Local Photographer To Lead Flower Photography Class
A presentation on flower photography will be given by Thomaston native King Davis on Saturday, February 21st, at Massee Lane Gardens as part of the 2015 Festival of Camellias. The program is scheduled for 1 pm in the auditorium, with ample time following for attendees to photograph throughout the gardens and greenhouses. Though primarily for beginning and intermediate photographers, the 2-hour presentation will be applicable to many types of photography and a wide range of experience levels.
There is no charge for attending the presentation, but admission to Massee Lane is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors over 55; children under 12 are admitted free. Massee Lane Gardens is the home of The American Camellia Society and is located at 100 Massee Lane, about five miles south of Fort Valley, GA on Georgia Highway 49. Registration by calling 877.422.6355 is encouraged, but is not required for attendance.
For more info on the gardens, visit http://www.camellias-acs.org and then click on the box about Massee Lane Gardens. To view samples of King’s flower photography, visit his blog (www.kingdavis.zenfolio.com) and then scroll down to find the “Blooms” gallery. He is an active member of the West Central Georgia Shutterbugs.
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