Your Guide to Autumn Aloft Weekend

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On September 14th and 15th, pictureline is a proud sponsor of the Autumn Aloft Hot Air Balloon Festival in Park City, Utah.

Pictureline is your all-access partner to getting the most out of this incredible event.

We have a FULL weekend of activities planned in conjunction with Autumn Aloft, Nikon and Mac Group, that you can be a part of. Check them all out now:

Friday, September 14th

On Friday the 14th, we are offering a VIP experience. This premium package includes early admission to the festival to photograph the balloons before all the crowds! Plus, you’ll receive breakfast provided by Einstein Bros., and loaner equipment such as additional cameras, lenses, and tripods provided by Nikon and Mac Group!

Purchase VIP Tickets HERE

Saturday, September 15th

On Saturday, we have four spots available for an exclusive VIP trip up in a balloon, to experience the festival from a whole new perspective.

Get the Exclusive VIP Treatment HERE

If you are not participating in our VIP experience, you are still welcome to join us on Saturday for a photo meetup, where loaner gear from Nikon and Mac Group will be available to borrow, and other photographers from the Pictureline community will be meeting up to shoot together.

Get all the info on our photo meetup HERE

Finally, to cap off a great weekend of photography, join us at 8 PM for the Candlestick on Main Street photowalk!

To end the festival on a high note, balloon baskets will line historic Park City main street, and light up the night with their burners, sending flames high into the sky. You can join Pictureline for a photowalk through the beautiful display. We’ll meet at 8 PM sharp on the NE corner of Heber & Main.

Info on the Candlestick photowalk can be found HERE

After a successful weekend, you can enter any photos you took during the festival to our Autumn Aloft photo contest! You’ll be eligible to win a Benro travel tripod, and a $50, $100 or $150 gift card to pictureline!

Info on the contest can be found HERE.

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