Last week, I attended BCAE’s Urban Landscape Photography class. It was a 3 hour class where we spent a few minutes in the classroom, walked around Copley Square where we got more instructions and feedback from our instructor, and then we headed back to the classroom to discuss what we learned and to give the instructor feedback about the class.
Copley Square is just a 5 minute walk, but we stopped every half block to take pictures. Here is the Berkeley Building (also known as the Old John Hancock Building) and the John Hancock Tower.
Walking toward Copley Square. You can see the Berkeley Building as a reflection on the John Hancock Tower.
The John Hancock Tower, another side. The then walked to the right corner (in the picture below).
Here’s a reflection of me walking toward the corner. You can see another photographer looking up the edge of the building.
Chris (our instructor) taking a picture on the ground, looking up the entire building.
Walking back to the classroom, we took the long way, stopping at several places to get more practice. Here is fence along a church near Copley Square.
What a fun night! It was great to be around other photographers and also be able to ask questions and then try things. I have signed up for 3 other sessions with another company called Remember Photo. Those will be in August and September.