Introduction to Nature Photography at Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas by Sharon K. Schafer
Take your mind and your camera off auto and learn how to better capture nature with your camera. If you have always wanted to take better photographs of wildlife and were unsure how to achieve it, this beginner-friendly half-day workshop will help you capture the wildlife and nature images you have always wanted.
Learn the rules of composition and when to apply them. Learn the basics of your camera controls and how to use them effectively to achieve your best exposure.
This workshop is a blend of classroom instruction at the Nevada State Museum, and field experience in the wild areas of the Springs Preserve trail system.
Because of size restraints, attendees must RSVP in advance by emailing Crystal Van Dee at email@example.com or calling at 702-822-8751
March 5, 2016
8 am to 12 pm
Participants must be at least 10 years old.
1. Digital Camera & camera manual
2. Memory Card
3. Ability to walk 1-2 mile on even ground
4. Make sure your camera batteries are charged.
limited to 20 participants.
This program is free with regular paid admission.
Schafer is a wildlife artist/photographer dedicated to the creation of images that foster an understanding and appreciation of the beauty and diversity of wildlands and wildlife around the world.Visit www.SkydanceStudio.com for more information.
This project is funded, in part, by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.