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Seminar: Darel Hess on Wildflower Photography
February 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
A person does not have to be an expert photographer to take good photographs of plants. Obviously the more one knows about the equipment and what makes a good photo, the higher the percentage of the pictures taken will turn out good.
Two main points of view to be discussed are: (1) photographing for personal/shared enjoyment and (2) documentation of species characteristics. This presentation will cover some of the basics of equipment and its use and limitations, followed by a discussion of some things to avoid in composing the image to be recorded.
Darel Hess has been interested in nature photography as a hobby for about 60 years. His involvement increased to a much higher level in about 1990 when he also became interested in learning more about plant photography and identification. His current primary equipment consists of a digital SLR camera (Nikon D750), macro lens (Nikon Micro Nikkor 105mm), and a stable tripod.
Darel is also an active member and former treasurer of TNPS.
The Tennessee Native Plant Society is hosting monthly Native Plant Seminars. These seminars are held via Zoom on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Central Time (7:30 p.m. Eastern Time) and lasting about one hour. All members, and potential members, are welcome to join the meeting at no cost. The link to join this seminar is:https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89214199381?pwd=dFFLSFBkak5PeVIyUm1qa0lVWCtOQT09