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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 16:52

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Photography workshop to focus on Appalachian barns

A weekend photography workshop called “The Appalachian Barn Workshop: The Barns of Haywood and Madison Counties” will be held March 28-30 through EarthSong Photography.

Photographer Don McGowan will offer a full day of field work in Madison and Haywood counties, a creative program and a full critique session. Cost is $275, part of which will be a donation to the Appalachian Barn Alliance to help preserve the historic buildings. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Don McGowan at 828.788.0687.

 

Lens Luggers to host photo sharing sessions

The Lens Luggers photography group has begun holding monthly sharing sessions in Waynesville for photographers to talk shop and critique each other’s photos.

The sessions will be held from 6 and 8 p.m. the first Thursday of each month at First United Methodist Church in Waynesville. The first meeting is February 6 and all are invited.

“It’s a great opportunity to pick up some photo tips, take away feedback from fellow photographers and find out which kind of camera and lenses produce the kind of images you want,” said Bob Grytten, the club leader and photography outing leader.

During the informal forum, members will show their images using a digital projector. There will be a Q&A session as well as open discussion. 

www.lensluggerworld.com, 828.627.0245 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

There are three other photography clubs in the area: Carolina Nature Photography Association centered in Asheville, Cold Mountain Photographic Society in Haywood County and the Sylva Photo Club.

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