An enormous textile factory built in 1904 sits abandoned in northern Delaware. Before it is redeveloped—which is the planning stages now — Fair Hill Meetup members (and their friends) can explore and photograph this historic, moody and fascinating interior (the outside is interesting, too).
During the session, Steve will demonstrate how to make the best use of flash both in areas that are totally dark, and where you want to mix flash with ambient light.
For sample photos, see: Student Photos
Notes: 1. All students MUST sign a liability form before entering factory. 2. Everyone is required to work in the same general area as we move through the different floors and buildings. 3. Event is rain or shine.
Location: Yorklyn, Delaware
Cost: $70.00 (To reserve the date, at least five people must register by June 10th. If at least 10 people are not registered by July 10th the class will be cancelled and tuition will be refunded.)
Equipment: Any camera.
Optional Equipment: Hot shoe flash, tripod, reflector, flashlight.
Minimum Class Size: 10
Maximum Class Size: 20
Schedule: 2:00 - 5:30
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