https://bit.ly/3BM1CEU Thomas Crane Public Library
40 Washington Street
Quincy, MA 02169
How do you catch that one-of-a-kind animal shot with backyard animals or other wildlife? Have you seen an amazing image of an animal and wondered how it was done? Learn about the pre-shoot planning process, how best to approach different animals for your photos, and techniques for capturing that perfect expression. The more you know about animals, the better you can capture those interesting behaviors! No matter your camera type or experience, this is a great chance to learn tips and practice now for future adventures!
Joy Marzolf has been a wildlife photographer and Naturalist for over 20 years. She is a Trip Leader for the non-profit Oceanic Society and has photographed a wide range of wildlife around the world, from venomous snakes and grizzly bears to butterflies and dolphins. One of her passions is helping people to better understand wildlife and how understanding the subject can help a photographer take better images. She previously taught wildlife photography and photo editing classes for over 13 years with Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary. She is now teaching adults and families about wildlife through her nature, nature travel and live animal programs with her new company The Joys of Nature (https://thejoysofnature.com).
This event will be simultaneously live broadcast on QATV channel 9 and can be viewed live on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/ThomasCranePublicLibrary
Sponsored by the Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library.