Learn from accomplished nature photographer Kirsten Hines as she reveals the fundamental secrets behind effectively capturing nature through photography! Using nature as our subject, this introductory course will instruct students on formal photography techniques, proper lighting strategies and more.
Award-winning travel and nature photographer Kirsten Hines’ artistic career has taken her around the world. As an experienced writer, photographer and environmental educator, Hines utilizes writing and photography to draw viewers into the intricate lives of plants and animals. With a Master of Science degree in biology, Kirsten is a member of the IUCN Iguana Specialist Group, a research associate at Florida’s Institute for Regional Conservation, and co-author of books such as Attracting Birds to South Florida Gardens and Biscayne National Park.
This event is free to the public. All materials provided. No prior experience required.
PLEASE NOTE: Workshop spots are on a first come, first serve basis. The Frank can accomodate 25 guests for each workshop presented unless otherwise stated. Due to limited capacity, additional guests and observers will not be permitted.