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Photowalk at Times Square and the Beach

Times Square at the Fort Myers Beach Pier is a treasure trove of great shots.  It has seascapes (best at 8AM), Times Square scenics, some classic architecture, uninhibited people, and lots of detail shots. 

NOTE: There are two start times for the photowalk:  8AM and 10AM.  The workshop is at 9AM and will last 1 hour.  You can come to the early photowalk and catch the light, or stick around after the workshop for the 10AM photowalk.  

The 8AM Photowalk has some early morning shots of the pier and a pretty deserted beach.  

The 9AM Workshop will be on shooting in Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual, and will be at the gazebo in the parking lot at Times Square. There is a separate meetup schedule for the workshop.

The 10AM Photowalk has more full sun, higher contrast levels, and you will be glad you went to the workshop, because you will want to shoot in manual for best results.

You can attend either or both photo walks, plus the workshop

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  • Joe D.

    Good locations. I plan on going back in the near future.

    February 3, 2014

  • Anthony R G.

    Great photo ops. Enjoyed meeting those that I did.

    February 2, 2014

  • Jeff C.

    Fog at the beach is a rare treat!

    February 1, 2014

  • Jeff C.

    If we can find some shade! you might want to bring a tripod for slow shutter speed shots.
    I also plan on setting up the aperture depth of field test on the pier, and that works best with a tripod.

    January 26, 2014

  • Joe D.

    Sounds great. Looking forward to another day to learning more about my camera and some good shooting.

    January 24, 2014

  • Jacky G.

    Sorry I'm on my way to Boston ....I'm sorry to say ....lol

    January 23, 2014

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