Friday, April 15, 2011
Wildlife photography, a satisfying hobby that also provides the chance for extra income, will be taught by yours truly, in a new continuing education course that starts April 26 at Allegany College of Maryland. Wildlife Photography is a comprehensive course that teaches the challenging discipline of capturing quality wildlife images. In addition to its technical aspects, the field requires stealth, patience and knowledge of the subject to capture fleeting moments. Instruction ranges from proper gear selection to specialized photo techniques, including image composition, storage and processing, to marketing. The course meets from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays for six weekly sessions through May 31. The deadline to register is Tuesday, Arpil 19, 2011. For informtion contact ACM's Center for Continuing Education, whose Workforce Development unit is offering the course, at 301-784-5434. Information is also available at www.allegany.edu/ce, the college's website. To register call 301-784-5341.