TNPS Seminar: Wildflower Photography w/ Darel Hess

  • February 21, 2022
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom

Wildflower Photography with Darel Hess:
"A person does not have to be an expert photographer to take good photographs of plants. However, the more one knows about the equipment and what makes a good photo, the higher the percentage of pictures that turn out good.

Two main points to be discussed are: (1) photographing for personal/shared enjoyment and (2) documentation of species characteristics. This presentation will cover some of the basics of equipment and its use and limitations, followed by a discussion of some things to avoid in composing the image to be recorded."

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Darel Hess has been interested in nature photography as a hobby for about 60 years. His involvement increased to a much higher level in about 1990 when he also became interested in learning more about plant photography and identification. His current primary equipment consists of a digital SLR camera (Nikon D750), macro lens (Nikon Micro Nikkor 105mm), and a stable tripod.

Darel is also an active member and former treasurer of TNPS.

TO JOIN US, click on the ZOOM link here: https://www.tnps.org/.../seminar-darel-hess-on.../

Seminars:
The Tennessee Native Plant Society is hosting monthly Native Plant Seminars via Zoom on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Central Time (7:30 p.m. Eastern Time) and lasting about one hour. All members, and potential members, are welcome to join the meeting at no cost.

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