In May I organised a PhotoWalk in Apia, Samoa, and it was a huge hit. People came from around Samoa to come for a walk and talk, learn and play with some new photography techniques (you can read all about that here). We all learned a few things, including myself (as I always do), and I’m excited to announce that we are doing it all again!
4.30pm – Saturday the 25th July!
This is going to be along the amazing Coastal Walk, Pupu Pu’e National Park, Upolu, Samoa.
TOTALLY FREE OF CHARGE AND LOTS OF FUN!
On this walk we’ll look at;
- Camera setups, exposure times, aperture etc.
- Angles of a shot
- Making the most of natural light
- Framing and layering
- Long exposure photography
WHAT TO BRING
I recommend you a pair of good shoes as this is old lava rock and we will be walking for a while. Also bring a torch, we’ll be walking in the dark at the end of the PhotoWalk and we can play with some clever light trickery!
More details about this location are HERE!
There will be prizes on the day thanks for Snapshot Cameras – the best place to buy your camera gear!
The above photo is of an island that we will see along the walk, taken by Charles Netzler. Thanks Charles!