with Kathy Adams Clark
Dragonflies are a lovely insect but they are also a predator. Join this class to learn about dragonfly biology and how to photograph them. We’ll photograph dragonflies along the trails and along the edges of a pond.
What to Bring:
- Camera with a telephoto lens
- A flash and tripod are optional
- Bring a small backpack to carry your spare batteries and water while we’re photographing; We might walk a mile along the trails during the class.
- There’s little shade along the trails so wear a hat and prepare for the heat.
Coastal Prairie Conservancy’s Indian Grass Preserve, 31975 Hebert Rd, Waller, TX 77484.
This class is targeted for all levels of photographers who are interested in Photography of Dragonflies
About the Instructor:
Kathy Adams Clark has been a professional nature photographer since 1995.
Kathy’s photos have been published in hundreds of places including Family Fun, Nature's Best, New York Times, Birder's World, and Ranger Rick. AAA Journey, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and Texas Highways magazines have used Kathy’s photos on their cover. Her photos have also appeared in numerous books and calendars including the Barnes & Noble Ireland Countryside Calendar, the cover of the Arbor Foundation Rainforest Calendar, and the Sierra Engagement Calendar. Kathy’s photos of Houston were compiled into a calendar offered in Costco in 2016.
Her photos appear every week in the "Nature" column in the Houston Chronicle written by her husband, Gary Clark. Kathy and Gary have worked with national publishing houses to produce ten books that combine their photography and writing skills. Their latest books are Book of Texas Birds published by Texas A&M University Press and Backroads of Texas published by Voyageur Press.
Kathy’s photography is featured in Portrait of Houston published in 2012 by Farcountry Press. Photographing Big Bend National Park, published in 2013 by Texas A&M Press, is written by Kathy and uses her photography throughout.
Kathy is Past-president of the North American Nature Photography Association. She teaches photography and is a popular speaker at local and national events. She leads photo tours through Strabo Tours to countries including Costa Rica, Brazil, Spain, Africa, Italy, Peru, Morocco, and Norway.
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Tier 2: Special Events and One-Time Classes
You have up until seven days before a scheduled Mock Wedding, Flash Fest, Portraits in Depth Series, Photo Campouts (including Spring and Fall Photo Camping Extravaganza), special events and one-time classes to cancel and receive a full refund or to reschedule. If you do not show up for a tier 2 class your registration will be forfeited and you will not be permitted a refund or to reschedule. Cancellations made within 7 days of the class will receive a 50% refund.
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