On Wednesday, November 21 Byron Cotter, a noted local photographer, will present “Photographing Nature on a Hike.” The talk will focus on opportunities and techniques for photography on a hike. Topics will include options for equipment, some basics of camera use and what elements to consider when composing shots. The talk will also cover how to treat various types of natural subjects, including landscapes, flowers, clouds, flowing water, reflections, patterns and wildlife. The talk will finish with a few comments on simple photo editing techniques.
Byron Cotter and his wife Sharon are longtime photographic enthusiasts, who attended their first photography workshop in 1975. Together they have indulged their passion for photography in many different countries. Byron is currently the secretary and webmaster for the Digital Photography Club of SaddleBrooke (DIGS) and has made several presentations to that club.
Residents of SaddleBrooke are invited to attend the meeting at the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center at 4:00 p.m. on November 21, 2018. You do not need to be a member of the hiking club to attend. Following the meeting there will be a social hour in the Agave Lounge at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse. Remember, there is no street parking near the Activity Center. For more information about the meeting or to learn more about the hiking club, please contact Michael Caryl at [email protected] or call 520-825-6568.