Saturday, August 15, 9:00–11:30 a.m.
$75 Member / $100 Nonnmember
Instructor: Kathy Adams Clark
Join Kathy Adams Clark to improve your nature photography skills!
Backyard and public gardens are in full bloom year-round in the Houston area and beckon us to get out and photograph! Grand images of whole gardens or macro images of a single water drop on a bloom can be captured with a few simple techniques. This course is designed for students with digital SLR cameras who know the basics of camera operation. We will cover lenses, composition, getting close and metering basics. Class will consist of 90 minutes inside and 60 minutes outside photographing.
Instructor bio: Kathy Adams Clark has been a professional nature photographer since 1995. Her photos have been published in numerous magazines, books and calendars including AAA Journey, Nature’s Best, New York Times, Birder’s World, TPWD Texas Highways, Arbor Foundation Rainforest Calendar and the Sierra Engagement Calendar. Her photos appear every week in the “Nature” column in the Houston Chronicle. Kathy and her husband Gary Clark have published six books that combine their photography and writing skills. Kathy is a past-president of the North American Nature Photography Association, teaches photography and speaks at local and national events. She leads photo workshops to Costa Rica, Ecuador, Africa, Italy, Peru and Morocco through Strabo Tours.