Nature photography workshop helps hone skills

by • September 15, 2015 • UncategorizedComments (0)174

If you’ve always wanted to get more out of your camera but just don’t have the patience to read the entire manual, here’s an opportunity. Learn more about your digital camera and outdoor photography in as all-day intensive workshop set for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Eagle River Nature Center.

From Colintyler.com website An image Colin Tyler captured recently: a young brown bear learning to catch salmon. Tyler is the instructor for the photography workshop, hosted at the Eagle River Nature Center.

From Colintyler.com website
An image Colin Tyler Bogucki captured recently: a young brown bear learning to catch salmon. He is the instructor for a photography workshop, being hosted at the Eagle River Nature Center on Sept. 19.

The class is led by the Nature Center’s artist-in-residence, Colin Tyler Bogucki, (colintyler.com), who has been photographing for publications for nearly 20 years. Attendees must provide their own camera gear (digital SLR only) and be prepared to hike five miles throughout the day. Cost is $95, and the class is limited to the first 10 people who register at 694-2108.

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