Models by the street lights with Ryan Brown from Sigma.
Once the sun has set many photographers will pack away their cameras and go home. They are missing out capturing some of the most stunning and visually exciting images.
The night has always been associated with romance, mystery, and the unknown. The nocturne has also been a natural subject for art. Night photography can produce some very interesting effects. The moon and stars aren’t the only things worth taking pictures of when the sun goes down.
Taking photographs at night is a lot simpler to achieve then one might think. The results can be very stunning and strange effects are easy to master. It is also possible to take top quality night images with just basic equipment.
Veterans of low light photography will lead groups of photographers on this exciting adventure through the streets of Eureka Springs along with models. Please remember that no flash photography will be allowed. Therefore, please bring a tripod, low light lens (F2.8 or better) and a camera that works well at ISO 800 or better for best results.
Need a lens? Checkout a lens from Sigma for the evening, before the Keynote Dinner.