209 E Sheridan St
Tuesday, June 25, 20198:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Within just a few miles of Ely, approximately 31 species of wild orchids can be found, and Ken knows where to find them. This class will give the weekend’s students more time in the field, as well as others who have a good understanding of their camera and want to join in the fun. Bring a camera (DSLR preferred), the manual, all lenses, tripod, and a bagged lunch.
Every season is a bit different, due to weather, but during the chosen weekend (in various years), I have photographed stemless ladyslippers, ramshead ladyslippers, large yellow ladyslippers, showy ladyslippers, hooker’s orchid, early coralroot, spotted coralroot, arethusa (dragon’s mouth), northern green orchid, large round-leaved orchid, and small purple-fringed orchid.
About the instructor: Ken says, “I live in northern Minnesota and have been interested in photography since I won a box camera at a carnival when I was six. The last couple of years have finally seen an opportunity when finances and free time have allowed me to begin playing with the interest. I have been taking nature shots and sport photos for awhile and am just beginning to play with studio photography.”
Ken has also taught other digital photography classes at the Ely Folk School and has more to come in July, September, and November.