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Thursday
26
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Learn Local: Yellow Horse Photography

18:00
19:30
Belgrade Community Library
Event organized by Belgrade Community Library

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Join Yellow Horse Photography on Thursday, April 26, at 6:00PM for "Getting the Shot: How Great Landscapes Come from Basic Photography". Please (free) RSVP below so we know how many people to expect! Learn Local is sponsored by the Bozeman Area Community Foundation.

Ever wonder what makes a photo go from "delete" to "keep"? We will be going over the basics of capturing a powerful landscape photo. Tips and tricks include: choosing the right gear for the job, knowing the best times to shoot during the day, selecting composition, deciding on subject matter and, most importantly, that anyone can take a great shot with any camera. We hope to inspire folks to get outside and see the world around them in a more artistic way and capture some great photos along the way!

Husband-and-wife duo Tanner and Randi started Yellow Horse Photography in 2015. They both graduated with Photographic Communication degrees from Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming. Tanner grew up on his parent’s country home in Laramie, Wyoming. His love of photography started with an old Kodak digital camera and life around the ranch. It was here that his deep appreciation of nature and wildlife photography took root. He has been featured in such publications as Outside Bozeman and Wyoming Wildlife and has won many photo competitions throughout the area.

Randi grew up in Livingston, Montana. A girl with many interests, you were just as likely to find her on the back of her horse as sitting at home and reading. She remembers being attached to a pink Barbie camera when she was little but that her real love for photography didn’t emerge until high school. Mr. Rod Beland taught her to look at the world around her with a keen eye. Get in close, keep it simple. Can you tell this curve is a teapot? It is amazing what 10 frames of black and white film can teach you a day. Randi still says the smell of fixer is one of the best smells there is.