Fall Photography Hike
November 2, 2019 from 9:00am to 11:00am
Are you interested in capturing the perfect fall picture? Join COL and local photography artist, David Knight, on a Nature Photography Hike through Jens Jensen Preserve! David has been an avid photographer since the 1970's and has traveled around the world taking pictures of places and people. David will share his expertise on how to capture the best nature shots, tell us about his photography, and what it is like to be a local photographer. We will walk, talk, and take pictures throughout Jens Jensen Preserve to try and capture the perfect shot!
David Knight resides in Saint Joseph, MI and started in phtography journey in the 70's. In 2004, David was the project director for a photo documentary of St Joseph & Benton Harbor, Michigan, entitled 2 Cities 48 Hours. Twenty-six photographers photographed the people and places in the two cites for 48 hours. A book was published later of selected images. David started teaching photography in the 1970s while attending WMU and at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. He now teaches photography classes and workshops located in St. Joseph, MI..
What to bring: Your own camera for picture taking, comfortable walking shoes, weather appropriate clothing, and your artistic eye!
RSVP: This is a free program, but space is limited. Please contact Casey Struecker at (269) 405-1006 or email@example.com to reserve your spot.