"Dynamics of Nature Photography"
by John Slonina-MA
Monday, April 3, 7:30 PM
This presentation has practical tips that can be immediately deployed to increase your chances of capturing that 'shot of a lifetime'. John will explore what makes a compelling and emotionally engaging photograph while entertaining you and illustrating his points with humor and stories from the field. Whether you are a beginner or a professional photographer, you will leave this presentation excited to try new strategies and tips that will create more dramatic images. This program has several tips that will take your photography to the next level.
Our speaker is a professional nature photographer who has been photographing nature for over 30 years. His initial passion for wildlife, wild places and teaching led him down the path to photography. His favorite photo subjects include landscape, wildlife, macro, and night photography. John’s work has been published in calendars, books, and magazines and has also been displayed in several galleries. His teaching style and humor make him a popular speaker, and he has presented for numerous camera clubs, nature groups, and photo conferences throughout the USA
Through his photo tour company Slonina Photography he leads instructional tours and photo workshops across North America to national parks and areas such as Yellowstone, Katmai, Mt Rainier, Great Smoky Mountains, Kenai Fjords, Everglades, Big Cypress Preserve, Alaska, and Acadia. John’s goal is to make everything a fun learning experience.
He welcomes your questions and invites you to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org More information about his tours and workshops can be found on his website at www.sphotography.com