Past Meetup

Chase Tower Sky Lobby Sunset Shoot

This Meetup is past

14 people went

Location image of event venue


PARKING - Just a heads up. If you go into the underground parking BEFORE 5:00 you will pay for the full time you are there. If you arrive AFTER 5:00 you only pay $1

You dont have to park in the underground, but as far as I know there is no free parking anyplace close.

This is now full - Please keep an eye out if you are on the waiting list. Check back a few hours before the event to see if you've moved up. Sorry, but i was only able to get the 3 days, and all 3 are now full.

Chase Tower Sunset Shoot

Sky Lobby

2200 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201

Cost: FREE

January 3 - Friday

Limited to 20 People

Come shoot the sunset from atop the Chase Tower in the Sky Lobby

This was Loads of fun last year!

We will park for Free in the underground parking, head up to Security to gain access to the sky lobby.

We have around 2 hours to shoot.

They did ask that we not try and shoot inside of the building.

This is limited to 20 people Due to Space in the area - so dont wait.

If you RSVP and cant make it PLEASE remove yourself from the list

Others will want to attend and if you are holding a spot and cant make it, it cuts others out.

This will take place over 3 nights - Please Only Sign Up for One Night! Give Others A Chance to Shoot Here!


We are not able to turn off the lights inside of the building. As a result the glare and reflections from inside are a bit of a problem.

One thing we did during the Reunion Tower shoot was to get some small plastic suction cups with little hooks, take a dark piece of cloth and drape if over your camera.

This will cut the reflections out of your photos.

Or you can hold your coat over it - but arms get tired

Cliff Baise had one of these sweet things - Works like a charm!

I'm sure someone with a sewing machine and make something similar.

Lens Skirt -

My Favorite DIY was by a member that was Genius! - He took a Cheap Hat from Walmart he cut a hole in to put his lens through. Worked Great!

Please don't let the weather discourage you. I got some of my best shots during the fog one night.

Things you will need:

• Tripod

• wide angle lens if you have one.

• Something to cut the glare from the lights in the room - see notes above.

Optional Equipment:

• Remote Trigger

• Timer Trigger - for some time lapse

• Medium Zoom - Zoom Lense


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