Area state park plans waterfall photography class

Though they are a super popular subject, waterfalls can be tricky to shoot. Learn how at a outdoor and waterfall photography class on July 10. {Photo courtesy of Tennessee Photographs}

MANCHESTER — Photographers love to take pics of waterfalls, but it’s a little more complicated than point and shoot. You’ll need a DSLR camera, a tripod, and the patience for a long shutter release. On July 10, David Duplessis of Tennessee Photographers will host an All Day Outdoor and Waterfall Photography Class at Old Fort State Park in Manchester. Students should bring a DSLR camera, lenses, a tripod with shutter release, and wear clothing they don’t mind getting wet. There will be a small amount of hiking and since the class does not provide lunch or water, students should plan to bring their own.

“I was in this class and it was great. I highly recommend it. I had two or three, the light bulb went on moments in the first 15 minutes,” said J. Zalesak on the even’t Facebook page.

Students will meet at the Visitor’s Center at 8:15 a.m. and class will begin at 8:30 a.m. The state park is located at 732 Stone Fort Drive in Manchester. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page by clicking here.•

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