The West Central Georgia Shutterbugs are proud to have David Foster speak at their Tuesday, June 10th meeting, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of Hightower Memorial Library, located at 800 West Gordon Street (across the street from Upson Regional Medical Center) in Thomaston. The title of his program will be “Photographing Water,” and the presentation explores the many forms water can take in our images from dew drops to ocean waves. It will look at some of the challenges in shooting water and various techniques for capturing images that you will enjoy sharing.
David is an Atlanta-based nature photographer who discovered his serious interest in photography over 40 years ago in the world of 35mm B&W. Since the development of digital photography, David began exhibiting and selling his photographing in over fifty show. David was awarded the 2014 P.C. Turczyn Award from among a group of fifty international artists chosen by Manhattan Arts International, and his image, "Jekyll Island Dawn," is part of the Picturing Georgia exhibit at the International Terminal of the Atlanta Airport. To see more of David’s work, see his website at http://www.davidfosterimages.net.
Photographers of all skill levels are invited to attend. There is no admission fee.