On Thursday, June 4th join Wenatchee River Institute and local nature photographer Reed Carlson from Icicle Valley Photography for a multi-session workshop on capturing better photographs wherever you are. Reed Carlson has worked as a professional photographer in Washington State for over 35 years. He currently teaches Photography in a Visual Communications Curriculum at Wenatchee High School.
The first session of this workshop, Thursday June 4th, will be focused on meeting the instructor and other workshop participants in an informal online session.
Reed will provide you with a set of resources to assist your camera and editing skills and answer any questions you have. Reed will end this session by sending you off with a photography challenge! You will have the whole weekend to complete this challenge, immersing yourself in the natural world.
The class will come back together on Monday, June 8th, to see what you shot. Reed, and the other participants, will be able to see your work, providing constructive critique to build upon your skills. This event is perfect for the intermediate photographer who is looking for ways to further their skills. Not many materials are needed. Just a camera of some sort (cell phone, digital, etc.), familiarity with your camera device and computer for uploading your photos, access to internet and Zoom, and a curiosity to reach out and expand your visual skills through photography.
This event does require registration. For WRI members it costs $30 and for non-members it is $35. To register and get more information regarding the session click here
Nature photo: Reed Carlson