Photographers to discuss techniques, trade secrets at Island Beach State Park seminars

     A fox resting in Island Beach State Park. (Photo: Michael Pierson/MP Pics Photography)

    A fox resting in Island Beach State Park. (Photo: Michael Pierson/MP Pics Photography)

    Want to learn how to capture those stunning shots that you see on Facebook?

    Each Wednesday through August 20 in Island Beach State Park, seven photographers will discuss their work, focusing on trade secrets, ethical photography and the methodology behind capturing images (lighting angles, camera selection, etc.). There will be an open dialogue throughout each program.

    Prints will be available for purchase during the event, with a portion of each sale provided to the park’s Interpretive Program.

    The schedule:

    July 9, Michael Pierson, Wildlife & Landscape Photography – The Fox, Osprey, and Natural Beauty of IBSP
    July 16, Harry Collins, Nature/Wildlife Photography, Tricks of the Professionals
    July 23, Donna Grygiel
    July 30, Richard King, Barnegat Bay Ecology
    August 6, Russ Horn, Animal/Portraits
    August 13, David Nilsen, Aquatic Action
    August 20, Thomas Lozinski, Night Photography, Aerials, Long Exposure, Wide Angle Landscape

    The seminars are from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Island Beach State Park Interpretive Center. 

    IF YOU GO

    Fee: $5/person.
    Minimum age to participate: 10 yrs.
    Pre-registration required. Register here.
    Paid admission into the Park required.
    Programs subject to change or cancellation.
    For more info, please call the Park Office at 732-793-0506.

    Photo by Michael Pierson/MP Pics Photography

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