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“Golden Hour” Smartphone Photography Workshop at Summit Lake State Park
Saturday, October 7, 2017 – 5:00pm
Summit Lake State Park (Sunset Shelter)
5993 N Messick Rd
New Castle, IN 47362
Now, more then ever with current technology, anyone with a smartphone has the ability to shoot high quality pictures. Those who participate in the “Golden Hour” Smartphone Photography Workshop will be empowered to photograph with their smartphones the natural beauty of Summit Lake State Park in the soft, magical light during what is known as The Golden Hour.
The park staff will point out plants, animals and scenery of particular interest. Participants will learn how to use their smart phones to photograph landscapes, portraits, still lifes and do macro photography. The workshop will begin 2 hours before sunset. Following an hour of instruction, workshop members will have the opportunity to shoot photographs throughout the park.
Registration is required, limited to 10 individuals and should be completed through moriartymedia.com. For a fee of $10, participants will receive admission to the park, a bound color printed handout, and a box of photographic clip-on lenses for their smartphones.
The “Golden Hour” Smartphone Photography Workshop is a signature project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission and is made possible, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
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