The June 9 meeting of WCARTS will feature David Blinder, a fine art and commercial photographer from Morris County, who has contributed to Tamron USA’s enews publications on and off since 2009. As a conservation photographer, Blinder has volunteered his time and photography to local organizations including the Morris County Park Commission, New Jersey Audubon Society, and Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ. His most recent fine art exhibit, The Landscapes of New Jersey, will be shown at Duke Farms and also the Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary in 2016.
To see more of Hinder’s work visit https://facebook.com/daveblinderphotography or https://daveblinder.com.
Funding has been made possible, in part, by the
Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission.
At the Advanced Landscape Photography presentation, attendees will learn how to construct pleasing scenic photos time and time again; all related digital camera settings in depth; and will examine structural elements that will entice viewers to look at photographs more than once. Other topics of the workshop will include understanding the quality of natural light, common landscape mistakes, and outside the box landscape photos.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Township Municipal building in Oxford. The public is welcome and are encouraged to bring paper, a sketchpad, or materials of choice to draw/sketch with. Refreshments will be served. There will be a $2 fee for non-members wishing to participate. Call Warren County ARTS Event HotLine: 908-689-6296 to listen for any cancellations.