Learn to use your wide-angle lens

out waterfallpicThe Lens Luggers photography club of Western North Carolina is holding a special photography clinic featuring wide angle perspective and control. 

 

The program will be led by photographer Don McGowan from 9 a.m. until noon Tuesday, July 16, at the Old Armory Recreation Center in Waynesville. The program is titled “From Here to There and Back Again: A Journey Through the Wide-Angle Lens” and is an educational and inspirational sketch of what wide-angle lenses do and what they have to offer. 

 “The wide-angle lens can be readily mastered by the understanding and application of a few basic concepts of how wide-angle lenses ‘see’ the world,” McGowan said.

The program is about 1.5 hours in length and will be followed by hands-on instruction in the field. The cost of the program is $35 for advance registration, $45 at the door. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. The price includes refreshments and a drawing for a camera bag. This program is open to all skill levels.

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