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Nature Photography Class
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/09/2014
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Annett Nature Center, Indianola,

$8

www.warrenccb.org

Join professional naturalist and photographer, Matt Wetrich,for an evening of morphing your camera into a nature-grabbing beauty gizmo! Learn how to make ho-hum photos into pieces of art for your wall. Ever wonder why your photos never quite seem to live up to the ones you see on magazine covers? Learn how to narrow the gap between yours and theirs, considerably. (No, it’s not just because they might have a fancier camera than you!) We’ll take a look at what makes attractive compositions, lighting, subject matter, equipment, and so much more! Participants will leave with a whole new perspective when they look through their camera, as well as a neat little cheat-sheet card to stick in your camera bag. Program fee is $8, payable to FWCC. Please register by Monday, January 6. You may register by calling (515) 961-6169 or online at: www.warrenccb.org/events/nature-photography-2/.

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