The Life Section of yesterday’s Dayton Daily News included an article about the photography workshops that I have been doing, and have scheduled, here in the Dayton area. It’s a good article and my thanks to Contributing Writer Pamela Dillon.
The only correction I need to make is regarding the article headline that reads “Local artist presents free photography workshops.”
I am not offering free workshops. Five Rivers MetroParks is offering the two programs held at Wegerzyn Gardens – one and half-hour each – free of charge to the public. The first was held on Saturday, July 11 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. The follow-up program to that first session will be held at Wegerzyn on Saturday, August 8 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. These two sessions are free and open to the public courtesy of Five Rivers MetroParks.
My full-day workshop set for September 26, 2009, titled “Exploring Nature Photography – The Autumn Prairie Workshop with Jim Crotty,” is a program I am presenting myself and has a fee of $89 per participant, payable by cash or check on the day of the workshop. The program, to be held at Cox Arboretum and includes a box lunch, also requires pre-registration. The September 26 workshop has already reached my limit of 20 registered participants and now has a waiting list of about four people. I’m anticipating that this full-day workshop on September 26 will be a huge success and I will most likely present a similar program this coming January or February on winter landscape photography.