Date(s) - 03/17/2018
Hobbs State Park visitor Center
Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas to Present Free Program on Nature Photography for the Beginner at Hobbs State Park
If you are just beginning to shoot photos of Nature and want some great tips, you will want to attend the upcoming lecture and photoshoot to be held at Hobbs State Park. The program is not for the professional…beginners only please. Don’t be bashful, or self-conscience because you don’t have a 3-foot long lens on your camera. You don’t need it. That’s not what this program is about. It truly is for novices, greenhorns, and rookies.
Also note the time of year of this presentation. We don’t have a lot of wildflowers and other plants with lush foliage to photograph in March. Here’s the point. No matter what time of year it is, there is ALWAYS something wonderful to photograph. That’s what you will learn from Cleeo Wright, Nature Photographer, with the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas (PSNWA).
Cleeo will present a lecture in the Hobbs State Park visitor center on Beginning Nature Photography. Afterwards he will help all participants identify photographic “subjects” around the visitor center, and how best to photograph them with the camera that you bring. This will be your program. You ask the specific questions so you will get the specific knowledge that you are seeking as a Nature Photography learner. Don’t pass up this extraordinary opportunity to learn basic Nature Photography from a professional in that field.
Note: Participants need to be familiar with the basic functions and operations of their camera. The lecture will help you understand how to utilize the functions your camera has to offer.
Where: Hobbs State Park visitor center located on Hwy 12 just east of
the Hwy. 12/War Eagle Road intersection.
When: Saturday March 17
Time: 4:00 pm lecture: Outside photoshoot follows the lecture.
Cost: Free: The public is invited.
For more information, call: 479-789-5000
This program is a cooperative effort between the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas and Hobbs State Park. To learn more about the PSNWA and upcoming Hobbs State Park programs, go to: https://www.psnwa.org/ws/ and http://www.friendsofhobbs.com/ and www.ArkansasStateParks.com/hobbsstateparkconservationarea