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Drawing Garfield Park

Drawing Garfield Park

Saturday 09 March
Pagoda Drive, Indianapolis - 1pm - 2 Hours
Indianapolis Art Group
Jennifer Blue Hands
Embark on a delightful artistic journey with our event theme, 'Drawing Garfield Park.' Bring your sketchpads and pencils as we capture the beauty and essence of Garfield Park through art. Whether you're a seasoned artist or just starting, join us in celebrating the vibrant scenes and tranquil moments this beloved park offers. Let's sketch, share, and savor the artistic spirit of Garfield Park together!
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Indianapolis .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

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    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
    Beautiful weather and fantastic venue. It was challenging to find all the different landmarks, but we got to all the major ones! According to my phone, we walked over a mile and a half, but it didn't feel like it. Highly recommend any other trips to this location. As a bonus, I got to practice my long exposure with a fountain near the gate. Pretty happy with the results!
    Nikki did an awesome job of guiding the group thru crown hill picking out the best spots for shoots
    Excellent nicole was awesome helped me out a bunch.

    The Critique session was very helpful. Nichole provided some very good ideas and gave me a different perspective. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is working on improving their photography.
    Excellent. Nicole was great pointed out a few things that I should try to improve my photography.
    Great event! It was beautiful weather, lots of people out & about. Lots of opportunities for great photos. The instructor did a good job of offering tips on approaching people, as well as practical tips for the photos themselves. The tour of the Bottleworks Hotel was wonderful as well!!

    Very nice nicole did a great job!
    Nicole Meisberger
    Nicole is a native of Indianapolis who holds a degree in Visual Communications from "the film days." She prefers to master techniques through the camera rather than rely on digital software enhancements. Her work ranges from exhibiting fine art to portraiture, product photography, theatrical posters, headshots, street photography to anything worthy of a photograph while exploring. She likes to play with light and long exposures as well.

    Nicole is busy with two active teenage daughters, three dogs and two cats. Occasionally, she volunteers with Be My Eyes, Heartland Film, school, her parish and neighborhood organizations. If given the chance, she loves to travel.

    In the past, she was president of the Irvington Photo Club. Her other hobbies include home improvements, golf, First Friday exhibits and thrifting.
    Ibeabuchi Ifeanyi
    Ifeanyi Benard is a photographer with more than 8 years of experience shooting at events and parties and then transitioned into portraits. He started out as a hobbyist and then it became a profession along the line.

    He enjoys meeting new people , having conversations around photography and watching soccer games. He's very excited about the vast array of opportunities photography offers, being able to show people the world from theie own perspective.

    Ibeabuchi Ifeanyi is available for private bookings

    Available most Saturdays from 10am till 5pm for weddings, portraits, and events photography

    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Columbus, Indiana
    12 2:00 minute exposures stacked of C-130 Hercules transport aircraft practicing night landings & take offs. There were two of these confirmed, possibly a third joined in but not 100 sure.
    Credit: Craig Dearing

    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Downtown Indianapolis
    I'm intrigued by lines and lights. So when I capture photos I look for yhe best lines to compose my shot. My editing style is dark and moody.
    Credit: Michael Foster
    Facebook: BeyomdFocusIndy
    Instagram: BeyondFocusIndy
    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Indianapolis Zoo
    One of the two Alaskan Brown Bears at the Indianapolis Zoo.Cannon 80Df/4.51/125ISO640100mm
    Credit: Will Ott
    Instagram: Alaskan Brown Bear

    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Seymour, Indiana
    Taken just befor dawn north of Seymour on the White Fuji GFX100slens: Fuji 23mmEXIF:20 sec, f/4.5ISO 125
    Credit: Craig Dearing

    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Indianapolis Zoo
    This is Cashmere, one of the four slender-tailed meerkats that lived in the desert at the Indianapolis Zoo.
    Credit: Will Ott
    Indianapolis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Wabash River near Covington, Indiana
    Taking the long way home early in the morning from my parent's house in Illinois, I was slowly driving along East River Road and saw movement in the sunlight. There was a doe standing a few feet off the side of the road, so I grabbed my camera, of course. When I looked up to take a pic, I saw this big buck staring at me. We had a staredown for about a minute or so before we parted ways. It was a wonderful moment.
    Credit: Tamara Bond
    Facebook: Tammy Bond
    Instagram: Tambond007

    Spokane Photography Group
    Title or Location: In my basement office/studio
    Working on trying new things! Plucked this Puff out of my front yard flower bed. Used a small compact mirror to create the shot using natural daylight thorough the window. The black and white spoke drama with such a simple subject. Taken with Canon rebel t7 and efs 18-55mm f/3.5-6.6Settings 1/60 f5.6
    Credit: Aleisha Jones

    Westchester Photography Group
    Title or Location: At a farm outside of Ponce, PR
    This was a shot among a field of beautiful pineapples in all different stages of growth. I loved the vibrancy of the coloriPhone 13 Pro
    Credit: Ellie K
    Facebook: Ellie Krolian
    Central Coast Photography Group
    Title or Location: Catherine Hill Bay NSW Australia
    I always love this location to capture the Milky Way. Its very peaceful at 3am. I wanted to get in early for the Milky Way season and was very happy with the way it turned out.
    Credit: Ben Stewart
    Facebook: Beautiful Blue Images Photography
    Instagram: beautifulblueimagesinc

    Hertfordshire Photography Group
    Title or Location: My back garden in Hemel Hempstead
    As a deep space photographer, I like to take photos of outer space targets that our eyes cannot see. These photos require a lot of patience and a lot of clear nights reason why my telescopes are working almost every night when it isn't cloudy. Astrophotography is very different from all the other types of photography, a single photo sometimes requires tens of hours under the clear night sky but the result is very satisfying.In this photo, I would like to present to you the California Nebula
    Credit: Emil Andronic
    Leeds Photography Club
    Title or Location: Under the Arches, Leeds
    This is part of a huge street art display, a real gem in Leeds. I loved the different displays of hands walking, creates a real sense of movement and intrigue. Photo was taken around 11am. The light you see shining on the hand is from a wall light. Camera setting - F4.2, 1/400 shutter and ISO 200.
    Credit: Ruth Rushton

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