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Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.

 

Take A Picture—It'll Last Longer

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on April 16, 2012

The Smokies are one of the most photographed areas in the country because of its majestic mountains and abundant wildlife. If you enjoy capturing nature at its best, you might be interested in the Spring Photography Workshop at Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, running April 20 through 23.

Nationally recognized nature photographer Bill Lea and his assistants will lead shutterbugs of all levels of expertise on a four-day camera-clicking journey through Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The workshop will emphasize wildlife, landscapes and macro photography. Field sessions and lectures will also cover the use of light, composition and equipment. Instruction will be offered on both the group and one-on-one level.

Lea has authored or co-authored several photography books and more than 7,000 of his photos have appeared in publications all over the world.

The price of the workshop includes not just the classes but also all meals and lodging at Tremont. For more information, visit www.gsmit.org/springphoto

If you're not inclined to take part in this workshop, you can still capture some nice scenery on camera by visiting Smoky Mountain Ziplines. Our Pigeon Forge canopy tours are set in a scenic, wooded, hillside valley that combines beauty with family fun.

 

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