There is nevertheless time to sign-up for a arms-on four-hour workshop, Near-Up Images in the Back garden: Blooms, Bugs and Magnificence, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23, at the WVU Constructing and the Garden at the Point out Truthful Grounds.
The community is invited to discover a lot more about the art and tips of close-up pictures in the organic environment.
To register or get additional facts, electronic mail your contact information and facts to [email protected] or contact Mary Dameron at the Greenbrier County Extension Office environment at 304-647-7409 by Wednesday, July 20.
The registration charge is $25, payable at the class, and contains a complementary lunch.
Substantial faculty and faculty images fans are inspired to register and could be qualified for a minimal variety of scholarship registrations.
Individuals may well convey a DSLR, sensible cellphone, or compact digicam and find out techniques to get the finest shots to capture the natural beauty of the natural environment and are inspired to deliver a laptop computer or other system to obtain and share shots.
The workshop will be led by photographer and educator Danae Wolfe. As she describes the method: “With just a handful of very simple resources and some practice, shut-up pictures can be an obtainable and fun way to spotlight the tiniest particulars of your backyard.”
Through this workshop, individuals will master about reduced-cost close-up images setups and techniques such as reverse lens, extension tubes, and cellular macro ideas.
Just after breaking for lunch, the course will reconvene for an in-field session photographing blooms and bugs and an casual picture critique and discussion.
Wolfe is a author, photographer, and digital promoting specialist with 12 years’ working experience crafting persuasive narratives that hook up people with nature.
Greenbrier Valley Learn Gardeners is presenting this workshop in memory of Connie Manchester, a gifted photographer and faithful member.