Sunday, November 10th, 9am-1pm • Plymouth, MA
Featuring: Photographing in low-light environments, environmental portraits, and more, all in a 17th-century setting
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 and Alex Hochstrasser
Class Size: 12 attendees maximum
Join Hunt’s Photo Education for a photo walk at the historic Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This walk will have an emphasis on storytelling with lots of opportunities for environmental portraits, macro, landscape, and low light photography, all under the guise of a 17th century New England settlement.
Founded more than 65 years ago, Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum that depicts the life and culture of America’s first settlers in the 17th century. The settlement is complete with houses, gardens, animals, and pilgrims that live and speak just as if it was 1627. The grounds, homes, and settlers make for wonderful studies in light, architecture, detail, and portraiture. Also on the property is a full Native American settlement as well. The Wampanoag’s were native to Plymouth before the arrival of our first settlers and the story of their lives, and how it mixed with the Pilgrims, is on display as well. Plimoth Plantation is a vital look into the lives of our ancestors and the growth of America.
Please note: Any photographs taken cannot have commercial use without written consent from Plimoth Plantation.
Attendees should have:
Digital Camera and Lens
Suggested Items Attendees should have:
Extra memory cards and camera battery