Although you may have walked a location numerous times, you’ll suddenly notice new details about your surroundings when you’re on a photo-walk with a camera (or phone) in your hand. In this class, we’ll walk together first, finding patterns, textures, reflections, shadows, architectural details, and more. We will then split up into small groups to finish the walk and meet back at the classroom after lunch (on your own). You’ll view your photos on the computer, select a few favorites, and watch a slide show of what your fellow photo-walkers captured. You’ll be amazed at the variety of subjects that everyone found! The location for each walk will be determined by the instructor about a week before the scheduled walk, but might include downtown Frederick, a park, an Audubon sanctuary, or a battlefield. An email will be sent out one week prior to indicate meet up location. Any type of camera is suitable for this walk, including phone cameras. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation.
Instructor: Cam Miller is a retired educator turned professional fine art photographer who lives in New Market, Maryland. After living and teaching on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, she moved to Central Maryland, where she is fully engaged in the arts community. She is a member of several museums, arts councils, and photography organizations. Cam has won many awards for her photographs, the subjects of which include light paintings, still life, landscapes, and nature. Her work has been accepted into numerous exhibits and competitions. She teaches photography classes at Frederick Community College, as well as does private tutoring. To see more of her work, visit Cam’s website: www.camscamerashots.com.
PHO110 Photos in the Field
5-Digit Number: 17062
Tuesday • 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. • 4/9
Location: Conference Center/E107