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Nature Photography Meetup

Nature Photography Meetup

Saturday 27 April
Owens Cross Roads, AL - 2pm - 2 Hours
Nathan Clark
Join this session for tips on how to use your camera settings to creatively capture nature in a visually interesting way. We will be looking at composition, focus, and colour.

Many professional offices and places of business have large prints gracing their wall space of things such as fields of flowers, a butterfly perched on a leaf, and a single dew drop on a rose petal. These beautiful images are all around us in nature. It just takes that special "eye" to not only see it but to capture it in a way that will turn that simple little piece of nature into a beautiful piece of art. We will learn how to use different angles, light and shadows, and settings to make subjects pop.
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Beginner's Photography Class

Beginner's Photography Class

Saturday 04 May
Quigley, Huntsville - 12pm - 3 Hours
Nathan Clark
Ready to learn more about your camera and get out of automatic exposure? Now is your chance!

Join us as we break down your camera to help you learn about shutter speed, aperture, ISO and how these settings affect your exposure.

We will then put your new knowledge to the test with the guidance of a professional photographer.
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Huntsville.

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

    Join the Huntsville Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

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    I really enjoyed it and Nate was very helpful.
    It was very good. Thank you.
    I enjoyed the event. I feel more confident in using my camera. Great instructor and I met some new people with the same interests.

    Nathan Clark
    Meet Nathan Clark, a versatile graphic designer and seasoned photographer with six years of experience. Currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in graphic design and media at SNHU, Nathan has honed his skills in photography, specializing in the use of Photoshop and Lightroom. His journey began in high school and progressed to a role as a university photographer for GradImages, capturing memorable moments during graduation ceremonies.

    As a freelance photographer, Nathan excels in wedding, Nature, and portrait photography, leveraging his creative eye and technical expertise to craft compelling visual narratives. His ability to connect with clients and understand their unique stories enables him to deliver authentic and captivating imagery. Nathan's dedication to excellence, combined with his passion for visual storytelling, reflects his commitment to delivering high-quality and meaningful photography.

    Nathan Clark is available for private bookings

    Available most Saturdays and Thursdays from 12pm to 6pm.
    private tutoring, weddings, outdoor portrait shooting, and events

    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Huntsville, Al
    This was taking one brisk morning downtown HSV, in the back alley of the Cotton Row Restaurant. I just loved the old building to new building back ground and the shoes hanging from the the power lines to me just gives it that big city vibe.
    Credit: Steve Kent
    Facebook: Blink_Once_Photography

    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Big Spring Park
    Took this photo on 3/02/2024 at Big Spring Park. Practicing photography, and focused on this sweet mallard couple swimming around the pond. Taken with my Nikon D5600, 1/1250, f8, with ISO 320.
    Credit: Ashley Jenkins
    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Huntsville Musings
    Merlin is an alumnus of Huntsville Animal Services whom I adopted about 2 years ago. I work from home full-time and am a full-time student at UAH. When I am working or studying Merlin is my constant companion. He enjoys sleeping on my laptop and receiving head scratches, treats, and general adoration from anyone who sees him. He is a silly cat who should have been born orange but I think his mom ran out of toner when he came along!No editing was done with the photo - I wanted Merlin's charm
    Credit: Noel Watts
    Instagram: pnoelly77

    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: North Alabama Sailing Marina, Guntersville, AL
    I was heading to Guntersville one morning to photograph eagles at the lake and came in along Hwy 69. As I got to the lake, I noticed the sailboats and the dawn breaking over the mountains. I made a quick U-turn to find a parking spot and walked to the marina. I didn?t have my tripod with me, so I set my timer delay and braced myself as well as I could to get a crisp 1/10 second exposure.
    Credit: Chadwick Gipson
    Facebook: Cagnatphoto
    Instagram: Cagnatphoto

    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Equal Justice Initiative National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, AL
    The large steel memorials hanging from the ceiling of the Memorial for Peace and Justice represent counties in the U.S. where Black Americans were lynched and each is inscribed with their names.Handheld Sony A7RIII, ISO 100, 0.5 sec, f/4.5, 24 mm.
    Credit: Jim Teed
    Facebook: jim.teed.14
    Instagram: teedjd
    Huntsville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Huntsville, AL
    Wet snow on a dogwood at night. Color balance was adjusted to remove the orange cast of a nearby street light.Handheld Sony A7RIII, ISO 3,200, f/2.8, 24 mm, 1/10 s
    Credit: Jim Teed
    Facebook: jim.teed.14
    Instagram: @teedjd

    Phoenix Photography Group
    Title or Location: Silence

    Credit: Joseph Opal

    Cedar Rapids Photography Group
    Title or Location: Coralville Reservoir
    It was taken with a Nikon D7100, set on a 15 second exposure.
    Credit: Scott Shrader
    Instagram: Iowaoutdoorsphotos
    Wollongong Photography Group
    Title or Location: Gerroa, seven mile beach national park
    Thank you for the consideration.Background to this photo.A couple of years ago on our local community page I saw a photo of a tree covered in bioluminescent fungi saying it was found in Gerroa, 5 minutes drive from me. Wow how amazing, so I set out to find it and photography it too. Since then I developed an interest in fungi and look forward to Autumn when there is plenty about. To enable me to photograph ghost fungi ( omphalotus nidiformis) I go for a bush walk during the day mostly
    Credit: Helen Dark
    Instagram: helendark12

    Nashville Photography Society
    Title or Location: Canyonland National Park
    Mesa Arch is about a 25 minute walk from the parking lot in Canyonland National Park. At night, it's the darkest sky I've ever seen. This photo represents 20 stacked images of the Milky Way combined together in Starry Landscape Stacker. The result required the scene to be slightly brightened in post to bring out the foreground.
    Credit: Larry Kraus
    Facebook: Larry Kraus
    Instagram: lkraus01

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