Upcoming EOH Activities & Events

 

Sunset/Full Moon Shoot - Tuesday, December 10.

Sunset is at 5:50pm. Moon rise is at 5:00pm. Tide will be close to 0 and falling. Location: Kuli’ou’ou Beach Park, 100 Bay St. Honolulu - Click HERE for location
https://www.yelp.com/map/kuliouou-beach-park-honolulu

2020 Botanical Gardens Workshops & Photoshoots

Flower & Macro Photowalk - Koko Crater Botanical Gardens
Saturday, February 22, 2020, meet at the entrance at 9:30 am

Join the Eyes of Hawaii Photography Club in a photowalk through the (Koko Crater or Hoomaluhia) Botanical Garden. Exchange ideas & photography tips with other attendees or get tips and help from members of the club

Flower & Macro Photowalk - Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens
Saturday, April 18, 2020, Meet at visitor center at 9:30 am

Join the Eyes of Hawaii Photography Club in a photowalk through the (Koko Crater or Hoomaluhia) Botanical Garden. Exchange ideas & photography tips with other attendees or get tips and help from members of the club

Flower & Macro Photowalk - Foster Botanical Garden
Saturday, at 9:30 am-Date TBD

Model, Portraits & Pets Photoshoot - Lili'oukalani Botanical Garden
Saturday, August 8, 2020, Meet in the garden at 9:30 am

Bring your models, pets, kids or anything else you want to photograph in a scenic waterfall location. Get tips and help from experienced model and portrait photographers. Learn lighting techniques and best photographic practices for photographing your models.

Food Photography Workshop - Wahiawa Botanical Garden
Saturday, November 14, 2020, 9:30am

Cooking demonstration by Luther Chong and Food Photography workshop for those interested. Participants should bring a dish to share as we will be eating the food that Luther cooks after the demonstration.

Although there is no fee, please bring a dish to share with other participants since we will be eating all of the dishes after photographing them.

Reservations Required. Phone: 768-7135


OTHER ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

Ray Tabata recommends seeing a couple of films at the Doris Duke Theater. “Manufactured Landscapes,” Really provocative and mind-bending work about the industrialization and urbanization in China that’s transforming the natural and human landscape. This was an earlier work from about 2006, The second film, “Anthrpocene,” is a 2019 release.

Manufactured Landscapes: https://honolulumuseum.org/events/films/18064-manufactured_landscapes

Anthropocene—the Human Epoch: https://honolulumuseum.org/events/films/18063-anthropocene_human_epoch

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