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Radnor Lake Photography Workshop
Fri., September 1-Sat., September 2$95
The Art of Seeing – join Robin Conover for an interactive, hands-on photography class in conjunction with Radnor Lake and Tennessee State Parks. Robin will share the techniques and locations she has studied for more than 34 years of photographing the people and places of Tennessee with The Tennessee Magazine. She will also share her insights and knowledge of how she ‘sees’ images with class members as you walk the park, photographing the lake, birds and other wildlife. Class may include a tour of the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Center for a unique photograph opportunity with our captive birds of prey.
The class will be a mix of technical knowledge and artistic concepts that will help enhance your ability to see the natural world around you and capture your vision in a photograph.
Classes will begin with a two-hour evening lecture, followed the next morning by a sunrise, hands-on photography workshop. The hands-on session will be approximately 3-4 hours.
For an additional fee; Robin will critique five of your images photographed during the workshop.
Evening session 6-8 p.m.
(Evening attendance required to participate in the hands-on session unless absence is approved by instructor)
Morning session begins 30 minutes before sunrise and will conclude 3-4 hours later.
Topics we will cover include:
• Basic camera operation
• How to use basic composition techniques
• Finding the best light
• Basic nature photography techniques
• A nature photographer’s etiquette
• Participants must be 18 years old. (Younger exceptions may be with prior approval from instructor.)
• Digital camera or smartphone
• Tripod (if you have one)
• Bring an umbrella, poncho or rain jacket just in case of inclement weather
• Wear appropriate shoes for walking and hiking
• Bug spray and sunscreen as needed
$95 per person
$25 for additional critique
(Please note that 10% of your registration fee will be donated to support the parks)
Please sign up early:
Course is limited to 15 participants.