Intermediate Nature Photography Class and Exhibition

Saturday, April 9 at 12:00 pm (PT)

Join Vicky Stromee for a series of intermediate workshops on nature photography.  On the first Saturday we will meet in the Education Building at noon to discuss techniques and tips for nature photography including lighting, depth of field, shutter speed and lenses, shooting in RAW file format and the use of histograms.  Then we’ll head out to the grounds to take our best shots! We’ll wrap up the day with a discussion about post-production adjustments.  On the second and third Saturdays we’ll start with a critique of the previous Saturday’s pictures (bring in your five best images from the previous Saturday); we’ll project them on the large screen and conduct a structured critique of each other’s work.  Then we’ll head back out on the grounds for more shooting. On the last day we’ll discuss printing, framing and hanging options for a potential student exhibition.

Three consecutive Saturdays: April 9, 16, 23 from noon to 3 p.m.

Cost: $85, $70 members
Phone: 326-9686 x 19

Tucson Botanical Gardens
2150 N. Alvernon Way
Grant Road & Alvernon

What to bring:
Your digital camera and camera instruction book (if you have got it)
Extra digital media and batteries for your camera
Thumb drive (for your five best images in Week 2 and 3)
Your enthusiasm and questions

Students are responsible for their own printing and framing.
If students want us to print their photographs for exhibition, $25 per print

Instructor’s Biography: Vicky Stromee is an accomplished Tucson-based fine art photographer who is represented by Waxlander Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont and arts+interiors in New York City.   She has a particular interest in macro photography and is a frequent visitor to The Gardens for its wealth of photographic opportunities.  She has had two solo exhibitions at the Porter Hall Gallery.  Her work hangs in private and corporate collections throughout the United States.  You can view a sample of her work on her website: