During these difficult times, it's good to photograph around the campus of Wayne State University. First of all, there are few if any students. It's kind of eerie without students but you don't have to worry about someone getting in your way. There are so many photo opportunities on this beautiful campus. I'm sure most of you will be photographing the buildings. Here are some tips; look for unique angles, try and emphasize details as much as the "whole building", shoot different perspectives, try and revisit this campus, post-processing, and equipment. What equipment to bring? Camera with a fully charged battery, wide-angle or zoom wide-angle, short telephoto, polarizing filter, tripod, cable release, and neutral density filters (not mandatory but will help). If you have an infra-red camera, please bring it. Parking is readily available but I park in "Parking Lot 31". If you Google "Campus map of Wayne State" you will find "Parking Lot 31". We'll meet at the McGregor Conference Center at 9 am and I'll provide some instruction. NO RESTROOMS ARE OPEN.
Please contact, via email, the team leader to ask any questions about this event. Thank you!