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Local and national award-winning experts help take participant's skills to the next level. Both beginners and advanced photographers are welcome to take part in these informative and inspiring programs.
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Registration for Fall Adult Education programs opens September 1. Call 2143.515.6539 for more info.
Birds and Landscapes of New Mexico: Bosque del Apache and White Sands National Monument
December 2 – 10,
$1,300 ($1,170 for Members)*
Allen Rokach, Allen Rokach Photography
This December, join former Senior Photography Editor for Southern Living, Allen Rokach, as he shows you how to capture the natural beauty of two incredible destinations. This unusual 9-day nature photography workshop takes participants to two distinctive locations in New Mexico to photograph two extraordinary aspects of nature. The trip will begin outside of Albuquerque at Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge, which is the winter nesting ground for huge flocks of frisky Snow Geese and elegant Sandhill Cranes, plus other birds and wildlife. Outings at sunrise and late afternoon until sunset will enable us to capture each location in the most dramatic light.
You will learn how to create compelling compositions as well as how to use New Mexico’s luminescent light to create dramatic images of the cranes and snow geese in an enchanting environment. At White Sands National Monument, you will make innovative pictures of the pristine environment of gypsum dunes. You will practice a variety of approaches to composition, such as capturing overviews, vignettes and details; integrating desert plants with the dunes; and looking for abstractions, shapes, lines and textures.
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A juried exhibition of photography of the Arboretum
Join us this fall for the Dallas Arboretum's juried photography exhibition and sale presented by Full Color. All of the photos will capture the unique beauty of the garden in all four seasons as well as beautiful Texas landscape captured during Arboretum travel workshops. The exhibition will be featured in the Gallery at Rosine Hall, October 1 through October 30, during Autumn at the Arboretum. This area is located just inside the main entrance next to the gift store.
This contest closed for submissions on August 31, 2016. Join us in October to view this year’s selection of works. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for future photography programs, exhibits or contests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sweetheart Photography Workshop
February 4, 9am-1pm, $65 ($59 for Members)
Tamytha Cameron, Tamytha Cameron Photography
Spend time with your sweetie and capture memories that will last forever. Master your camera settings and compose beautiful portraits of each other in the Arboretum. Then, each couple will have a professional portrait taken by the instructors as a memento of this special day.
February 25, 9am-1pm, $65 ($59 for Members)
Scott Williams, Visual Impressions, Inc.
Begin mastering the operations of your SLR camera. Half of the class will be spent learning the functions of your camera. The remaining time will be spent in the garden applying your new knowledge. This class, aimed at beginning photographers, fills quickly.
Full Moon Photography
February 12, 6-9pm, $80 ($72 for Members)
Tom Maddrey, Professional Photographer
Experience the beauty of the garden by the light of the moon. Learn tips and techniques to photography in the dark. Processes like “painting with light” and “shooting by moonlight” will be discussed as you explore the garden practicing your new techniques together.