Carpe Noctem: Photographing in the Dark
Are you afraid of taking pictures in the dark?
The fun doesn’t stop when the skies go dark, especially not when it comes to photography. With the right instruction and equipment, you’ll learn that taking shots after dark can be just as rewarding, if not more, as photographing during the day.
Now, you might be quick to think that taking pictures in low lighting situations can prove difficult, but that doesn’t mean you should give up. There is a lot of action and beauty to be caught when the evening settles in; and so, carpe noctem! (seize the night!) and get ready to learn to capture stunning pics in the dark.
Australian Photography Travel’s latest beginner’s class teaches you to see nightfall not as a disadvantage but instead as the perfect backdrop for some of the most breathtaking images you can capture. Using your DSLR, a tripod, and a few light toys, you will discover many creative possibilities with night-time photography.
Perth (Fremantle) Night Photography Workshop for Beginners runs on May 12th, Saturday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. Book now or find out more about the class in the link below.
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