Every day at the Chicago Botanic Garden is potentially a fine time with your camera, but in my opinion, autumn tops them all, so why not join us on 4 Friday mornings as we check out the colors and textures. We’ll explore the deciduous conifers, and deciduous trees of all types and sizes. Filters are you friend for colors, so they will certainly be a topic and we’ll practice using them to saturate both the sky and the colors. One class will find us in the woods to capture images of the season both on the ground and above it. This class hasn’t been offered for 3 years so thanks for your patience, but now it’s time to grab your camera and join us.
Photographing Trees in Autumn Color, September 30 – October 21 (4 Fridays) 9 – 12 noon. To register, visit www.chicagobotanic.org/adulted