Nature Photography 101, plus…

On Saturdays October 14 & November 4, 12-2 p.m., join Stan Malcolm, a prize-winning photographer from Marlborough, for two photography workshops offered in preparation for our 2018 Photo Contest.

In this series, Stan will present basic concepts photographers should have in mind as they strive to master nature photography – in the field and in editing software. Topics will include equipment, shooting conditions, composition, technical aspects, editing and an intro to advanced options. In addition, he will provide tips for photo contest entrants to improve their chances of success. Finally, he will present a virtual tour of the Air Line Trail and offer some of his own photos of the trail to allow participants to practice critiquing. As time and weather permit, the group will practice techniques in Earle Park, behind the Audubon Center. As a bonus, Stan will provide a how-to guide to making digital kaleidoscopes online.

Malcolm, one of the judges for our 2011 “Our Natural World” Photography Contest has won many prizes in previous years of the contest. An entomologist by training with a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology, he has been photographing the Air Line Trail in all seasons since Fall 2001.

Connecticut Audubon members $25 per session, non-members $35.  Please email, call 860-633-8402 or visit your center at 1361 Main Street, Glastonbury CT 06033 to reserve your seat.

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