Main - Capture the World: Exploring Photography Basics & Travel Photography with Ron Wyatt

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Main Library
Meeting Room

Event Details

Professional photographer Ron Wyatt is back! Join us for an insightful event focused on both photography basics and travel photography. 

In the first segment, Ron will cover essential elements such as shutter speed, apertures, and ISO, ideal for beginners and enthusiasts alike. 

In the travel photography portion, Ron will share his invaluable tips for capturing the essence of your journey, whether it's a luxury African safari or a weekend escape. Learn to shoot amazing vacation shots, immerse yourself in local cultures, and master the art of photographing landscapes in their best light. Discover the practicalities of traveling with your photo gear and find out how to select the right lenses for various shooting situations. Ron's captivating presentation will include stunning images from his recent travels to China, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. 

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from a pro! For more tips and recommendations, reach out to Ron at

Ron Wyatt's first experience with photography was an unsuccessful photo documentation of his honeymoon. Armed with a borrowed instamatic camera, he learned that camera shake will not produce great photos. Ron, a self-taught photographer has covered the NBA, NFL, MLB, and two Summer Olympic Games. His photos have appeared in various publications such as: USA Today, Black Enterprise Magazine, Time Magazine, Newsweek, TV Guide, ESPN, and others. He has covered corporate assignments for; Six Flags, Eastman Kodak, Continental Airlines, CVS, PepsiCo, Verizon, and many others. His Photography has allowed him to travel to various parts of the world. He worked has a cameramen for MSNBC, Comcast Sports, News12 and Court TV. He has spoken on Sports,Corporate,Event and Travel photography at WPPI, Photo Plus, NECC, Camera stores and Camera clubs across the country.

Event Type(s): Presentation / Lecture
Age Group(s): Adults (18+)

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