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Night Photography at Union Square/St. Mark's Place

  • Sep 23, 2012 · 7:30 PM
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Night photography is all about beauty. To be able to capture this beauty you must have patience. When you see a night shot, it looks fairly simple but a lot of thought and work goes into it. In the end, it is all worth the experience because of the beautiful photos as results. During this workshop we will learn to shoot night shots and low lighting situations. As a part of the night photography workshop we will also cover a little bit of strobe photography, time lapse and long exposure. We will go over the basic camera settings, ISO, aperture, Shutter speed and how they are affected by the lack of light in addition to white balance and photographing under different light sources such as street lamps, car headlights, neon signs. We will go over techniques such as camera holding techniques. Equipment for night photography such as lenses with Vibration Reduction, why you would want to use a tripod, using a remote shutter cable, how to effectively use flash at night.This Workshop is recommended for anyone who interested in night photography to learn how to capture those amazing photos seen online or in many photo books. We will start at Union Square and end up in the St. Mark’s Place area, possibly detouring into a subway station for some low-lighting practice.

About the Presenter:

Ken Maldonado was born in The Bronx, NY and attended the City University of New York where he earned his BA in 2007 and worked as a Teaching Assistant instructing introductory and advanced photography courses. In 2008 he was a staff photographer at a Milwaukee, WI based nightlife magazine, and from[masked] freelanced for various print and web based publications. In 2011 he worked as a contract photographer for The Wall Street Journal where he specialized in breaking news and features.

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  • Peter N.

    Worthwhile visit, would try again perhaps add flash off camera for foreground interest of dancers

    September 24, 2012

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    A former member

    I don't have a tripod -- shall I rent one for the evening??

    September 21, 2012

    • Dawn W.

      If you like but its not necessary. If you have one, feel free to bring it, if not, Ken will show you ways to photograph at night without one.

      September 21, 2012

  • Lindsay

    Should we bring a tripod if we have one?

    September 21, 2012

  • Denise

    What sort of equipment do you need for this workshop?

    September 13, 2012

    • Denise

      Okay, so a camera flash isn't necessary? I haven't purchased one yet...

      September 13, 2012

    • Dawn W.

      No, not necessary.

      September 13, 2012

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