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October 24, 2021 at 6:02 pm #32152
The Light painting outing is on for Nov 13th a Saturday night at Hidden Valley Park
Please go to the event and add your name by selecting a ticket. It is 10 dollars per person. 20 people max.
If not filled I will open it up to the full membership
Any question on what you need, post in the night photography forum on the web site
October 24, 2021 at 6:25 pm #32207
The people that are doing the outing are from St Catharines and did the one for Hamilton club As seen on HCC facebook page there are 2 teacher demonstrators and one model
October 24, 2021 at 7:08 pm #32208
I will just give you a paragraph of the necessary things.
You will need a tripod and a cable or remote release.
The basic understanding of your camera functions, mainly working in “Manual” mode.
Also knowing how to turn off your auto focus is a huge issue. Please shut off your “Long exposure noise reduction’ as it isn’t needed and will slow the group down.
A small flashlight or headlamp of some sort which makes it easier to adjust your camera in the dark.
A small stool as we will be working with 2 rows and the back row will be standing and shooting over the front row which will be on stools.
Most importantly dress for the weather, remember you will be standing or sitting still for quite awhile and it will seem to be colder than it really is.
We usually recommend a shorter than normal lens. Say in the 24mm range. Ideally a zoom as everyone prefers a different viewpoint. We normally advise and shoot with ourselves with a 24. We will be covering quite a field of view as the night progresses.
Sunset by then will be before 5pm. We can start anytime really. I will check with Chris and make sure he can be ready to go to be there for 730.
Hope this helps,
October 25, 2021 at 10:42 am #32702
link to registration page
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