Penn State Great Valley is set to capture the perfect scene for aspiring photographers and art enthusiasts: a free workshop filled with stunning photos and tangible tips and tricks, no matter what kind of camera or phone they have.
The Chester County Camera Club is hosting the event at 6 PM on Wednesday.
“We’re thrilled to host members from the Chester County Camera Club and discover how photography can be so accessible,” said Suzanne Cruit, Penn State Great Valley’s Associate Director of Corporate and Community Relations.
“Southeastern Pennsylvania boasts beautiful scenery and a deep history. I hope guests are inspired to use their phones to capture light and subjects in extraordinary ways.”
Camera Club members aim to share their talents and expertise, brush up on photography’s history, and showcase images captured in and around the county, particularly at Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Some of the club’s best work is also on display on the Penn State Great Valley campus in the Henry Gallery. “Photography as Art … Through the Lenses of Chester County Photographers” will be open at the start of the workshop, and also runs through May 8. It’s open for free on weekdays from 9 AM-5 PM.
Register for the free photography workshop at Penn State Great Valley here.