Bill Lea, Nature Photographer, has a passion for capturing the wonder of wildlife (especially Black bears), wildflowers, landscapes, and a variety of other natural subjects in “just the right light”. Bill was at The Reserve in the fall of 2018 presenting over two decades of his work as a photographer and Bear Advocate. This two-day photography workshop (April 15 & 16) will focus on capturing the beauty of the spring season at The Reserve which will include nature shots, instruction, critique, and helpful tips on use of light, composition, and equipment. Join Bill for this spring workshop adventure! Bring your camera (& tripod if available, not required) and be ready to learn! The exact times of the class are to be determined once the weather forecast is available and type of light that will be available. The class will have a morning and afternoon session both days. The class will have breaks for lunch. To RSVP, please call the Concierge at 864-869-2105, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.