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Getting the most out of the camera you own

Join us for an exclusive two-part Community Conversation and Workshop event with award-winning wildlife filmmaker and photographer, Alex Goetz. This exciting opportunity lets you listen and learn from one of the best in the business.

Goetz's work has been featured in National Geographic, BBC, PBS, CNN, CBS and won the National Geographic WILD "Wild to Inspire" film competition. This two-part event is a one-of-a-kind experience that lets you receive personalized tips and guidance from Goetz. Don't miss out — save your seat now. 

Community Conversation
Free 

During our Community Conversation, award-winning photographer and filmmaker Alex Goetz will showcase new photos he recently took of bird biodiversity in Northwest Ohio as a part of our Artists in Residence program.

Goetz will display stunning new imagery and videos featuring birds in flight while discussing the captivating techniques he used to create the pieces.

With his new work, Goetz produced a photo exhibition, photo book and short film. Goetz will highlight these creations and demonstrate through a question-and-answer segment how you can enhance your own photography skills.

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Photography Workshop
$50 | Only 15 spots available | Recommended for those 10 and older

Join Alex Goetz for a private workshop in the Middlegrounds Metropark where he will walk you through how to take high-quality images of birds, nature and other wildlife on the camera you own.

Using his new work as inspiration, Goetz will teach you the best practices to follow so you can become a more confident and skilled wildlife photographer — no matter if you're using an iPhone or professional camera. As you take pictures in the Metropark, Goetz will provide critique and commentary, allowing you to hone your craft.

There are only 15 spots available for this intimate workshop, so make sure to save your seat so you can learn from an acclaimed industry expert.

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