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Night Photo Walk

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  • This is going to be a Night photography walk.

    " Night photography refers to photographs taken outdoors between dusk and dawn. Night photographers generally have a choice between using artificial light and using a long exposure, exposing the scene for seconds, minutes, and even hours in order to give the film or digital sensor enough time to capture a usable image."

    We are going to start the walk with Yonge Dundas square, to Nathan Philips, and the surrounding area. .

    This walk is going to try to show a different side of this area which has been fully photographed on various occassions. 

    This is a first for the Night Series Photo session.


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  • Johnny

    Hey guys, check this youtube video on Night Photography by Canadian street photographer Steve Simon:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npTUENZEXoY

    2 days ago

    • AlfredDG

      Hey Johnny. Thanks for the link, you Joining the event?

      2 days ago

  • Joshua P.

    Looking forward to this one. I would recommend if people have a tripod to bring it a long to try some long exposure shots. I'll bring mine and more then happy to share for those who don't have one.

    1 · November 29

  • David W.

    Also, bring sealable plastic bags. Like freezer bags. If it's really cold out, then put your camera and lenses into the bags, and seal the bags, before coming in out of cold. This will prevent condensation on your gear when you come in to the warm indoors, and prevent damage that may occur.

    1 · November 28

  • AlfredDG

    To those attending, this session, please ensure that your cameras are good WINTER weather, also please ensure that you are well insulated. We would not want to damage your equipment or those attending to get sick.

    November 22

  • AlfredDG

    Thanks for the heads up.

    November 22

  • Cyrill

    http://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.3745675?client=ms-android-rogers-ca

    Hope your cams are weather proof or full mechanical. Would make for some epic night shots.

    November 22

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