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Hobbs State Park to host beginner’s nature photography program led by expert



Little Rock, Arkansas – At the Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, members of the general public are being offered the opportunity to go on a journey toward becoming a nature photographer.

On the 5th of May, the park will be hosting a free program on Beginning Nature Photography at the visitor center. The lecture will begin at 2:00 p.m.

During the event, Tim Johnson, a nature photographer who is affiliated with the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas, will be present to guide participants through the fundamentals of photography in natural settings and the application of macro photography.

You will be equipped with the fundamentals of nature photography and will be better prepared to achieve success in your journey into nature photography as a result of the things you learn in this class.

Johnson, who is well knowledgeable about the natural world, guides nature walks, winter eagle cruises, and other trips on the Hobbs State Park grounds.

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park was the destination of his recent trip to Alaska, where he took photographs of the park’s landscapes and fauna.

If the weather permits, a hands-on session will follow the presentation; thus, you should bring the camera that you are currently using.

Participants who are at least 16 years old are strongly encouraged to take part in this event.

The visitor center of the park can be reached at 479-789-5000 for further information.




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