Nature Photography Class - with local photojournalist David Montesino
David’s beautiful photos of Key Peninsula life and scenery have been shared on social media and published regionally. David will again offer a spring session of Nature Photography Class, a three-day, hands-on photography workshop for aspiring nature shutterbugs! Learn how he explores an area visually, finds the perfect lighting, configures the camera settings, forms an engaging composition, and captures that perfect moment in nature! This class works best for those who can bring a digital SLR camera to class.
The upcoming sessions will be Sunday mornings, April 2, 9 and 23. The April 2 session will be at 8 am in the concession stand at Volunteer Park, 5514 Key Peninsula Highway N., Lakebay, WA 98349. The second two class sessions may be earlier (7 am) at locations TBA.
Space is limited ... your spot is reserved when you have filled in the form and payment has been received by Ken Pen Parks.
**REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS NOW CLOSED**
Did you take Nature Photography in 2016 and are interested in taking an advanced class? If so, send a quick email to email@example.com and let her know!
How to pay for the class
Once you submit your registration form, you will be directed to the secure online payment portal, where you can use a credit card for payment. Cost is $59 per person. A 3% credit card processing fee is added to all online transactions. if you do not want to pay with a credit card, read below for other payment options.
Don't want to pay with a credit card?
You may stop by our office during park hours (8 am to 4 pm) and make a payment with cash or personal check. There is also a drop box next to the front door. Our office location is in Volunteer Park, 5514 Key Peninsula Highway N., Lakebay, WA 98349.
Or ... feel free to mail a check to Key Pen Parks, PO Box 70, Lakebay, WA 98349.
What is a DSLR camera?
DSLR is the shortened term for "digital SLR" or "digital single lens reflex" camera. In a reflex design camera, light travels through the lens, then to a mirror that alternates to send the image to either the viewfinder or the image sensor. One of the other key features of a DSLR camera is the ability to change lenses.
The camera below with its lens removed shows the mirror that makes this a SLR. A digital SLR means images are captured on a memory card, not on traditional film.
Brand new DSLR camera packages (with lenses and all accessories) typically run from $400 on up; however, there are many good refurbished DSLRs available on the Internet for a much more affordable price.