Sun, Oct 23, 6:00pm - 8:00pm Pacific Time
How hard is it to get a unique photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge these days?
Please join us on a two-hour, light stroll next to San Francisco's beloved, Golden Gate Bridge. Whether you are a San Francisco veteran or a visitor exploring SF for the first time, you will find that the bridge is always most powerful during twilight, better known as the "golden hour."
It will be a small class of 5-15 people. We will teach you how to stop relying on automatic, and get those shots worth framing! You will be able to apply concepts you learned in class like long exposures, depth of field, aperture, shutter speed, rule of thirds and metering. You'll never want to use the "automatic mode" again.
Any specific questions about equipment will be answered. Please bring your camera, lens/lenses and a tripod, if you have one (not mandatory). Once you register, you will receive more details about where to meet.
Must have taken our Beginner's Photography class before registering for this walk or already have a good handle on things like shutter speed, aperture, ISO and manual mode
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We're a photography studio in business since 2009, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We specialize in architecture and fine art photography, and do commercial work for resorts around the world. We've participated in several prominent art fairs, and sell our fine art at a beautiful art gallery in...
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