Thursday, January 26, 2012

Photograph Nebraska will feature Crane Trust Wildlife tours.

Join us at the Hastings Photography Symposium this February. The Nature Center will be hosting photographic wildlife tours as an option during this event. Hope to see you there!

Hastings, NE - Amateur photographers are invited to learn more about their
craft, network with other photographers and listen to advice from seasoned
professionals at the Photograph Nebraska Symposium to be held on February 24
& 25 at the Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History.

Keynote presenters will include:
- National Geographic Photographer, Joel Sartore - After more than 20
year and 30 stories for the National Geographic Society, Joel has covered
everything from the remote Amazon rainforest to beer-drinking,
mountain-racing firefighters in the United Kingdom. Joel has completed
assignments for Audubon Magazine, Time, Life, Newsweek and Sports
- Digital Photography Expert, Randy Hampton
- Omaha World Herald Photojournalist, Alyssa Schukar

This two-day event will also include workshops on: sports photography,
camera care, publishing, composition, severe storm photography, blended
photography, photo projects, wildlife photography and natural and
artificial lighting. Speakers will include: Bruce Thorson, Alan Mais, Jeff
Kurrus, John Brooks, Ryan McGinnis, Steve & Bobbi Olson, Rick Houchin and
Bob Grier

Professionals will be on hand to critique photographs throughout the event.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to photograph waterfowl and cranes
in a blind on the Platte River. This event is held in conjunction with the
"Life Up Close" Photography Exhibit which will be on display at the Hastings
Museum from Saturday, February 4 thru Sunday, March 25.

The event is hosted by the Adams County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Please
visit for the schedule and registration

1 comment:

  1. Hi all,

    The wildlife resorts are located within or near the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India. Stay in heritage palaces, in luxury tents and in jungle lodges at wildlife resorts in and around the thrilling wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Thanks for sharing it.....