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Jared Kennedy | 03.10.2014

Join Outdoor Project and Pro Photo Supply at Base Camp Brewing for an introduction to photographing the great outdoors! In this FREE class, we will be covering everything from choosing and packing your gear to technique and photographic storytelling. For adventures and budgets big or small, learn about the best photo gear to get the most out of your experience. (Please note: due to space limitations, we will be accepting a maximum of 30 people into this event.)

WHEN: Wednesday, March 19th, 7-9 PM

WHERE: Base Camp Brewing Company, 930 SE Oak Street, Portland, OR 97214


Topics covered:
Choosing a camera - Point-and-shoot, mirrorless ILC, or DSLR?
How to pack - Learn the ins and outs of preparing for your adventure from a seasoned Outdoor Project contributor.
Technique - Learn the basics of exposure and compensation, as well as the best times of day to get great photos outdoors.
Storytelling - Photography is all about the story. You'll learn what to look for, what types of shots to get, and how to present them when you get home.

Halvor Tweto - Outdoor Project
Originally from Eugene, Hal is happy to have recently returned to Oregon with his family after stints in Missouri and Montana. He lives in Portland, where he uses the Outdoor Project to explore the unfamiliar in and around his home state. Hal is a contributor and a content editor for the Outdoor Project, roles that allow him to continue his lifelong fascinations with photography, language, and the outdoors.

Daven Mathies - Pro Photo Supply
As Multimedia Producer, Daven is responsible for much of the content you read and watch online in Pro Photo Supply's various channels. This includes product reviews, tips and tricks, the infamous Top Photo Gear camera show, and these very words you are reading right now. There are few people as eager to spend an evening geeking-out over cameras, beer, and the great outdoors.

Base Camp Brewing
Base Camp Brewing Company is the result of brewmaster Justin Fay’s determined vision and years of hard work.  His and brewer Paul Thurston’s combined decades of professional brewing experience are evident in each of Base Camp’s recipes.  Each of their beers have been crafted with an eye toward innovation and creativity as well as consistency and balance, making for awesome brewskies that are at once approachable for any beer drinker and satisfying for the most adventure-minded palate.


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