camera
We also recommend having some of the knowledge from our Beginner Photography class
All Skill Levels Welcome
Instructor: Emily Hojnowski
Class Size: Maximum 8 attendees
Mt. Auburn Cemetery is one of Boston’s most beautiful green spaces. This large, rolling parcel of land was America’s first garden-style cemetery. The historical 174-acre cemetery serves as a final resting place for the deceased, but it is also an arboretum full of flowers, flowering trees, colorful shrubs, architecture, and wildlife. This is an excellent opportunity to obtain a wide variety of images. Using a macro lens, you can obtain excellent macro images; using a standard zoom lens, you can capture the beautifully quaffed grounds; with a telephoto lens, there are a variety of birds, frogs, and other critters to be captured! Join us for a fun-filled afternoon!
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.
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If you are attending this walk, we will send out more specific instructions to you a few days prior to the walk. Please note: Some slight details above can be subject to change. This email will detail any of those minor changes.
Please read Hunt’s Terms & Conditions before signing up.
Dress and Gear
•Make sure to dress accordingly with the most current weather report.
•Consider bringing a macro lens or extension tubes and a standard zoom lenses
•A prime lens may also suit you well.
•You can bring a telephoto zoom lens for far away animals and critters, but be advised to bring only what you want to carry.
•Tripods are allowed on the grounds, but are not necessary.
•Consider bringing a pad to kneel on, if you plan to take macro shots
•Feel free to bring snacks and water.
•Bring an extra camera battery and memory cards.
•As always, bring your enthusiasm and creative thoughts!