This one-day workshop will provide instruction on composition, metering and exposure techniques to assist the student to best photograph nature’s most colorful change of season. Bring your camera, your tripod, close-up equipment (extension tubes or bellows) and macro lens to photograph the wonderful world of the miniature. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of time to photograph the large trees turning color all afternoon or the waterfowl swimming nearby! Students are expected to meet at 10:00am in the Kensington Nature Center parking lot. Bring a bag lunch. After lunch, we will hike some of the nature trails that radiate from the Nature Center. Students will need: camera, tripod, close-up equipment (extension tubes or bellows) and macro lens to photograph the wonderful world of the miniature, and also both a wide angle and telphote zoom lens, cable release and polarizing filter. Also bring knee pads or garbage bags to lie on. Class goes rain or shine. Non-shooting spouse just along for the walk may attend at no additional charge. No small children.