Harmony in Photography Presentation

Image: Snow Hill Island sea ice with Emperor penguins and chicks with a gull circling the colony. Nikon D500, Nikkor 200-500 mm at 200 mm, f/8, 1/1250 sec, ISO 400, hand-held.

This Thursday night I will be presenting to the Saguaro Camera Club about Harmony in Landscape and Wildlife photography. I will be sharing some of my adventures over the past year as well as some images that I have not yet shared to the public. It is an open meeting and all are welcome to come. If you are interested, please join us on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 6:15pm at the Mesa Fire Station at 360 E. 1st St, Mesa, AZ. My presentation will follow a quick camera club meeting. Please send me a message if you have questions! Thanks!

Author: Dr. Amy Novotny

Amy Novotny is a physical therapist, marathon/ultra runner and nature photographer. She treats patients for a variety of conditions but specializes in chronic pain and calming an overactive nervous system using special diaphragmatic breathing. She has used this technique to help her qualify and run in four Boston marathons! She enjoys the outdoors and can often be found running and hiking on trails in throughout Arizona. She attempts to capture the beauty of nature with her photography both locally in Arizona and also throughout the United States. She is becoming more interested in wildlife photography and attempting to capture the emotion of animal interactions. In her spare time, Amy volunteers as a photo guide for the Arizona Highways PhotoScapes nonprofit and shares her joy of nature with others. Please feel free to contact her regarding her photography, physical therapy or running.

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