Until now, I’ve been quite involved in researching, writing and shooting for two new classes which is why this old website hasn’t been updated for some time. Classes are now quite thin until April, so here I am back at the site.
Had a moment to walk around the old camera clubhouse yesterday and actually found/saw some crocuses that have popped up about 1/2 inch. Did I have a camera with me at the time? Of course not, so I found a snap in the collection that will work.
The Signs of Spring photo class at the Chicago Botanic Garden has enough students enrolled to run it, and there is room for several additional students. Why not join us for 4 Thursdays beginning April 21 — May 12, 9am to 12 noon. Call the garden to register or visit www.chicagobotanic.org/adulted and scroll down to photography. You’ll find the class listed there.
Also in April, there’s a 2-hour Macro Seminar on Zoom. Join us on Sunday, April 3 from 9-11 to learn what, why and how to get good closeup shots. There’s more to it than you might think, and this seminar will reduce your concerns while increasing the interest level of your pictures.