Georgetown Steam Plant Photo Walk, Seattle City Light's Georgetown Steam Plant, Sunday, 21. July 2019

Whether you like edgy urban photography, macro, black & white, intimate scenes, architecture or just cool old stuff, you are going to want to join us at the Georgetown Steam Plant. We have reserved the whole place for a small group of photographers to have 3 hours of photography bliss.   
Built in 1906 for the Seattle Electric Company, the plant provided both AC and DC currents for the streetcar and Georgetown proper power needs at the turn of the century. The plant has been remarkably well-preserved, with it's brass-plated temperature gauges, small steering wheels, turbines, ladders and pipes, the photographic possibilities are endless.
Panasonic will be joining us with cameras and lenses to loan. If you have a Lumix camera, try out different lenses. Or come with just an SD card and borrow a camera and lenses. We will have a Panasonic rep onsite to answer questions or set up a loaner camera.
Registration includes admittance fee.
*Please bring a signed Seattle City Light release form with you. See below for download.
WHAT TO BRING:

Signed release form from Seattle City Light  Download HERE
Your camera and lenses. Wide angle, macro, zoom
SD Card
Tripod if you have one. It is relatively dark and it may come in handy

WHERE TO MEET:
Plan to meet in the parking lot at 9:45 a.m. so we can all go in as a group. 


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Georgetown Steam Plant Photo Walk

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