wildlife-photography

Picture Perfect - A Workshop On How To Photograph Nature

Released October 25, 2016 10:49 AM

Alpharetta’s Wild Side is offering city residents an opportunity to improve their nature photography skills.  On November 12, 2016 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm residents can attend a nature photography workshop free of charge.  It will be held at City Hall, 2 Park Plaza, in the multipurpose room.

This fun and informative workshop will feature nature photographer Terry Guthrie. He has taught photography for more than twenty years and has many years of experience photographing nature.  At this workshop, Mr. Guthrie will share tips and tricks on how to get that prized photo.  Birds, butterflies and a wide variety of native and migratory wildlife can be found here in Alpharetta along with many varieties of plants.  Discover Alpharetta's Wild Side through the lens of your camera!

This class focuses on photographing living creatures and plants.  No prior photography experience is required and all ages are welcome. Topics will include staging photographs, attracting wildlife for photographs, close-up photography and camera settings.   

To register, search “Alpharetta’s Wild Side” on www.eventbrite.com.  For more information, contact Terry Porter at tporter@alpharetta.ga.us or call 678-297-6200.  

To learn more about Alpharetta’s Wild Side, a wildlife habitat program of the Alpharetta Natural Resources Commission, visit www.alphatetta.ga.us/wildside.