Small Group Workshop – Chuck Kimmerle

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Linn Area Photo Club is offering 20 participants the opportunity to spend the day with Chuck Kimmerle.

We will be shooting rural areas around Palo, Toddville and  Cedar River.     Chuck will share his knowledge of taking great landscape images and will assist each user with any questions.  We will then have some lunch at Wickiup followed by Chuck walking us through his digital workflow of some of the images we took that morning.

Bring your camera gear, this is a hands on workshop!

You will need lots of batteries and lots of memory cards… and of course your tripod.

As this is Iowa, we are subject to weather conditions, so please be prepared for that too.

 

5:30 – 12:00     Photo Shoot     

12:30 – 1:00     Lunch      (Pizza and Drink – provided)

1:00 – 4:00       Digital Workflow

 

 

When:      Sunday, May 20th

Where:   Wickiup Outdoor Learning Center

Cost*:       $60 Member  /  $70 Non-Member

* non-refundable

 

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  • Small Group Workshop - Chuck Kimmerle
    May 20, 2018
    5:30 am - 4:00 pm

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (319) 892-6485

Venue Website:

Address:
10260 Morris Hills Road, Toddville, Iowa, 52302, United States

Description:
Opening in 2002, the<strong> Wickiup Hill Learning Center</strong> has hosted hundreds of educational, historical and cultural events - providing one-of-a-kind learning experiences to tens of thousands of people. Hundreds of acres surrounding the Center are rich in archaeological history - providing many "hands-on" opportunities for school groups and seniors alike to learn of the Native American culture, life styles the impact that the environment has on life today.  Highlights of the Center include a Hall of Habitats, full-size wickiup replica, Native American exhibits featuring life-size figures, archaeology displays, a bird-viewing area, and live reptile/amphibian exhibits.  Additionally, miles of recreational/educational trails meander through wetlands, prairie, savanna and woodland ecosystems surrounding the Center.