Tired of taking photographs during the day? Try night photography! Working beneath the glow of the moon in beautiful Millennium Park, you’ll first receive a presentation in understanding your camera, when to shoot night shots, how to meter, as well as why and how to use a tripod. Moreover, you will also receive professional recommendations regarding ideal aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings specific for capturing scenes at night. Following the overview, traverse Millennium Park photographing light trails from the streets above and beautiful downtown Chicago, all the while, receiving expert critiques of your photos helping you to improve.
It's a brand new world through your camera lens!
Note: While this activity is open to all levels, it is recommended for photographers with custom camera controls. A tripod is not required although it might be helpful if you have one. This safari meets rain or shine.
What to expect
- Explore the unique aspects and intricacies of night photography, including when to shoot and how to use a tripod
- Discover the ideal aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings for taking photographs at night
- Photograph your way through Millennium Park at night with professional instructors
- Receive on-the-spot critiques
About this Activity
|Price||$170.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
Cancellations are for rescheduling only, and can only be done if notice is given at least eight days in advance with a $35 fee per person.