Joshua Tree Through the Lens
Joshua Tree, CA, March 9, 2013 – Grab your camera and put on your hiking boots for this intensive all-day photo shoot in Joshua Tree National Park! Craig Fucile, photography instructor at University of California Riverside Extension, will guide the class in seeing the natural beauty of the park through the camera lens. The class will begin with a special “photographers only” session at Key’s Ranch, focusing on how to capture the buildings and historic remnants at this remarkable homestead. Mid-morning the focus will shift to desert landscape. Fucile will share tips on how to record unique rock formations and vast views of the park. Participants are encouraged to bring a tripod with their camera. Students will find new ways to focus on Joshua Tree National Park.
Sponsored by the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park, this field seminar meets at the Joshua Tree Visitor Center, 6554 Park Blvd., Joshua Tree, CA 92252 on Saturday, March 9, 6:30 am – 5:30 pm. This class is offered for 1 unit of credit through the University of California, Riverside Extension for $110 ($100 for JTNPA/PINE members) or for non-credit for $85 ($75 JTNPA/PINE members). For class catalog, information, and registration call (760) 367-5535 or visit www.joshuatree.org.