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Urban Photography with a Macro Twist

A former member
Hello everyone,

I am so happy that you've decided to join me on Sat, Sep. 14 for our Urban Photography Meetup. The group is much larger than I anticipated, so I have made a change to our ending location. We will now end our adventure at Karl Strauss Brewing Co (1157 Columbia Street    San Diego, CA 92101 • Phone: 619-234-2739). They have plenty of room for us.

Our basic agenda:

  • We will meet at the Grand North Tower (1205 Pacific Hwy) I pick this location because I live here, there's plenty of parking near by and it is an easy walk to Little Italy and back.
  • We wil do some basic introductions, I will give you some tips and ideas for the day, and answer any questions you might have.
  • We can walk as a group to the edge of Little Italy.
  • Split up and take some pictures

    • I was thinking - 2 hours of photography
    • There are a variety routes you can take depending on your goals.

      • Farmers Market – The famers market is often very crowded if you decide to shoot here you probably won't have much time to do much else
      • Farmers Market East end -  There is a small section of the Market that is West of Kettner. It generally has less traffic and has 90% of the flowers and some veggies.
      • Skip the Farmers Market - there are lots of interesting things on Kettner as far North as  Juniper St.
      • Don't for get the side streets.




  • Meet at Karl Strauss about Noon.  There we can share our experiences and photos and have a question and answer session. I recommend bringing a laptop or tablet to upload your images. (http://www.karlstrauss.com/PAGES/Eats/Downtown.html­)
  • If there are any photos that you want to retake after the share session you can head back out to the streets or of course home for a nap.

Here's a great article for new photographers (http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/digital-slrs/50-essential-photography-tips-50006080/­)


Dot Lestar Roberts
Photography:  http://www.dotshots.n...­
Cell: 480-251-9497
Email: dot@asu.edu[/url]
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