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Develop your photographic eye in order to pursue and capture various themes in nature. This 3-hour hands-on field trip is designed to teach you the basics on how to “see” your subjects, learn how to maximize your photographic tools, and discipline yourself in order to become a better nature photographer. We will cover topics such as seeing and finding good light, scouting your site and best angles, proper techniques in the field, do's and don'ts, tips and tricks, lens selection, filters, DSLR camera techniques, composition, and much more. With close interaction between you and your instructor, you will understand and learn nature photography, develop your skills and knowledge, create more successful images, and be able to take your photography to the next level.
NOTE: Bring a 35mm digital camera that has (A) or Av & (S) or Tv options. A 35mm DSLR would be ideal AND wide-angle and/or telephoto lenses.
Ronald Zincone is an award-winning photographer from south county, Rhode Island and a graduate of the New York Institute of Art & Design. Ronald has been pursuing photography, astronomy and extreme weather since the early 70's and has become southern New England's #1 traveling teacher of photography, astronomy and extreme weather!
DelCarte Conservation Area
459 Pleasant Street
Franklin, MA 02038
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Franklin Public Schools - Lifelong Learning Institute
Lifelong Community Learning
218 Oak Street, Franklin, MA 02038
Phone: (508) 613-1480