Madden photography club set to have beginner program for enthusiasts

Madden Photography Club is all set to arrange an Introduction to Photography program on 26th April, at Madden Hall. Those looking to learn more regarding their camera are now welcome to come out and take part in the program.
Madden Photography Club’s Bill Rendall told that they were putting this on for the community to take part in. This is a basic understanding of your camera. To take part, one just has to bring a camera and a manual work. No experience is required to participate in this program. Bill added that there are around sixteen memberships and he welcome more people to come out and take part.
The club started in April as a reaction from club members in community asking Rendall to contribute his expertise, and it meets once a month. Along with a keen interest in livestock and wildlife photography, Bill told that he has been sharpening his skills since he was just sixteen year old.
Even though, he has never had any formal guidance, yet he attended a whole lot of seminars throughout Canada and he has also worked with pro photographers. When he is not out at each community programs clicking snaps, he goes on to farm and he is also a Madden volunteer firefighter.
He added that he love photography because this is a creative outlet and there are a lot of different aspects to this. In June, previous year, Bill told that he is surprised and even embarrassed by the nice things folks were saying about him that night.

Madden Photography Club is all set to arrange an Introduction to Photography program on 26th April, at Madden Hall. Those looking to learn more regarding their camera are now welcome to come out and take part in the program.

Madden Photography Club’s Bill Rendall told that they were putting this on for the community to take part in. This is a basic understanding of your camera. To take part, one just has to bring a camera and a manual work. No experience is required to participate in this program. Bill added that there are around sixteen memberships and he welcome more people to come out and take part.

The club started in April as a reaction from club members in community asking Rendall to contribute his expertise, and it meets once a month. Along with a keen interest in livestock and wildlife photography, Bill told that he has been sharpening his skills since he was just sixteen year old.

Even though, he has never had any formal guidance, yet he attended a whole lot of seminars throughout Canada and he has also worked with pro photographers. When he is not out at each community programs clicking snaps, he goes on to farm and he is also a Madden volunteer firefighter.

He added that he love photography because this is a creative outlet and there are a lot of different aspects to this. In June, previous year, Bill told that he is surprised and even embarrassed by the nice things folks were saying about him that night.

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