Spring Escapes: Nature Photography Walk
Join CLT on a Spring Escape to Brady Farm and walk the conserved property with nature photographer Zach Steinhauser as your guide. (https://wildsteinphoto.myportfolio.com/carolina-wild)
You will do this!
2-3 hour nature photo walk through distinct areas of the property's diverse landscape
Small group of max. 10-12 participants
Open to various experience levels and interests
Learn to look at nature differently and make creative and distinctive photos
Bring your own brown bag lunch to enjoy afterwards on the property, if you wish.
After a short introduction from the landowner, we will start the inspiring nature photo walk. During the walk your guide Zach will give you tips on how to take more creative and distinctive photos than the ones you normally take. You learn how to look at your surroundings more consciously with the help of practical, pleasant photography techniques. Some focus points that you will work with are: light, colors, shapes, angles, depth of field and composition. We often stand still and you get every opportunity to take those beautiful pictures.
You do not need expensive camera equipment for this walk, as long as you take something along which makes pictures. However, if you have a digital camera with interchangeable lenses, try to limit yourself to one lens. A walk in nature with a light backpack has a relaxing effect and has a positive influence on your creativity and concentration.
About your photography guide, Zach: A SC native, Zach wanders the rich floodplain forest looking to capture ancient moments of nature in new and intriguing ways. With a Bachelor's Degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Zach uses his photography of local lands and wildlife to educate and inspire. See his photography at https://wildsteinphoto.myportfolio.com/
About the property: Brady Farm, situated directly across from the Congaree National Park in Calhoun County, is a key parcel within the COWASEE Basin Focus Area. The land provides outstanding protection and buffer for the Congaree River as well as the southern flank of the Congaree National Park. The property has been a working farm and forest for five generations of the Brady family, providing sustenance for both the people and wildlife living (or passing through) its diverse 927 acres of bottomland hardwoods, wetlands, agricultural fields and fodder. Detailed directions will be emailed to registered participants.