Nature Photography and Environmental Storytelling Workshop
Develop nature photography skills and gain environmental storytelling knowledge in this three-session, field-based workshop led by acclaimed wildlife photographer Keith Ellenbogen from Thursday, May 4–Sunday, May 7. Experience what it’s like to “go on assignment” at the Eel River Preserve—a restored wetland in Plymouth, Massachusetts—to photograph landscapes, animals and plants. The workshop will cover technical aspects of nature photography, including the use of tripods, composition, DSLR cameras plus wide-angle and telephoto lenses. Participants will be introduced to the basics of developing a visual narrative focused on conservation. This workshop offers a unique opportunity to experience and learn about the Eel River Preserve restoration project.
Attendees must be at least 18 years old. The cost is $200 for nonmembers and $175 for members and Harvard ID holders. Advance registration is required. A limited number of scholarships are available for college students interested in participating. Please email email@example.com for details. This program is presented by Harvard Museum of Natural History and Harvard Museums of Science & Culture in collaboration with the Town of Plymouth’s Department of Marine and Environmental Affairs.