5 Saturdays, September 28 – October 26, 2019, 9 a.m. – noon
Different types of trees require different photographic techniques to represent their beauty. For evergreens, the emphasis is on texture and pattern; for deciduous trees, capturing branches and the changing color of leaves as individual subjects in close-ups is the focus. Digital SLR cameras with a medium to wide-angle lens and macro or close-focusing lens are required. Students should have a working knowledge of their camera settings and controls.
FPC fundamental course, nature and landscape track
Jack Carlson, certified professional photographer
Plant Science Lab, Regenstein Center