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Outdoor Photography

Writer and national photographer Greg Farley will be teaching some basic and professional outdoor photography techniques and tips at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, August 20 from 10:00 am 1:00 pm. How to Keep a Wave on the Sand: Capturing the Outdoors in Photographs will help you take your camera off the "automatic" settings and onto the "manual" settings in just a couple of hours. Workshop participants will spend time inside learning camera operations, then head outside to apply what they've learned. Never again let nature's beauty escape your lens! Bring your camera (film, DSLR, or point and shoot), extra batteries and a sense of adventure! Meet in the Visitor Center auditorium. The program is free - although you do need to pay the Refuge entrance fee. Take I-5 exit 114, and follow signs to the Refuge. For more information, contact the Refuge at (360) 753-9467.


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