Spring Flower Photography at Kingwood Center Gardens
August 30 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Learn how to photograph spring flowers, from individual backyard blooms to carpets of woodland wildflowers. Practice macro and landscape techniques around Kingwood Center Gardens with subjects ranging from formal flower beds to stands of native spring ephemerals. Sigma Pro Photographer David FitzSimmons will share his two-decades of flower photography techniques and talk about the best equipment and software for making your images shine. Learn how to use flower photos to inspire people of all ages to connect with nature. Includes lunch and over $500 worth of door prizes!
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David FitzSimmons is an award-winning free-lance photographer and writer. His books include three Curious Critters picture books, Curious Critters Birds, a new board book, and sixteen Curious Critters state-focused board books. David has taught for over twenty years, first as high school English teacher and then as a university professor. One of six Sigma Pro photographers in the United States, David presents seminars and workshops to a wide variety of audiences, from public school, college, and university classes to photography groups and civic organizations. An active leader in the Children & Nature movement, David regularly visits schools, teaching children about nature, writing, and photography.