photograph at Cairnwood Estate with tripods

Canceled

Price: $150.00 /per person
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Need at least five people to make this run.

Celebrate your holiday spirit at Cairnwood Estate decorated for Christmas. Cairnwood sparkles at this time of year, with classic holiday decorations.

We are inside with tripods with the Estate to ourselves from 8-10am and then we have permission to continue to use tripods and photograph outside until 11am. We will meet at 7:30am to talk about HDR capture inside and/or photograph from the outside.

Please note that all of our workshops require the participants sign a liability waiver. Download it; then print, read, and sign it and bring it with you -- Thank you! http://tinyurl.com/cuchara-waiver16 Please note that some locations will have you sign their liability waiver at the site as well. Please note that this and all classes/workshops have no refunds. By signing up for our classes/tours/workshops, you agree to our terms and conditions, see http://www.photographybylisaandtom.com/p/workshops.html

Tom and I have photographed here before. Tom and I will be shooting duirng this photo session. We will offer compositional advice and HDR advice, but this photo shoot is mainly about access. We will always answer questions and offer advice. Please come knowing how to use a tripod, change your ISO and set up your camera to capture HDR images. If you are brand new to HDR we suggest a class, formal teaching workshop, or a private tutorial with us prior to this event.

From their website...

"Cairnwood Estate was designed by Carrère and Hastings in the Beaux Arts style. The meticulous decorative elements blend influences from classical Greek and Roman architecture with French Renaissance ideas. The exterior of Cairnwood shows a mixture of rustic elements and high style. The overall effect is that of a majestic French chateau adapted to the conditions and requirements of American life during the Gilded Age.
The estate consists of a main house, adjacent courtyard, garden house, and formal gardens. Just a few feet from Huntingdon Pike are the entrance gate and carriage house. In 1895, a stable, greenhouses, a pergola, three terraced gardens and access to many acres of farmland, surrounded by woodlands, completed the idyllic country home."