Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park - Landscape and Waterfall Photography Basics

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From: Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

9/24/2016

Contact Information:
(906) 885-5275
Address:
33303 Headquarters Rd.
Ontonagon, MI 49953-9087
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Landscape and Waterfall Photography Basics with Tim Feathers $20 Class Fee + $0 Materials Cost = $20 Total Fee Saturday, Sept. 24 from 12:30 to 3 p.m. ET at the Folk School; Union River Excursion from 3:30 to 5 p.m. ET This class is designed for those beginning in photography who would like to learn more about the available settings on their cameras. They will also learn some tips on how to improve the composition of their photos. Tim will go over how your camera works and how that knowledge can help you to improve and have more control over how your photographs turn out. Emphasis will be on landscape and waterfall photography. The Union River expedition is optional. Students need to bring their own cameras. The class will focus on digital SLR cameras but a point and shoot with various shooting modes will work. If students have a tripod for their camera, they should bring it. Students age 18 and older are welcome. Tim's website is: http://www.feathersphotography.com/. There are 10 spaces available and 4 students are needed to hold the class.
Classes are held at the Porcupine Mountains Folk School at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park (near Union Bay Campground). Class registration deadline is Sept. 17. Register online at www.porkies.org/folk-school, call 906-884-7663 or email friendsoftheporkies@yahoo.com.

To learn about or join Friends of the Porkies, visit www.porkies.org. For more information about the park or the event, call 906-885-5275 or visit www.michigan.gov/porkies.

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