Learn how to capture October decor with your digital camera.
We’ll be wandering up and down the streets in Lambertville, NJ to photograph the sights of the season.
Bring your tripod and wide angle lens. Also bring a flashlight to help you maneuver and paint the town in lights.
Emphasis will be placed on White Balance, long exposure photography and light painting.
All ages welcome. No experience? don’t worry. You will learn on the spot! Date: Monday, Oct. 29, 2018
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm. Directions will be sent to you.
Kathy hosted a trip to Cairnwood Estate Bryn Athyn on Wednesday, June 27th. Students were instructed on how to use depth of field, exposure settings and tripods to capture great photos of the lights and the historic estate in a nighttime setting. The photos down below were taken by Kathy on an iPhone 7+.
Kathy went to Westpoint on Friday, June 22nd where she took candid photos of 8th grade students on their field trip and taught a cell phone photography class. Check out some of Kathy’s favorite shots from the trip down below.
Kathy photographed a group of 8th grade honor roll students on their trip to D.C. on Tuesday, June 19th. The group visited important and historical sites like the Capitol Building and the Lincoln Memorial. Check out some photos from the trip down below!
On Saturday, June 16th, students joined Kathy on a trip to Chanticleer Gardens in Wayne, PA. Students were instructed on how to take photos of the garden’s unique flowers, plants and architecture. See some of Kathy’s shots from the trip down below!
Students joined Kathy on a trip to see wolves up close and personal on Sunday, June 17. She instructed students on proper camera settings and how to use shutter speed to capture shots of the wolves in action. Check out some photos from the trip down below!
Students had a great time getting close to real wolves and capturing some amazing shots with their cameras
Who has the better smile?
A camera-ready wolf in its spacious habitat
Getting a little love from a wolf dog
A fast shutter speed was used to capture the movement of the animals
Smile for the camera!
Students learned all about wolves and their habitat with the help of a guide
Students had photo opportunities of a lifetime on this fun trip
Join Kathy for a wildlife experience at AARK. Learn to use portrait lenses for beautiful compression and wide angle lenses for fun expression. See animals up close and personal including rare birds, owls, fawn and more. $49.99 per person and $15 per car. Bring your family and stay until 4:00 pm.
Meet at 10:45 am at gate.
Date: Sunday, May 20, 2018 Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Location: Peace Valley Park, 230 Creek Rd, Doylestown, PA 18901