Spring Photo Walk with Pictureline (Saturday April 18, 2020)

SKU: SLC04182020

NOTICE: Due to uncertain circumstances from the developing situation, all previously planned in-person classes and events are currently postponed for a date to be determined later. Online classes and events remain as scheduled. We value the safety and health of our customers, and will post updates when available. Thank you for your patience.

April 18, 2020
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Red Butte Garden
300 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Join pictureline and Evoke Creative in welcoming warmer weather to the Wasatch Front. Our popular photo walk series continues at Red Butte Garden among the blooming flowers and other fantastic foliage. During our walk we’ll focus on macro photography, and how to properly adjust your camera settings to capture these amazingly detailed, close-up images. We’ll cover depth-of-field principles, lighting, and selecting an area of focus.

We'll meet up just outside the main entrance in the parking lot, where we'll cover a few basics before we begin shooting. Be sure to bring your camera and tripod, and wear some comfortable walking shoes.

Don’t forget to share your photo walk images with us on social media with #pictureline and #evokecreativephotowalk so we can see each other’s work.

Why a photo walk? At pictureline, we don’t just sell cameras—we care about our customers and our community. We’ve found that a fun way to meet other photographers is by organizing photo walks, which are essentially short tours around local points of interest, designed to help hone photography skills, learn new ideas, and experience different places.

And in case you missed it, our Winter Photo Walk in February took us to the Utah State Capitol Buildingwhere we focused on architectural photography, and how to communicate a building’s relationship with context, space and time. We discussed techniques for capturing lines, shapes, and unique angles, and exploring details as much as the whole. We also learned the importance of lighting, and how to incorporate people into architectural shots. We learned some new things, took some great photos, and made some fantastic new friends.