What You'll Do
As the sun sets, Philadelphia's sky turns into a stunning backdrop that evolves with each passing minute, with the bold splashes of warm color giving way to the ethereal light of the moon. For professional photographer Rick Wright, this is the best backdrop to the city's historical architecture, and he shows you why during this three-hour walking workshop. Rick demonstrates the techniques you need to snap dynamic and expressive nighttime photos, giving you ample one-on-one attention and practice time.
Learn the Secrets of Low-Light Photography
Professional photographer Rick Wright demonstrates the key techniques for shooting at sunset and night
Rick works with you one-on-one and gives you time to practice each technique
Photograph Philly Landmarks
The Philadelphia Museum of Art and Fairmount Water Works are just two of the tour's stops
Each event is capped at 12 participants; each event requires a minimum of 5 participants in order to take place.
Rick Wright has spent more than 25 years behind a camera lens. The photographer earned an MFA from Columbia University, and in the years that followed he's photographed an impressive body of work—much of which can be seen in collections throughout the United States. Over the last decade, Rick has served as a photographic instructor at a number of institutions throughout Philadelphia.
Depending on the date, classes are available for the following times:
3:45 p.m.–6:45 p.m. | 4 p.m.–7 p.m. | 4:15 p.m.–7:15 p.m.
Where You'll Meet
Photo tours meet at the benches outside of Lloyd Hall and then travel to local landmarks throughout Philadelphia.