July 9, 2022
My Pictures and What I Learned Along the Way
Presented by: Frank Vasto
704.401.6484 | Picsbyvasto.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
At the HUMANE SOCIETY OF CHARLOTTE
Frank is a local portrait and event photographer that loves capturing local wildlife. His focus on ethical wildlife photography is designed to develop an appreciation for local wildlife and its preservation. He researches his subjects to learn about their lifestyle and contributions to the greater ecosystem. Frank has found taking an interest in wildlife helps to develop a deeper appreciation for our relationship with others, our environment, and our planet.
His photography is frequently recognized on Next Door and he is building a growing following on Instagram.
Frank has developed a five-hour DSLR/EOS camera basics training course which combines knowledge sharing and experiential training. He has also developed a one-hour photo/wildlife presentation which he shares with nature conservancy groups. Frank wants to be able to offer this training to members as a one-time or regular offering. His training classes have been well received by individuals who are looking to expand their knowledge of photography with practical application. You can view Frank’s work on his website.
During this workshop Frank will share his expertise as a photographer with a presentation on how he captures wildlife images, and some of his photography tips, tricks and then share some of his favorite images with informative things he's learned about his ‘subjects’. If you have an interest in photography, learning about local wildlife and a passion for animals this workshop is for you!
Course Fee: $25*
Open to the Public – Prior registration is required**
*All proceeds from HSC educational events directly benefit the animals in our care.
**Free registration for NCAF members
Contact Emily Strongin at 704-494-7702 or email email@example.com for more information.Register here
This event will be hosted at: 1348 Parker Drive Charlotte, NC 28208