Walk: Saturday July 31st, 5-9pm • Narragansett, RI
Image Review: Tuesday August 3rd, 7-9pm • Online!
Featuring coastal scenes, sunset and low light photography followed by an online image review
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: Don Toothaker
Class Size: Maximum 8 attendees
Join Hunt’s Photo Education on a late-afternoon/evening walk of the Port of Galilee & Point Judith Lighthouse, followed by an online image review. On the walk, we will discuss Exposure, Subject Development, Image Composition, HDR, Black & White Photography and more. Photographers of all skill levels are encouraged to attend.
The Port of Galilee is a small fishing village located in Narragansett, Rhode Island, but this small village holds the largest fishing fleet in the entire state! Because of this, the Port of Galilee is a fascinating, weathered and textured area for photography. We will begin the walk photographing in and around the port, then move toward the Point Judith Lighthouse for sunset.
After the workshop, attendees will have the opportunity to review their images and make some edits. We will then reconvene online with an image review where we will discuss many of the factors that we discussed on the walk portion of the workshop. This workshop is an excellent opportunity to hone in on and develop your photography skills.
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If you are attending this workshop, we will send out more specific instructions to you a few days prior. Please note: Some slight details above can be subject to change. This email will detail any of those minor changes.
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Dress and Gear:
•Make sure to dress accordingly with the most current weather report.
•For lenses, wide-angle and normal zoom lenses apply. A prime (low-aperture) lens will also be helpful. You are free to bring a telephoto zoom lens, but remember to only carry what you need. If you’re unsure, feel free to ask.
•Make sure to bring your tripod, quick release, and a flashlight too.
•Consider bringing water and snacks.
•Bring an extra camera battery if you have one.
•A good, fun attitude is always recommended!