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Picturing Nature: A Practical Guide to Nature Photography

Location

Albany Pine Bush Preserve Discovery Center
195 New Karner Rd, Suite 1
Albany, NY 12205

County: Albany
Region: Upper Hudson

Date(s)

  • September 8, 2019, 1:00PM

Details

Event Type Walk/Hike Description There is incredible beauty in nature, from magnificent birds, flowers and landscapes to the tiniest insects. Join us for this workshop led by Denise Hackert-Stoner of Naturelogues. Suitable for all levels of photographers with a variety of equipment, this program covers the basic elements of nature photography including light, composition, and focus. We will discuss how these elements apply to close-ups, landscapes, and wildlife photography. Also included will be a discussion of simple editing, and where to photograph nature in upstate NY. There will be a two-hour workshop session followed by a one-hour hike around the Pine Bush so that we can practice our skills. If you have a camera, from a cellphone camera to a digital SLR, we encourage you to bring it! Sponsoring Organization Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission

Contact Information

info@albanypinebush.org
5184560655
https://www.facebook.com/AlbanyPineBush/

Registration

Advance registration required.
Reservations required for all attendees (regardless of age). Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Make reservations by calling 518-456-0655 or visit www.AlbanyPineBush.org/events.
$10 per person

Additional Information

The trail passes over sand dunes with occasional tree roots.
Additional Equipment Required: If you have a camera, from a cellphone camera to a digital SLR, we encourage you to bring it!

Event Duration (hours): 3
Difficulty: Moderate
Not suitable for children under age 10.
Length (miles): 0.9
Path: Returns to start
Boots Needed: No

Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? No
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