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Photo Walk sponsored by CVNP - Bring Your Camera


June 21 Photo Walk (Not a Hike & no dogs please)

The Cuyahoga Valley Photographic Society is pleased to present a Photo Walk led by CVPS member Jerry Jelinek. Open to all CVPS members and their guests (you will by my guest), the Photo Walk is a field session that provides informal instruction, shooting tips, demos, and knowledge sharing among your fellow photo enthusiasts–free of charge. A follow-up session is scheduled for participants to show their work and, optionally, have it critiqued. Visit the gallery section ( of our web site to see images from past Photo Walks.

Photo Walk Details

When: 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 21, 2014

Google Maps Link: June 21 CVPS Photo Walk Location (,-81.554475&spn=0.008025,0.012327)

Where: The wetland restoration area located 1/4 mile south of Boston Store in The Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We will meet at the parking lot immediately behind the Boston Store, which is just across the River from (east of) the intersection of Boston Mills Road and Riverview Road, and walk from there. Overflow parking is available east of the Boston Store.

Post Photo Walk Gathering: Please plan to join us after the photo walk at a local eatery for friendship, conversation and food.

What: Summer wild flowers, small intimate wild flower landscapes and insects around the wetland restoration area.

Gear: A general scenic [masked]mm lens) and your close-up gear should be fine. Tripod and cable release are a necessity for macro work. Bring a small reflector and diffuser to control what light we will get.

What to wear: Dress comfortably in synthetic clothing. Long pants and long sleeve shirt/light jacket are necessary. You may get wet and muddy from being low on the ground. Waterproof footwear is recommended. Bring an extra pair of shoes and socks in case your feet get wet.

Insect repellent is recommended. The mosquitos are out and anxious to meet you. .

Directions: The Google Maps link above shows the location.

Please be PROMPT - On a clear day, most of the area gets very bright and blown out by 8 a.m.

See you Saturday!