Interested in wildflower photography using any camera available? If so, then this class may be helpful as you seek to improve the quality of your wildflower and flora photos.
Joan Reynolds from the Ozark Chapter of the Arkansas Native Plant Society will be leading the program off with a presentation and discussion on spending time in the field to learn more about native plants, including discussion of non-native plants and habitat restoration.
In the second part of the program, equipment and techniques will all be discussed to help you achieve the desired artistic vision for your photography. The class will feature nature photographer Tim Johnson from the Photographic Society of NWA as your instructor. After the indoor presentation, if the weather cooperates, we'll use the grounds and lovely wildflower beds around the Hobbs visitor center for some hands-on practice and demonstration. Remember to bring a camera, any type will do, and a tripod if you have one.
Event will begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Hobbs State Park visitor center: located on Highway 12 just east of the Highway 12/War Eagle Road intersection. The classroom seminar and discussion will be followed by the photo walk.
The event is free and open to the public.
To learn more about the Photographic Society of NW Arkansas, visit psnwa.org .For more information of Hobbs State Park programs, trials, picnicking or meeting room rentals visit friends hobbs.com or call (479) 789-5000.