Central Park Night Shoot

Here are some photos from our Central Park Night Shoot. Join us for the next one on May 23rd!

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When: Friday March 27, 2015, 7:00-9:00pm
Where: Central Park, New York, NY
Cost: $100

SPECIAL: $150 for 2 people signing up at the same time if registered before March 15th

After a sold out night walking tour in Central Park last October, Debra and Fredda are back at it again leading another photo tour through Central Park at night. You’ll be amazed at how beautiful the park looks after dark. We will show you techniques to help you achieve striking photos and to help you experiment if you have your own ideas. We welcome all photography levels (beginner to advanced). Suggested techniques include long exposures, painting with light, camera movement, flash use, etc.

The workshop will take place in Central Park after dark. Our meeting spot will be sent upon payment. Rain or shine.

Requirements and Equipment Needs: You must sign up in  advance. Prior knowledge of  photography is recommended but not necessary. You will need a digital camera (point and shoot or DSLR) with manual controls, a tripod and a flashlight. Optional equipment: a cable release and external flash. In case of inclement weather, umbrella and plastic to cover cameras, etc.

Click here for the registration form!


5 thoughts on “Central Park Night Shoot”

  1. question — do you have a maximum number of attendees for the night shoot? I would not want to go with a crowd. . . thanks, Cheryl

    1. Hello Cheryl. That’s a good question. We do not have a limit, however, if we have what we deem as too many, we will have provisions to travel in smaller groups. Please email me directly if you would like to discuss this further at fredda@infocusvisions.com. Thank you. Fredda

  2. Yes I am also interested but I would like to know how large is the shoot. I have done very little Nite shoots. Will you be sending out some suggestive camera settings.
    Thk you

    1. Thank you for your interest. The shoot will be of manageable size and is perfect if you do night shooting all the time or have never done night shooting before. Any and all questions will be answered. We will work with you on camera settings that night, but can send you some suggestions before the shoot if you would like. Let me know if you would like to discuss this further. You can email me directly at fredda@infocusvisions.com.

  3. Question sent in by email: Is your concert workshop also good for people who shoot poetry?

    Answer: It’s a perfect way to work on photographing any kind of stage lighting.

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