PHOTOGRAPHERS will zoom in on Hong Kong's colourful mix of East and West, old and new during the day and after sunset throughout a series of specially organised photo shoots. Participants will be able to try out new techniques and ideas under the guidance of members of the Hong Kong Institute of Professional Photographers (HKIPP). Evening shoots will take place on Saturday and there will be eight choices. The Hong Kong Panorama Night Shoot will begin at the Stubbs Road Lookout, and continue around Victoria Peak, with spectacular views of the city and the harbour from 4 pm to 8.30 pm. The Evening Ferry Tour shoot will be from 5 pm to 8.30 pm. It will include a ferry ride to Jordan ferry pier, and a walk along Nathan Road, which will allow photographers to shoot great night pictures of Victoria Harbour and the neon lights of Tsim Sha Tsui. The contrast between huge floating restaurants and traditional Chinese fishing vessels will be captured by photographers who join the Aberdeen Fishing Boats shoot around Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter at sunset. The shoot will start at 3.15 pm and last four and half hours. The Harbour Junk Ride at Sunset shoot will feature spectacular harbour views from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront and Hong Kong island at sunset. It will start at 3.30 pm and last four hours. A tram ride through Causeway Bay on the Evening Tram Tour will last three hours from 5 pm and will allow photographers the chance to capture Hong Kong's lights and bustling streets. The Open-Air Night Market shoot will take in Tung Choi Street in Mongkok and will focus on the colourful scenes of a local night market. It will last from 4.45 pm to 9 pm. The last evening trip will be the Lamma Island shoot, which will feature the Sok Kwu Wan waterfront and the island's Tin Hau Temple. Highlights will include seafood restaurants, a fishing village and island scenery. On Sunday, participants will have the chance to experience Hong Kong during the day on seven morning photo shoots. The first will be Victoria Park at Dawn. Highlights will include a Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club scene, and local residents performing tai chi. It will last around three hours, from 5.15 am. The Awakening City shoot will take place mainly in Western district, where photographers will be able to capture on film fruit markets, seafood shops and markets, as long as they are willing to get out of bed for a 4.30 am start. A jade market at Yau Ma Tei, and the area's Tin Hau temple will be the subjects of the Daytime Open-Air Market shoot, which will last about three hours from 8.45 am. The Cheung Chau Island shoot will cover the busy waterfront, ancient temples, and Tung Wan beach and offer participants the chance to capture on film the traditional fishing community and lifestyle of the island. Spectacular views of Victoria Harbour will be the focal point of the Harbour Junk Ride at Dawn shoot, which will start at 4.45 am. And for a completely different harbour view, delegates can join the World's Largest Container Terminal shoot, which will feature the immense cargo handling operations at Kwai Chung. Participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum 30 people being allowed on each trip. Photographers will then be entitled to enter the Photo Shoot Photography Contest. Each will be allowed to submit two prints.