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Friday, March 29, 2013

Omemee WOW Floral Photography Tips- Floral Design Photography Show

Walter Cracknell Shares WOW Floral Photography Tips! 

 April 15, 2013, noted photographer Water Cracknell will share tips to put the WOW in your photography, as keynote speaker at Omemee and District Horticultural Society Flower Design and Photography Show in Trinity United Church, Omemee 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome, and invited to bring friends. Trinity United Church is wheelchair accessible.

About  Walter Cracknell 

Walter has been involved with Photography jointly with his wife Peggy for over 40 years, having owned their own studio and lab. More recently they have transitioned into the digital world which has opened up a wider palette to express their varied interests. Walter is a Certified Photographic Councillor, he has taught photography at Sir Sanford Fleming College in Lindsay through the Continuing Education Department, and he has been a guest speaker and judge at many Horticultural and Photographic Societies. Walter and Peggy currently are involved with creating Archival Fine Art Photographs and their works have been shown in Oxford, Nova Scotia, Williams Design Studio, Bethany, Studio 203, Toronto, Blue Tomato, Peterborough, Assembly Hall, Toronto, Boyd Gallery, Bobcaygeon, and Civic Centre,Etobicoke. Walter has pieces in private collections in Peterborough, Lindsay, Orillia, Toronto and Germany.

Find out more about Omemee and District Horticulture Society at www.gardenontario.org/site.php/omemee

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