Shooting From Mt. Lycabettus
We are sure you already know the hill of Lycabettus (a.k.a. “Mount Lycabettus”) dominating the Athenian cityscape. Mt. Lycabettus, with a Byzantine chapel on top, is a vantage point for photographers. A panoramic view of the city of Athens and, almost, all its suburbs, affords a stunning view.
In July’s event, we will be taking photos from Mt. Lycabettus. We chose the time to be near sunset. This time of day is also called “The Golden Hour for Photography” because of the warm colors of the sun rays. We can also shoot night- or, even better, dusk shots with daylight mixed with artificial lights, which makes for more attractive cityscape photos. The sun will set at 20:50, so, we hope that the time we chose will favor our plans.
This event will include two groups: "Athens Socializing and Photographing Group" and "Athens Enthusiast Photographers’ Group".
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