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Winter Nature Photography Workshop | February in Hocking Hills Ohio

Join Professional Photographer Jim Crotty as he leadsa small group workshop on the art of winter nature and landscape photography amongst the sandstone gorges, frozen waterfalls and woodlands of Hocking Hills State Park.

Learn the tips and techniques behind Jim’s award-winning images. This workshop will be a balance of classroom and field instruction with the group exploring subjects such as ice formations, the landscape in winter and still life in winter window light. Open to all levels of skill and experience with the DSLR camera. Minimum equipment required. Fee includes buffet lunch at The Inn at Cedar Falls, guided instruction and workshop handouts.

Limited to first 20 registered participants.

$89 per person. $20 deposit to register. PayPal to “[email protected]” or check to Picture Ohio, LLC 2581 Trebein Rd. Xenia OH 45385

Call 937-896-6311or email [email protected] for more information. PDF printable gift certificates available for Christmas.

The location is the beautiful setting and facilities of The Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls in Hocking Hills, Ohio.

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Winter Light Photography Workshop Announced for January 2011

I’m happy to announce the details regarding my next destination photography workshop, set for the weekend of January 28, 2011 at The Inn at Cedar Falls in Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio. The Winter Light Nature Photography Workshop welcomes photographers of all levels of skill and experience, however, the emphasis will be on learning and applying creative settings common to DSLR cameras. A balance of both classroom and field instruction, I will be guiding the group to some of my favorite locations within Hocking Hills State Park for photography of winter nature and landscape subjects, including macro details, frozen waterfalls and ice formations and still life (inside at The Inn) photography using winter window light. More on the Winter Light Photography Workshop . . .