Yes,it’s been some time since I added anything to the site, but as you know, sometimes life isn’t digital. To bring you up to date, the Beginning Digital class (aka Intro) starts this Saturday (9.30) with more students enrolled than we’ve had in years. I’ve been busy making folders and copying my future classes list to distribute (we don’t pass out unless we’ve actually passed out) during our first meeting. Will be great fun, and with 12 people, just think of the BROWNIEFEST we will have.
Speaking of the ‘fest, there’s one happening tomorrow (9.27) for the final meeting of the State Parks class. We’ve discovered many interesting photo ops in our exploration of Illinois Beach and Moraine Hills State Parks. Last week we also drove to the McHenry Dam where the moving water was perfect for shutter speed/ND filter practice. Some students even discovered the need for a new tripod.
There’s room in the Photographing Trees in Autumn Color class which starts October 6 for 4 Fridays. All of these classes are at the CBG. Why not take a few “personal days” and join us.
The new Autumn Macro class is really close to max cap for enrollment. Yes, it meets on 3 Wednesdays (starts October 11) but the fun factor will be off-the-chart. Only a few spots open.
All classes are at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Visit www.chicagobotanic.org/adulted. Then scroll down to the photography section. Hope to see you soon in a class or two.
Think dry thoughts. Jack