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Beginner Photography Workshop at Clover Hill Winery

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Are you looking to improve your photography skills? Spend the afternoon, Sunday, May 19, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m., at Clover Hill Winery, with award-winning photographer Jim Gavenus, capturing the beautiful setting at Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery. Jim will start off by guiding you through a better understanding of camera functions, lighting and composition. Then attendants will spend the afternoon photographing in the vineyard (weather permitting) and in the winery. At the completion of the class, all guests will be rewarded with wine and cheese! This class is limited in size and class requirements are as follows:
~ DSLR camera and manual (if possible) required to bring with you
~ Fully charged camera battery
~ Memory card
~Class will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m.
~ Tickets are $70 per person
Beginner Photography Workshop tickets are nonrefundable.

About the photographer:
Jim Gavenus is an internationally recognized documentary photographer. His projects focusing on the human condition, social injustice and civil rights have won him numerous awards and have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the globe.

Witnessing the beauty and heartache of the world first hand, his intimate images and poignant storytelling are evidence of our time. He is the recipient of the Gordon Parks Documentary Photographer of the Year Award.
His editorial work covers a range of events both large and small, with an emphasis on the music industry. His work appears for Sony Music, Columbia Records, Lost Highway Records, Merlefest and FarmAid. He has worked with more than 30 Hall of Fame musicians, is regularly featured in industry publications, and his work was selected for the North Carolina Bluegrass Hall of Fame.

Gavenus has exhibited his work and is represented in the permanent collections of the Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida; The Gordon Parks Center of Photography, Fort Scott, Kansas; The New York Historical Society, New York, New York; and Mother Jones, San Francisco, California.

Find more information about Jim Gavenus at his Facebook page.