Krista Purcell of Lewis Creek Park sent me information on a free nature photography class, which I am forwarding to you.
I hope to see you at our next Cascadia Photography Group meeting on Wednesday June 24. We will show and discuss photos from our assignment "Stairs". We'll also have a HDR demo by Jim Quinan.
What Krista Purcell wrote: ---------------------------------------------------------------- Hi Bob,
My name is Krista Purcell and I work at Lewis Creek Park in Bellevue. We are having a Free Nature Photography program on July 18 from 1-2:30pm at the park and wanted to invite your group. It is being led by Bellevue Community College Professor Eric Tomberlin and focuses on digital cameras. I see that you organize this group and thought it would be a fun opportunity for your group to take some photos. Our address is:
5808 Lakemont Blvd and my phone number is[masked] if you have questions or need more information.
Here is more info on the program:
Nature Photography 1-2:30pm, at Lewis Creek Visitor Center, 5808 Lakemont Blvd. SE Have a digital camera and like to take pictures? Join Bellevue Community College professor and professional photographer Eric Tomberlin as he introduces you to the world of nature photography. This introductory course will help you learn just how to work your camera to get the most out of taking pictures of nature. All participants must bring their own digital camera. Program Cost: FREE Ages 10 and up. Preregistration is required. To register, call[masked] or visit www. myparksandrecreation.com. Date: Saturday July 18
NOTICE: CASCADIA MEETUP GROUP MEMBERSHIP IS CLOSED AT THIS TIME
(The group is currently at capacity and regrettably new membership requests are closed at the present time.)
This is a group of amateur photographers who want to share their knowledge and improve their shooting, post-processing, and printing skills. Our activities include photo critiques, self-imposed shooting assignments, and member presentations or demonstrations on photographic topics. Topics might include things like:
Is RAW better than jpeg? What does the histogram tell me? Why shoot to the right? Where can I get good (bird, cityscape, waterfall) shots?