Here's the squib for my free talk for the Teaneck Camera Club on Tuesday:
“The Ten Commandments of Bird Photography”
Jim Wright, the long-time birding columnist for The Record, has been a writer for as long as he can remember, but in recent years he has come to appreciate how much photography complements and augments what he does — whether he’s doing his column, writing articles for magazines or posts for nature blogs, or doing e-books and large format books (The Nature of the Meadowlands).
In this presentation, Jim will share what he has learned about nature photography the hard way, and hopes it spurs a lively discussion. He concedes up-front that you are probably a better photographer than he is.
In addition to his writing, Jim is a deputy marsh warden of the Celery Farm Natural Area in Allendale and a trustee for The Nature Conservancy in New Jersey. His nature blog is celeryfarm.net.
Jim latest column, about his upcoming visit to the club, can be found here: The Bird Watcher.
The event, which begins at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, April 4, is open to the public. It will be held at the Richard Rodda Community Center, 250 Colonial Court, Teaneck, NJ 07666.
Here are Directions.
Hope to see you there!