Thanks for your purchase!
You made a great investment!
It is going to be awesome!
Here are a few details regarding the workshop.
Meet at the entrance to the Waikiki zoo at 3:00pm. You should be able to zoom into the map for exact directions or feel free to contact me for more info. There is a parking lot next to the zoo and should have plenty of parking available. It may be metered at that time so please check the posted signs. Street parking is also available.
More information will be provided a few weeks prior to the event.
Do not forget your camera, fully charged batteries, memory cards with at least 8GB of memory, sunscreen, walking shoes, shorts, hat, etc.. Slipahs are okay but bring shoes just in case. We can store them in the van. A laptop with lightroom and photoshop installed is highly recommended for day two.
Here is the link to: Adobe Creative Clouds Lightroom & Photoshop for Photographers Program
Your purchased tickets include a $100 deposit. If you cancel 30 days prior to the tour date we will fully refund your ticket price which includes your deposit. If cancellation is requested within 30 days then we must keep the deposit. Owner has the right to cancel the tour. In case of rain or dangerous weather we will offer a rain check to apply for a future tour or offer a full refund.
Any questions please send me an email HERE
RECOMMENDED GEAR FOR THE OAHU 2-DAY WORKSHOP
Your camera. Can be any type of camera. I recommend a DSLR but a point and shoot is acceptable.
Your tripod. Can be any type of tripod suitable for the weight of your camera. This is a requirement for fireworks and sunrise/sunsets.
Memory cards. Bring at least 8GB of memory. RAW images take up more memory than JPG. Please clear your memory cards prior to the tour if possible.
Please let me know if you need a tripod.
Battery (plus extras). Charge your batteries the night before. Extra batteries are highly recommended.
Sunscreen, hat, and comfortable walking shoes. Flip flops are okay but its up to you. Bring your shoes (keep them in the van) and wear them if needed.
Extra photography gear: Polarizer, ND filter, tripod, camera bag, microfiber cloth to clean your lens, camera remote, flash, etc.. (all optional).