Sunset and blue hour


Photo Walk and Talk  - intensive 2 hours photography classes for camera people.

Different topics, different locations, great experience and fantastic pictures.

Theme: Sunset and magic blue hour

There are breathtaking views from the above! Magic happens right in your camera. Please join us for this relaxing outing. Great community of photo enthusiasts and amazing photo opportunities!

We will cover:

  • shooting before and after sunset

  • quality of light

  • creating car light trails

  • planning the best times of the day

  • how to determine timing and where to find it
    and much more...

Style of the photo walk: group of 4 or more (maximum 12)

Requirements: Camera with your lenses, charged battery(ies), memory card(s), tripod*, comfortable clothes/shoes. 

What is also included:

  • experienced instructor

  • scouting for the perfect location with great view

  • printed photo document to understand perfect timing of the light

  • access to the closed Facebook group (for workshop/walk participants only!) - we do have this group to keep in touch with everyone and share photos, photo experience and to answer any questions anytime after the workshop/walk

  • extra smile

Date: Saturday 4 November 2017

Time: 16.00 -18.00

Place: Chardonne - Jongny

Language: English

Price: 50 CHF to be paid on the spot, but advanced booking is required!

Bonus price if buying voucher 4+1  (buy 4 get 1 for free): 200 CHF (40 CHF per walk).

​Interested? Contact us for more info: 

* Tripod is necessary for this Photo walk, as we'll be shooting in the low light conditions. But setting will be quite easy! We have few tripods to borrow, if you need one, let us know in advance


**Cancellation policy:

If your plans change, you can cancel anytime by sending an email to

Cancellations more than 48 hours prior the event are free of charge. If cancelled later than 48 hours prior the event or in case of no show up, an invoice for 25CHF will be issued.

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