Light painting in Cassiobury Park, Watford

We will be using the park as our canvas after sunset, starting with the bandstand and working our way down to the waterfall.

This workshop will be around 3 hours long.

Josè and myself will be running the workshop. You can find out about ourselves on our instagram links below.

Spinning LED light orbs and wire wool (weather dependent) and some new toys. A technical sheet will also be provided explaining long exposure photography.

As a bonus you will get access to my photography support where you can ask me any photography / marketing related questions. Find out more here
http://blog.andrewlalchan.co.uk/photography-marketing-support-signup/

We will start the evening with 20 minutes explaining the settings your camera should ideally be on and answering your questions.

We will meet at the Cassiobury Park Hub which is next to the Daisy in the Park Cafe.

If you are coming from Watford metropolitan tube station then its a short walk to the park (5 – 10min) The map link shows the nearest location look for Daisy in the Park cafe which is next to the hub.

Equipment needed
Dslr camera or camera that can shoot in manual mode
Tripod
Good footwear, the park will be muddy.
Torch
If you want to stand in shallow water to get good reflections then you would need some wellies.

Optional
Remote for your camera

Its all about having fun and learning new techniques, maximum of 20 people. This will be 3 hours long.

Josè – http://www.instagram.com/portugueezer

Andrew – http://www.instagram.com/alalchan

Details
Date:

February 23

Time:

05:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Click to Register: https://www.meetup.com/Watford-Photography-Meetup/events/256330881/
Organizer

Watford Photography Meetup

Website: https://www.meetup.com/Watford-Photography-Meetup/
Venue

Cassiobury Park

Watford

Herts WD18 7HY, GB

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