Dramatic photos of wildlife seen in the garden are a joy to behold and an inspiration to all. Through lecture and onsite practice, professional photographer David Greaves presents insights on observing nature, the basics of using natural light to its best advantage, composing the shot, and other techniques for getting great images to share with family and friends. Students should bring a smartphone or other camera they are comfortable using to practice the techniques learned. If you have a tripod and are interested in learning how to better utilize it, bring it along. Please dress for the weather. (Class size is limited.)
Want to learn more? Check out our Q&A with instructor, David Greaves here.
This program takes place in-person (at Mt. Cuba Center) Saturday, March 19 (Rain Date: Saturday, March 26)
About the Instructor:
David Greaves is a biologist at the EPA, wildlife photographer, and founder of the Nature Under Your Nose (NUYN) brand. His love for nature and the outdoors was discovered while growing up in the Washington, D.C. area. He uses his photography and his NUYN brand to encourage people of all ages, colors, and backgrounds to explore and enjoy the nature they can find all around them.
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