2 Day Photo Workshop – Henry Ford Museum – Dearborn, Michgian

Posted: June 3, 2016 in Uncategorized
A two day workshop where I will  teach the participants how to create artistic close-up images within the small details from the great mass of subject matter.  The program will run each day from 9:30 to 5pm.   The workshop cost is $199 plus museum entrance fees each day.  For those coming from long distance I will send you a list of hotels near the museum. Those from out of state can fly into Detroit Metro Airport which is about 14 miles from the museum.  Extend your stay and  visit the Greenfield Village right next door to the Museum and see tons of historic buildings and learn about the past. Limited to 7 participants.
Two Day Photo Workshop – Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn, Michigan
September 12th, 13th
Times 9:30am to 5pm
Cost $199
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The Henry Ford Museum is the largest indoor museum in the country, and it has tons of great subjects to do close-up photography. Trains, Planes, Cars, Race Cars, Trucks, Carriages, Old Farm Equipment, Huge Machinery from Ford Factories, Clocks, Antique Furniture, Old Ornate Wood stoves, and others cool stuff I can’t think of right now. The building also sits next door to Greenfield Village which has tons of old famous buildings that were moved there. Tripod are welcome, and bring your long zoom lens.






















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