I’ll be teaching three digital photography classes this summer. Each will be limited to 12-15 students and are targeted to amateur photographers who want to learn to take better photos with their pocket cameras.
May 23 I’m leading an all-day field wildflower photography workshop as part of the Washington Native Plant Society Study Weekend at Camp Waskowitz near North Bend. Register through WNPS. You must be a member.
June 26 will be an all-day workshop for Whatcom Horticultural Society members in a Bellingham-area garden. Register through WHS after details become available. You must be a member.
July 19-21 I’m teaching pocket camera wildflower photography at North Cascades Institute. This is a combination lecture, field, and critique class. Register through NCI. Open to all.
I’m working on putting together a class on a whale-watching cruise through the San Juans. Stay tuned for details. Contact me if you’d like to have me teach a class for your group or an individual lesson.
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