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Time to Go See the Wolves Again!

Come out and enjoy photographing the wolves. We are excited to be able to go back since we have had overwhelming success the past two times that we have gone. If you have gone in the past and like the shots that you have gotten come back and see what the wolves look like in the spring. If you haven’t had the chance to come and see these beautiful animals now is your chance! If you have already seen them come on, get your friends to come and you can take photos of them and watch them get excited as they have a chance to pet the wolves too.  Here is the info that you can find on our site HERE.

 

Wolf Preserve


Come to NJ and go inside the pens and get close to the wolves. This location is a breed-specific animal shelter that rescues and places domestic bred wolves, wolfdog hybrids and northern breeds. This is a fun time to get close to a real wolf and time for you to get some great shots. Also includes having your photo taken with the wolves and instruction by Kathy Peoples. We will meet prior at a diner at 10:00 am to go over how to shoot, what modes to use and more. Directions will be sent when you sign up. Location is about an hour from Warminster, Pa.
Meet at Dunkin Donuts for a bite to eat and to discuss shooting the wolves at 9am
Dates: May 31st, 2014
Time: 10am-12pm

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Photo Experience at Cuttaloossa Farm

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Unique Photo Experience Sat. Oct. 19, 2013. Held at CUTTALOOSA Farm in New Hope, Pa (designed after Monet paintings). Workshop with Kathy Peoples. Get on the grounds, see the Artist Studio, shoot from angles you’ve never been able to before! Two sessions available. 9:00-11:00 (including feeding the animals…adorable babydoll sheep, roosters, etc.) and 11:00-1:00. $99.00/session. Add $50 for Image processing instruction and help from 5:00-7:00 at Katydid Photography Studio for a fun night, pizza included! Contact Kathy 215-672-5686. http://www.Katydidphoto.com

Have a fun filled Photo Christmas!

Have you wondered how to take great pics of your Christmas tree? There’s 2 ways to do it!  Photographing on a tripod with long exposures and a lower ISO is usually recommended for best results. However if you find yourself without a tripod wanting to take pictures at a friends house, brace yourself and turn on your Vibration Reduction or use a coffee table to  help stablize your image. Your next option is to use the highest ISO available with your VR on.

A fun project is to set your shutter speed to low settings such as 2-15 seconds, set your ISO at 100-400 and zoom the lens barrell during the exposure. Also moving the camera in circles and up and down motion can create some very unique patterns. Give it a Whirl!!!

If you’d like to try these techniques out on Christmas lights outside this time of year, we have a Holiday Light Workshop scheduled for Dec. 20th from 6:00-8:00 pm that you can sign up for and these techniques will be tried and explained for you. Another one after the holidays to Longwood Gardens is planned. Watch our calendar for the weather update time.