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Photographer Night: Self-Guided Garden Glow at the Gardens

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  • Missouri Botanical Gardens

    4344 Shaw Blvd, St Louis, MO (map)

    38.616775 -90.257272

  • Please find details including purchasing entry for this event at the following link: https://www.mobot.org/iebms/coe/coe_p2_details.aspx?eventid=49784&sessionid=ej3ffpfh2ffkfh8fb1fd1

    Photographer night reinvented! This year enjoy earlier admission to Garden Glow with camera and tripod in hand. The first 1.5 hours will be for photographers only. Then stay for public hours to take additional shots with your tripod and enjoy the festivities, including food, drink, and s’mores. Capture the glitter and lights of Garden Glow and practice your photography skills. Self-guided only. This experience is not led by instructor. Designed for adults only. Registration ends December 13 at noon.

    Meet at the Ridgway Visitor Center Ticket Counter at MBG. Registration starts at 3:45. Entrance to Garden grounds is at 4 p.m. Note: The Garden is open until 10:00 p.m.

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  • Kathy B.

    Reminder: please purchase your tickets ahead of time directly from the Garden website. Tripods ARE allowed for the entire evening as well. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

    7h ago

  • Richard S.

    I talked with another volunteer and it looks like we could use the tripods through out the night. Also so far on nights that they have had small crowds they have tolerated the tripods. I will do a final check with MoBot. Also, the class states that we can.

    1 · 17h ago

  • Richard S.

    According to a volunteer I talked to, Tripods can only be used until 5:30. Also, she was pretty sure that we have to done at 5:30 and would have to have an evening ticket after 6:00. It looks like we are going to have < 1.5 hours to do our photos with the first part not being dark. I'm going to contact MoBot to make sure.

    1 · 5 days ago

    • David C.

      Please let us know what you find out.

      1 · 4 days ago

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  • Kathy B.
    Event Host

    From StL though lived in several States (FL, IL, GA, WI). Slightly better than amatuer photog... more

  • Leon Carr J.

    Hello my name is Leon Carr Jr. I'm currently attending the Art Institute of Pittsburgh online... more

  • Jennifer M.

    I'm an eclectic hobbyist with access both to city and rural environments. I love photographing.­.. more

  • Richard S.

    "Hi, I have been taking pictures for 10+ years. I enjoy taking pictures of Eagles,... more

  • David C.

    After years of travel photography with point-and-shoo­t cameras I finally got a serious camera... more

  • Janis S.

    I am an amateur with a camera! Love shooting everything and anything.... more

  • Christy S.

    Hello, my name is Christy, and I absolutely LOVE Photography! I often drive my family crazy when... more

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