Photo Walk: Fair Park

Join us for a fun, photo-focused tour through Fair Park and capture the energy of this year's Texas State Fair!
Upcoming Photo Walks
Tue
Oct 11
Price: $35

Members get up to 20% off

Photo walk on October 11, 5pm-7pm | ONLINE image review on October 13, 6:30pm-8pm

For over a century, Fair Park has been an architectural gem and an important part of Dallas, and Texas, history. October’s photo walk will provide an informed look at some of the striking buildings and details that give Fair Park its unique flair while also capturing the hustle and bustle of the annual Texas State Fair!

Grab your camera and take part in DCP’s monthly photo walk! We invite you to hang out with fellow photographers, and trade tips, tricks, and tales as you photograph your way around the DFW metroplex’s most unique locations. All ages, skill levels, and camera types are welcome to participate.

This two hour, in-person walk will blend both instructor lead touring and independent exploration of the historic Fair Park. Our DCP instructor will be there to answer questions, offer suggestions, and give feedback on photos. A few days after the photo walk our instructor will host an online photo review, providing supportive group feedback and insight into your own and others’ photography.

Cost of entry and parking is not included in the workshop fee. You can often find discounted admission here: http://bigtex.com/discounts/. Help us support a fellow nonprofit in Dallas!

  • Cost per person is $35.
  • Advance registration and payment is required.
  • Maximum number of students is 20.
  • For the photo walk, you will meet up with the instructor at a specified location in Fair Park. Details will be shared via email prior to the event date
  • The photo walk will be followed by an ONLINE review a few days later.

**Cost of entry and parking is not included in the workshop fee. You can often find discounted admission here: http://bigtex.com/discounts/. Help us support a fellow nonprofit in Dallas!**

**Selfie sticks, tripods, monopods, and similar items are NOT allowed**

WHAT YOU’LL NEED FOR ON-LOCATION SHOOTING:

  • A DSLR, mirrorless, compact camera or smartphone. Any camera will do!
  • Basic knowledge of your camera. If you use a DSLR or mirrorless, our Beginner Digital Photography series (or similar) is a recommended prerequisite.
  • A charged battery and room on your memory card
  • Weather appropriate shoes and attire. An umbrella if needed.

Q: Do I need to wear a mask for the in-person class and on-location photo walk?
A: Masks are recommended but not required when at DCP. Please see our updated COVID policy.

Q: What do I need for the photo walk?

  • Any camera will do.
  • A charged battery and room on your memory card.
  • The right shoes and clothes for the weather. An umbrella if needed.

Q: Are there previous requirements for this photo walk?
A: This class series is for all levels of photographers looking for new ways to compose and create unique images.

Q: How will I know if a class makes or not?
A: If a class doesn’t make and has to be canceled, you will receive an email no later than 2 days before the scheduled class date.

Q: What if I have to cancel?
A: If you cancel 7 days or more ahead of the scheduled date of the class, you will receive a full refund minus a $25 administrative fee. A cancellation between 5 to 7 days ahead of the scheduled date will receive a 50% refund minus a $25 administrative fee. There is no refund or transfer credit for cancellations within 4 days of start time of the class or workshop. Full details on cancellations are on our Policies
page.

Q: Where is the in-person class and photo walk held?
A: The photo walk will be at Fair Park Dallas. The instructor will provide more details about meeting place and time in an informational email sent out a few days before the class.

Richard Klein

Richard is committed to passing on the craft and joy of image making by teaching classes and workshops at the Dallas Center for Photography, University of Texas at Arlington, the University of North Texas, Texas Woman’s University and as a contributor to lynda.com.

“Learning is a process and I see myself as a lifelong learner continually taking on new subjects, being in a state of Beginners Mind. My commitment as an educator is to share complicated material in a way that is easily understood by the student regardless of their experience level.”

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