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Long Exposure Sunset Photography at Fort Point

From: $175.00

hosted by Kiem Lam

Description

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS: Sunset * Long Exposure * Fort Point * Boston * Waterfront

TOUR DESCRIPTION: During the long exposure sunset photo tour, we will take photographs of the Boston Financial District from Fort Point. We will use strong ND filters (6 stops or more) to shoot the sunset with long exposure. This tour will also cover some post production tips and tricks.

LENGTH: 3 hours (meet one hour before sunset. Times will be sent ahead of the tour date.)

TRANSPORTATION: This is a walking tour

SUGGESTED EQUIPMENT:
DSLR camera, ND Filter (min 6 stops), Tripod, and a remote trigger or intervalometer.

PHOTOGRAPHIC FOCUS: Composition, use of ND filters, and post production.

STRENUOUSNESS: Not strenuous

MIN # OF PARTICIPANTS: 3
(reimbursements will be made if we do not reach that minimum 5 days prior to the tour date)

MAX # OF PARTICIPANTS: 6

CANCELLATION: Tour can be cancelled by the attendee for a full refund up to 7 days prior to the event. This is an outdoor tour, which is dependent on weather. We will not be able to take photos in rain or snow, but will provide a rain date close to the scheduled event. In case of tour cancellation or rescheduling, a refund can be issued.

OTHER AVAILABILITY If you have a group with a minimum of 3 people, please feel free to request and alternate date for this tour by emailing localcaptures [at] gmail [dot] com.

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Kiem Lam

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kiemlamI have always been in the creatives and have a background in web and graphic design. Photography really piqued my interest when I picked up my younger sister’s camera, then a Nikon 5200. Taking photographs was really a hobby and a way to express my creative side in a different forum. As with any creatives, I decided to explore my hobby with a new shiny instrument and upgraded to a Nikon D810. Needless to say, photography has relentlessly taken over my soul and passion.

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