Back by popular demand, the California State Railroad Museum is proud to host a unique “Trains and Tripods Photo Opportunity and Lighting Seminar.”
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The two-part program includes an optional seminar on existing light photography and a photographers-only photo session inside the visually-enticing museum before it opens to the public for the day.
Amateur photographers of all skill levels can choose to attend one or both of the activities.
Conducted by former Sacramento Bee photographer and Canon USA consultant Dave Henry, the fast-paced and information-packed lighting seminar is scheduled for Friday evening, May 10, with the “bring your own tripod” photography opportunity scheduled for Saturday morning, May 11. The Friday photography seminar is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. while the shooting workshop on Saturday is 7 to 9:30 a.m.
The cost is $35 each for the seminar and for the shooting workshop or $60 for both. Space is limited to 50 participants and advance registration for “Trains and Tripods” is required. All photographers are required to sign a release of liability and a “not for commercial use” clause.
The California State Railroad Museum is located at 125 I St. in Sacramento.
For more information or to register interested photographers are encouraged to visit californiastaterailroadmuseum.org or call 916-445-7373.