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Last night there were more than 130 people at the Photowalking Utah “Holiday Light Clinic and Photowalk” – I’m pretty sure that’s a record for the Photowalking Utah group … wow! We started out at the library, where Rich Legg gave a wonderful presentation on photographing in low-light situations. Then we headed out (all 130 of us) on the TRAX train to photograph the beautiful Christmas lights of Temple Square, downtown Salt Lake City Utah.

This was my second time in Temple Square and my first time seeing it all decked-out with Christmas lights. It was really crowded, and I was so busy talking and meeting new people that I barely took any photos. ;) The display was absolutely beautiful, and I do plan on heading down there before the end of the year on my own to get some more shots.

To view more of the photos from the walk, please visit the Photowalking Utah Flickr group.

Last night there were more than 130 people at the Photowalking Utah “Holiday Light Clinic and Photowalk” – I’m pretty sure that’s a record for the Photowalking Utah group … wow! We started out at the library, where Rich Legg gave a wonderful presentation on photographing in low-light situations. Then we headed out (all 130 of us) on the TRAX train to photograph the beautiful Christmas lights of Temple Square, downtown Salt Lake City Utah.

This was my second time in Temple Square and my first time seeing it all decked-out with Christmas lights. It was really crowded, and I was so busy talking and meeting new people that I barely took any photos. ;) The display was absolutely beautiful, and I do plan on heading down there before the end of the year on my own to get some more shots.

To view more of the photos from the walk, please visit the Photowalking Utah Flickr group.

Nicole S. Young is a photographer, published author, and educator specializing in Lightroom, Photoshop, and photography. She is best known for her books on food photography but is widely versed in various photographic genres, including landscape, nature, stock, travel, and lifestyle.

2 Comments

  1. Jeremy Hall December 18, 2009 at 9:48 am - Reply

    Great as always seeing you on the photowalks. It was such a big group it was hard to visit with new & old friends.

    I had to laugh as I heard several people walking Temple Square commenting on the number of photographers & tripods they were seeing.

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