Floral Photography: a Maker-in-Residence Program
ART | DISCUSSION | MAKER-IN-RESIDENCE | WORKSHOP | TECHNOLOGY | GAMES & HOBBIES
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Join our Maker-in-Residence, Erin Borzellino to learn how to photograph nature found in the library's Reading Garden. She will talk about tips using the tools you have: everything from macro photography to double exposures and the best composition and color schemes for florals.
Want to improve your skills and hear critics about your work? Sign up for the zoom session the followng week and send Erin the photos by Thursday (10/22) to be included in the discussion.
The program is for adults and teens, ages 13 and up. Space is very limited and registration is required. Bring any kind of camera you are comfrotable with including phone camera.
The program will be held outside in the library Reading Garden weather permits. Please stay socially distanced from each other at all times. Face mask is required for all attendees. Sorry bathrooms will not be available.
In case you need to visit the library, please make an appointment online https://www.harrisonpl.org/visit or by phone 914-835-0324 ahead of time!
Erin is an award-winning commercial lifestyle and portrait photographer based in Harrison, NY. You can see her work at www.erinborzellino.com or on instagram @erinborzellino. To learn more about her, please visit our Maker-in-Residence website.
As our Maker-in-Residence, Erin will lead six workshops, three outdoors and three online. They are:
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