There’s something magical about photographing the lights illuminating Boston @ night. The results are spectacular once you have an understanding of how to use the camera’s settings to produce good long exposure images. Learn how to create awesome zoom burst images too! Find out what your camera can teach you.™
These 2-hour photography workshops focus on creative composition and experimenting with camera settings with limited historical commentary.
Advance reservations required. Space is limited for a more personalized experience.
The PhotoWalks Guide to Successful Photography is included in the tour price. This e-booklet provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills and user-friendly explanations of camera settings for night photography.
*More dates will be added. Please call 617-851-2273 for inquiries.
Fan Pier has emerged as the crown jewel of Boston’s Seaport District. It bears little resemblance to its historic past and has one of Boston’s most iconic night views. We’ll also capture the Boston Tea Party ship and the sparkling lampposts on the Moakley Bridge in the Fort Point Channel area.
Meeting Point: outside Daily Catch restaurant – 2 Northern Ave.
Subway: South Station (red line) or Commuter Rail
Faneuil Hall and the North End really come alive at night! Capture the energetic night vibe, action on the streets, car light trails and more as you learn how to set the proper long exposure settings to create dynamic pictures of Boston’s top attractions.
Meeting Point: Bill Russell statue in Boston City Hall Plaza
Subway: Government Center (green or blue line)
The North Point Pedestrian Bridge offers the most spectacular night views of the Zakim Bridge. If you’ve always wanted to take pictures of the iconic bridge after sunset as well as light trails using long exposure, this photography workshop will teach you how to get the best shots of Boston’s architectural marvel.
Meeting Point: fountain in front of EF Education Building – 2 Education Circle, Cambridge