Wide-Angle Photography

3 Wednesdays:
July 31 – August 14
9 a.m. – noon


Photography Classes at the Garden

New! There is more than one way to use a wide-angle lens to your advantage. A wide-angle lens can be used to bring out depth and perspective in your photographic images. It is also used for an up-close and personal view of a subject within a scene. Gain inspiration in different Garden locations best suited for applying your new skills. Required equipment: Any focal length of 20mm or less is appropriate for this class. Prerequisites: Beginning and Intermediate Photography or the equivalent. Class is limited to DSLR or mirrorless cameras. No phone cameras, please. The School’s CEUs=9 hours
FPC elective

Jack Carlson, certified professional photographer
Plant Science Lab, Regenstein Center