Game and Fish offers free wildlife photography workshops

Would you like to learn how to take better photographs of Wyoming’s stunning wildlife and scenery? If so, plan to attend a free photography workshop hosted by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

7/6/2015 2:53:11 PM

Cheyenne -

The workshop will teach you to capture compelling stories, create dynamic compositions and control the technical aspects of your images. The two-hour workshop includes a classroom presentation and the opportunity for you to shoot photos under the guidance of the instructor.

The workshops will each be from 2-4 p.m. in the Game and Fish regional offices. The two-hour-long sessions will include a presentation and the opportunity for you to shoot under the guidance of the instructor, photography intern Jessica Grant. After the workshop you will be prepared to take stunning images of Wyoming's wild places and animals.

Here is a list of the upcoming photo workshops:

July 7 - Cody (2820 State Highway 120)
July 8 - Sheridan (700 Valley View Drive)
July 17 - Lander (260 Buena Vista Drive)
July 21 - Laramie (528 South Adams Street)
July 27 - Green River (351 Astle Avenue)
July 28 - Pinedale (432 East Mill Street)
July 29 - Jackson (420 North Cache)
August 17 - Casper (3030 Energy Lane, Suite 100)

Grab your camera and come to this free workshop. Please RSVP to Jessica Grant at


(Al Langston, (307) 777-4540)

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