Four photo walks will be held by Nevada County Camera Club for the public in April to celebrate Photography Month. “We wanted to hold an event to help beginning or intermediate photographers learn more about photography and how to hone their skills. And what better way than a pretty spring day or evening walking through Nevada City or Grass Valley,” stated Kathy Triolo, Vice President of Nevada County Camera Club and the leader of the photo walks.
“The walks will be about an hour and a half. People should bring their cameras including cell phones. If you have other camera gear with different lenses and/or tripods bring those. Tripods will be especially important at night, but if you don’t have one, we will show you some work-arounds. People should wear sturdy shoes to walk up and down the hills of Nevada City and Grass Valley. Hats and water can also be important during sunny afternoons and flashlights at night. And if you have extra camera batteries and memory cards, bring those too,” stated Triolo.
The walks will be held on
• Sunday Afternoon – April 3 – 2:00 – 3:30 – Grass Valley – Meet at the Center for the Arts
• Sunday Night – April 10 – 7:00 – 8:30 – Grass Valley – Meet at the Center for the Arts
• Saturday Afternoon – April 23 – 2:00 – 3:30 – Nevada City – Meet at Robinson Plaza, at the bottom of Commercial Street
• Saturday Night – April 30 – 7:00 – 8:30 – Nevada City – Meet at Robinson Plaza, at the bottom of Commercial Street
Photography Month is being celebrated in five northern California counties in April to highlight the importance of photographs in our lives.
For more information on the Photo Walks , contact Kathy Triolo – firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Photography Month and the Nevada County Camera Club – www.nccameraclub.com
For more information on Photography Month Sacramento – www.photomonthsacramento.org