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Night photography at the Trolley Museum SUPER MOON

Shore Line Trolley Museum -- Stay late to take photographs after dark under the full SUPER moon! Their restored historic trolley cars are a delight by day and lit-up jewels by night!

Price includes admission and a donation to the Trolley Museum.

We are limiting this event to 15 people so we make sure that we can get the photographs we want. I went to a similar event last summer and while it was great there over 100 people there making it impossible to get images without people in them.

Sturdy shoes, drinking water and insect repellent highly recommended.

Bring your tripod. For exposures longer than 30 seconds you will need a cable release (suggested anyway).

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  • Cindy G.

    What a great night! No moon, but in photography you learn pretty quickly that you need to be flexible. Fantastic to have that kind of access. Looking forward to future Meet-ups with you guys!

    July 23, 2013

  • Lisa C.

    no moon, but kept the light rain the bugs away and gave us reflections

    July 23, 2013

  • C. A.

    Dear Lisa; Thank you for so patiently explaining everything! You sound like a nice person, and my boyfriend and I look forward to meeting you at some point. Please accept our wishes for you to have successful webinars and courses.

    July 21, 2013

  • C. A.

    We're sorry if it felt that way. We just wanted people to know there's a cheaper alternative and people around that are willing to help out. Our friend was a little ticked that they used the blog they do for that other organization for advertising their private business. My S.O. and I don't really care. We don't know these people so there's no animosity and again sorry if it came through that way!

    July 21, 2013

    • Lisa C.

      We have posted this a couple of times on the NECCC Blog and it was announced at the conference to all of the club reps...
      Wanted: Photography photo ops, programs, workshops, etc. from the New England Region
      There is soooo much going on the New England region and we want to share it with everyone. Seminars, workshops, camera club programs, outside speakers, Canon Explorers of Light, photo ops, -- and first hand information providing updates on seasonal shooting (sunflowers, spring flowers, fall foliage). Let's SHARE
      In this day of social media "we" (photographers) should be sharing upcoming photography with each other so everyone can know about them and choose to participate.

      July 21, 2013

    • Lisa C.

      The NECCC Blog and Facebook site are wonderful places to share what is going on photographically in the New England Region. Please have your club representative and/or publicity person contacting me with information about your club's events, programs, seminars, etc. you are offering. If you have a first hand update on a seasonal event we would like that too (how are the Sunflowers at Buttonwood farm, are the daffodils peak, how is the fall foliage, etc.)
      Email me with "for the NECCC Blog" in the subject line and we will let the entire New England area know about the photo op or your club's event! Let's rock the New England region with an abundance of shared information and opportunities!!

      July 21, 2013

  • C. A.

    My S.O. and I also thought the price was high so we'll save 60 dollars by going on the 23rd and only paying $10 each. We went last year on 7/24 and there were not "hundreds" at all. In fact none of our pix have people in them. People would stay clear of others and we and others helped those needing assistance. A friend saw this advertised on the blog they do for a photo group called NECCC and thought it was tacky that they advertised their own private business in a way that makes it look like it was sanctioned by that other group.

    July 20, 2013

    • Cindy G.

      Wow. It sounds as though you have an axe to grind against these folks. When I see something that I feel is overpriced, I just don't go. I have been on outings with this group before and found them to be very knowledgable and helpful.

      1 · July 20, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Gee, the entry fees for this group sure seem a bit higher than any of the other photo meetup groups in the area? What's different about his group that makes the high entry fees a good value?

    July 16, 2013

    • Lisa C.

      Other meetups also do not provide any instruction, we help if you need it. So size and teaching are the difference. Some of our meetups are free (when the venue is free and we do not teach) but we always try to keep them small 4-20 people so you can get the images that you want. Perhaps this particular outing is not for you, but we try to have a variety of events and price ranges from free on up.

      July 17, 2013

    • Lisa C.

      hope to shoot with you soon!

      July 17, 2013

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