If you enjoy photographing street scenes, skylines, light streaks, and other urban scenes, it doesn’t get much better than Asheville. This eclectic city provides a smorgasbord of night-photography subjects, as well as featuring superb food and a brew pub on every block. (Several pubs on some blocks!)
You’ll have fun, learn a lot, make cool photos, and eat well. Beer is optional.
Everyone will get something out of this workshop, regardless of skill level. (You could attend with nothing but your cell phone and make some nice photos.) However, to get the most out of this workshop, you’ll need to have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of photography and camera operation, including being able to operate the camera in manual mode.
We will meet the afternoon of Wednesday, March 29. We will have a classroom session and then have dinner together as a group. After dinner, you’ll spend the rest of the evening and into the night photographing.
On Thursday, we will meet again after lunch for another classroom session, which will include post processing demonstrations of the photos you shot the night before. We’ll have dinner again as a group and then go back out on the streets for another night of photography.
We’ll meet in the classroom again around mid-morning on Friday for a final session lasting a few hours.
Participants need to be able to walk the streets of Asheville for several hours while carrying a camera and tripod.
Lodging is not included, and you may stay where you wish. It is recommended that you stay at our host hotel, where we will have our classroom sessions. The Trip Planning info you will receive after registration has detailed info about our host hotel and other area places to stay.
Transportation from the host hotel to our shooting locations is included. You just need to get yourself to Asheville.
Full payment is required at the time of registration. You can register online by clicking the “Register Now” buttons on this page.