Guest Speaker, Shari Miller
Shari Miller is a photographer with a passion for seeking beauty in our ordinary, everyday lives. Through her work, she invites people to look more closely – more deeply – to see more of the beauty that exists in the world, in others, and within themselves.
Shari lives in Polk City with her husband and two sons and can often be found wandering the shores of Saylorville Lake posing and photographing feathers, acorns, shells, sand, driftwood, ice, wildflowers, foxtails, and other small bits of nature.
John is an award winning freelance photographer based in Bucks County PA. John is a passionate photographer and enthusiastic workshop leader. John is also an inspirational speaker sharing his program Dream – Believe – Create to audiences around the Country.
The wait is over... Join us for this annual event!
We'll have many still life stations set up around the room for you to learn techniques of still life shooting. Bring your gear - camera, tripod, strobe. If you're short something, many people will be willing to lend it to you. You can also bring in your own props!
You must be a dues paying member to attend this popular shoot.
Don Komarechka is a nature, macro and landscape photographer located in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. From auroras to pollen, insects to infrared, much of Don’s photographic adventures reveal a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Exploring the world that we cannot see with our own eyes has been a common thread in Don’s career as a professional photographer.
Mini-convention begins on Friday afternoon and concludes following Sunday lunch.
Excellent programs & workshops are scheduled, interspersed with N4C business meetings, and wonderful food.
For more information, visit the N4C website
2018 N4C Spring Mini-Convention Tentative Schedule
Cost is minimal. It is a good place to become better acquainted with other photographers from the N4C region in a beautiful natural setting.
St. Thomas More Center is located west of Panora, Iowa, overlooking Lake Panorama.
* Meeting rooms, dining hall with round tables
* Dorms have enough bunk beds so everyone can use the lower bunk and use the upper for your things. You will need to bring all your own bedding and pillow; and towel.
* It is a no smoking campus.
* If you want to camp, you can make reservations at the campground at Springbrook.