Monday – January 5, 2015
7– 9pmTalbot Community Center, Wye Oak Room
Josh Taylor, Jr. will give a talk on garden photography, with the principal emphasis on macro photography and focus stacking techniques. Josh has promised some live demos of the process as part of his presentation. Some of you may recall his much appreciated presentation at TCC several years ago. Here’s your chance to hear him again, digging a little deeper into a couple of topics that roused a lot of interest last time.
Josh is a very highly rated garden photographer. He has presented photography workshops at the Smithsonian National Orchid Show, U.S. National Arboretum, U.S. Botanic Garden, Brookside Gardens, Sarah P. Duke Gardens, American Horticultural Society Garden School, Adkins Arboretum, and Longwood Gardens. In addition to being a Canon camera instructor, he is a frequent speaker at camera and garden clubs, and also judges photographic competitions, and exhibits his photographs in gallery shows. Josh is a member of Garden Writers Association, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, and a member and past president of the Northern Virginia Photographic Society. He was voted best garden club speaker in 2005 and was a judge for the 2009 Garden Writers Association National Media Awards and the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Nature Photography Expo. Longwood Gardens selected Josh as its Instructor of the Month (October 2010).
You can find out more about Josh and his work on his website at http://www.joshuataylorphotography.com/
Visitors are welcome to attend the seminar.