Here are the top five reasons to attend an upcoming Wildlife Photography Workshop, to be held on the DSU campus on Saturday, April 27, from 9 AM to 1 PM, according to Delta State’s Division of Mathematics and Sciences, which presents the event with the Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area and the Delta State Wildlife Society.
No. 1: Learn new techniques of taking wildlife photographs. Workshop leaders and DSU faculty members AHM Ali Reza, associate professor of biology, and Will Jacks, adjunct photography instructor, have many years of experience.
No 2: Gain expertise in using your own camera equipment. Participants bring their own camera equipment to use during the event.
No. 3: Be inspired by the natural history of the Mississippi Delta. It contains many unusual vertebrate and invertebrate species.
No. 4: Acquire a certificate of completion. Participants receive a personalized certificate after completing the half-day workshop.
No. 5: Network with professionals and students. After all, networking is crucial to business success.
The Wildlife Photography Workshop will take place in Caylor Hall and on the DSU campus. Cost: $10 for DSU affiliates and $15 for community members. Lunch, snacks, transportation, and a notebook included. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 662-846-4242.