Low Light and Painting with Light at the Waterfront (27 January 2018)

A fun and creative evening playing with shutter speed and learning how to keep true colour in low-light at the Magnificent V&A Waterfront!

Through Peter Hassall’s long standing career as the Leading Architecture photographer in South Africa, we have permission to teach photography on this exquisite site as the sun sets and the night life begins. This is not an opportunity offered to many, so save the date and book your space!

On the Workshop you will learn the following:

  • How to photograph at high and low shutter speeds.

  • How to keep you colours ‘true’ at night.

  • How to compose and capture reflections.

  • The Art of Street Photography.


The V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. Meet at the ticket sales office at the bottom of the big wheel.

Date and time:

Saturday, 27 January 2018. 18h00 – 21h00.

Number of pax:

Min 6 people. Max 20 people. If this workshop is full, we will indicate here.


R650.00 per person.

Take off 10% if you have been on an Educational Photowalk with us before, or if you have participated in a 52-Week Challenge!

In order to secure your place, full payment needs be made with the booking.

Payment Policy:

In order to secure your place, please fill out the form under the “BOOKINGS & ENQUIRIES” button at the top of the page.

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If you would prefer to pay via EFT, our banking details will be emailed to you once you have filled out the form.

What to Bring :

Your camera with a lens that has a focal lengths of up to 100mm. A tripod is essential. (You can rent a tripod on the day from thephotowalkers.com for a fee of R100.00. Pre booking essential.) Please don’t bring heavy bags to carry around as we go to various sites.


Permissions to photograph at the Waterfront.

Professional instruction by Accredited South African Professional Photographers -Peter Hassall and Leanne Dryburgh.


Camera gear and accessories, refreshments, and cash related expenses such as entrance fee, parking and gratuity.

What to Wear :

Comfortable clothing and walking shoes are recommended. Wind breakers come in handy if the weather looks cool. 

Fitness :

A certain level of fitness is required to enable you to transport your own camera and tripod. Reasonably short to medium distances are covered while photowalking – but we will be walking up some stairs.


Photographers of all skills level are welcome. Come Join Us!

Cancellation Policy: 

Cancellations up to 1 week of the workshop: 50% refund will be issued.

Cancellations from 1 week to the start of the workshop: No refund will be issued.

In the event that thephotowalkers.com has to cancel the tour for any reason what-so-ever, a full refund will be issued immediately.


By booking this Photo-Tour you agree to be bound by thephotowalkers.com indemnity terms and conditions. thephotowalkers.com, it’s staff, employees, suppliers and partners will not be held responsible for loss, injury, death or damage including consequential loss of any nature what-so-ever. By booking this tour you understand and accept this. thephotowalkers.com will do their best to avoid any circumstances that may lead to the above.

Intellectual Property and Confidentiality:

By booking this tour you understand, accept and agree that any information given as well as any service providers, locations, workshops, partners, techniques or any part of the tour what-so-ever is the Intellectual Property of The Photowalkers (t/a thephotowalkers.com.)