There is nonetheless time to register for a palms-on four-hour workshop, Shut-Up Images in the Back garden: Blooms, Bugs and Natural beauty, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23, at the WVU Setting up and the Backyard at the Condition Fair Grounds.
The community is invited to discover additional about the art and tricks of near-up photography in the all-natural planet.
To register or get a lot more information, e mail your contact information and facts to [email protected] or simply call Mary Dameron at the Greenbrier County Extension Office at 304-647-7409 by Wednesday, July 20.
The registration payment is $25, payable at the course, and involves a complementary lunch.
Superior school and college images lovers are inspired to sign-up and may well be eligible for a constrained quantity of scholarship registrations.
Contributors may well carry a DSLR, clever cell phone, or compact digicam and master techniques to get the best pictures to capture the elegance of the normal globe and are inspired to convey a notebook or other gadget to obtain and share pictures.
The workshop will be led by photographer and educator Danae Wolfe. As she describes the application: “With just a couple easy instruments and some exercise, close-up photography can be an available and exciting way to highlight the tiniest specifics of your garden.”
In the course of this workshop, participants will learn about reduced-price tag shut-up photography setups and methods such as reverse lens, extension tubes, and cellular macro ideas.
After breaking for lunch, the class will reconvene for an in-industry session photographing blooms and bugs and an informal photograph critique and discussion.
Wolfe is a writer, photographer, and electronic advertising and marketing specialist with 12 years’ working experience crafting compelling narratives that connect folks with mother nature.
Greenbrier Valley Learn Gardeners is featuring this workshop in memory of Connie Manchester, a gifted photographer and loyal member.