Photographic Society Of Chattanooga Announces Open House With Ledra Woodlee

Friday, September 20, 2019

The Photographic Society of Chattanooga will hold its annual Open House with special guest Ledra Woodlee on Thursday, Oct. 17. 

Ms. Woodlee is a travel, nature and landscape photographer based in North Georgia, who has 20 years of experience shooting and over 10 years of experience in photography instruction.  She is the force behind her company, Natural Connections Photo Workshops, and loves what she does—leading photography workshops around the country for people who like to travel, learn photography and have lots of fun while doing it. 

When she isn’t on a workshop, she can be found teaching classes at the Atlanta School of Photography, the Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Center and lecturing and presenting to numerous photo clubs around the Southeast. 

In 2017, her company Natural Connections Photo Workshops became the inaugural member of the new Olympus program “Olympus Workshop Partners.”   

Ms. Woodlee's program will be, “Preparation, Patience and Perseverance—The Crafting of the Photograph.”  Social time will begin at 6 p.m. and the presentation will begin at 7 p.m.  Visitors are welcome.

Refreshments will be served and drawings will be held for door prizes.  

The event will be held at the St. John United Methodist Church, 3921 Murray Hills Dr. in Chattanooga. 

For more information, call 423-344-5643 or e-mail Mickey Rountree at president@chattanoogaphoto.org.


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