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Multiple Exposure Photography Meetup

Multiple Exposure Photography Meetup

Saturday 10 December
Francis Park, St. Louis - 2pm - 2 Hours
We will cover how to use multiple exposures to add a touch of the surreal to your photography, tell complex stories in a single image and create unique portraits. You will need either a digital camera that has a multiple exposure mode or a film camera. You can also take single exposures and combine them later in photoshop, but this class won't cover how to do that.
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in St Louis .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

    Join the St Louis Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
    Mark Abeln
    Mark S. Abeln studied physics at Caltech, but loved architecture. He took up photography to document buildings that were in danger of demolition, but his early photos were poor quality, and he falsely blamed his camera. He then realized that photography is an art, and a photographer needs to think like an artist, and so he spent years learning photography and studying the arts full-time. This work led to his photos being displayed in three art museums, several galleries, a number of books from Reedy Press, and numerous publications. He also does occasional commercial work for architects and interior designers. He lately has been studying the psychology of human vision and how unconscious factors lead to disappointing photography, applying these insights to his teaching.

    Photograph of Mr. Abeln courtesy of Slava Bowman.
    Jeremy Ryne Danielson
    J. Ryne Danielson is a photojournalist and documentary photographer based in St. Louis, Missouri. He has worked as a writer, photographer and copy editor and holds a master's degree in political science and a bachelor's in anthropology. He is a professional member of the National Press Photographer's Association, and his work has appeared in the MUSC Catalyst newspaper, Charleston Post and Courier, Hilton Head Island Packet, Moultrie News, St. Louis American, St. Louis Magazine, the 2020 St. Louis Visitor's Guide and on Yahoo News, MSN and
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