Gain the skills to capture stunning, colorful and dramatic low light and night photographs. Using your tripod, for long exposures you’ll capture images with maximum dramatic effect.
Achieve the skills needed to create spectacular night photographs in this photo walking tour. You'll gain the skills to capture stunning, colorful and dramatic low light and night photographs. Your instructors will guide you along a hands-on walking tour with multiple photo demonstrations. You'll be able to shoot photographs alongside your instructor and get tips and advice on how to improve your images.
What You’ll Learn
Tuition $99, plus Eventbrite online processing fee
You are welcome to pay in store to avoid the Eventbrite fee.
save 10% if registering over two weeks in advance
What to bring…
Where to park/How to get there
About your Instructors
Reza Toghani is a skilled landscape, nature and nighttime photographer, from Iran with over 30 years of experience. Using both film and digital technology he has been able to capture exotic locals and create powerful and thoughtful images. With his experience, flavored by his foreign perspective and vast knowledge of still imagery, Reza's able to produce breathtaking photographs and teach others how to do the same! When not photographing the wide vistas of Yosemite and the world, Reza is helping people find the right camera at the Dublin store.
Andy Lopušnak is a world traveler and professional sports, cityscape and portrait photographer. He has served as the official portrait photographer for CBS Sports’ coverage of the PGA Championship, Thursday Night Football and the Final Four with Andy’s photos being used on-air and through CBS Sports’ social media sites. In addition to CBS, Andy has worked for Getty Images and has had his photos used by USA Today, ESPN and numerous online and print media outlets. When Andy isn’t behind his Sony a7r Mark II taking photos, he is the manager of the Dublin, California store.
Registration, Dates, Times & Locations
The group will meet at the Welcome Center at the South end of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Saturday March 30, 2019. 6.30pm - 9.00pm
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