by John Slonina-MA
Sponsored in Part by Hunt's Photo & Video
Monday, November 4, 7:30 PM
Alaska is the Superbowl of photography and it is on the top of most photographerâ€™s bucket lists. Unfortunately, itâ€™s not the easiest place to get to. The extreme weather, logistics and natural hazards makes planning a trip there a very precise process.
This is an educational program which includes tips on photo technique, dealing with bad weather, cold weather, glaciers, bears, wildlife and tips to see and photograph the aurora which will work worldwide. The presentation also shows you how to get to the most stunning spots in the state takes which takes lot of planning. We will discuss the different seasons and the best way to see Alaska by boat, plane, and car. Our speaker, John photographs Alaska multiple times per year through his workshops. This program celebrates Alaska and its incredible wildlife and landscapes.
John Slonina is a professional nature photographer with a passion for wildlife, wild places and teaching who has been photographing nature for over 30 years. Johnâ€™s subjects include landscape, wildlife, macro, and night photography. Johnâ€™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. Johnâ€™s goal is to make everything a fun learning experience.
John gave us a great teaching presentation last year so we asked him to join us again this year with his new program. To get more information on Johnâ€™s tours and workshops please visit his website at www.sphotography.com
Greater Lynn would like to thank Hunt's for their sponsorship of this presentation.