"The Joy of Nature Photography"
by Don Toothaker-MA
Monday, January 30, 7:15 PM

While we live in a world that is constantly building up with urban and suburban environments and building out with technology, many of us -especially now turn to the natural world for inspiration in our photography. Millions of acres of national parks still exist in the United States today, and even more acreage exists that is just ‘nature’. In these lands there are an abundance of photo opportunities for nature, wildlife, and outdoor photographers of every skill level.

Join Don to learn and discuss techniques, tips, and concepts on how to get the most out of your nature and wildlife photography. We will discuss a little bit of everything, including key concepts from composition and creativity to settings and gear.

Our speaker a self-taught photographer who has been professionally photographing a variety of subjects for the past 25 years while teaching others to do so as well. As the Director of Photo Adventures for Hunts Photo and Video in Massachusetts, Don leads numerous instructional photo walks in the greater Boston and New England area as well as a wide variety of photography workshops locally, nationally, and internationally. He is deeply committed to sharing the unique beauty of the world through his imagery, his writings, and his instructing.

He is currently using Nikon Z Mirrorless camera systems and is a juried member of Nikon Professional Services.

You can see more of his work atwww.toothakerphoto.com as well as his daily posts to Instagram @don_toothaker.