Wednesday, December 19, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

NEW LOCATION--Alpharetta Arts Center – 238 Canton Street, Alpharetta, GA. (Corner of Canton St. and Mayfield Rd.) Overflow parking, if required, will be along Canton Street.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm. 6:30 to 7:00 pm will be time for socializing. Presentation will begin at 7:15 pm.

Members as well as interested potential members are invited to join us.

Ever wonder what there is to photograph at Stone Mountain other than the carving, grist mill, or train? Join Larry Winslett on December 19th, as he discusses his photography work and other activities as Stone Mountain during the last 30 years. He will talk about nature photography possibilities at Stone Mountain.

Please join us for a very enlightening presentation.

Larry’s Bio—

Larry Winslett is an award winning nature photographer who has chronicled the natural world in many parts of the United States and Canada.  He has specialized in the regions’ wildflowers, animals, rivers, and streams. He is particularly noted for his work featuring the three major granite outcrops in Georgia—Stone, Panola, and Arabia Mountains.  His photographs have been featured in a variety of publications, such as Sierra, Wilderness, and Wild Mountain Times and can also be seen in four permanent exhibits at Stone Mountain Park.  His fine art prints are also displayed in such diverse locations as Stanford University and Cox Communications, and his work has been the focus of major exhibits at Stone Mountain’s Memorial Hall Museum and the Fernbank Natural History Museum. His photos have also been used by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Poetry Society, and the Dahlonega Chamber Music Festival.

Larry leads workshops and tours all over North America.  He teaches photography and Photoshop at the Showcase School in Atlanta, GA, the University of North Georgia’s Continuing Education Department in Dahlonega and Cumming, GA, and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Murphy, NC.  He has been a frequent judge and presenter for photography at the Audubon Society, the Southeastern Flower Show, the Photographic Society of America’s international photography competition in Chattanooga, TN, and for many photography clubs around the southeast. 

Using his photographs to help make a difference is one of Larry's passions. 

NEW LOCATION -- Alpharetta Arts Center – 238 Canton Street, Alpharetta, GA. (Corner of Canton St. and Mayfield Rd.) Additional parking, if required, will be at Alpharetta Elementary School. GOOGLE MAP

Doors will open at 6:30 pm. 6:30 to 7:00 pm will be time for socializing.

Members as well as interested potential members are invited to join us.

Join us on September 19th, as we learn together what it takes to make beautiful pictures this coming Autumn.

Fall color never fails to excite nature lovers and photographers.  The lush greens of summer give way to cooler temperatures and colorful foliage.  Crowds viewing fall color peak in most areas, and the parks are filled with cameras.  Wildlife is at its peak with a sense of urgency from the rut and last-minute feeding before winter.  It’s the perfect time of year for photography.

Given all the build-up, what can photographers do to make better fall images?  What kinds of scenes work best in Autumn?  What gear do you need?  What camera settings help to optimize your images?  What post processing tips can enhance fall images?

We’ll take a look at all these things and more to help you make the best fall landscape images.  If your interest is wildlife, we’ll talk about how to capture wildlife images that feature fall color.  Let’s get ready for Fall!


Eric Bowles is an Atlanta based nature photographer specializing in the southeastern states.  Eric is a photo educator providing photo tours, workshops and training both independently and Nikonians Academy.  Eric’s work has been exhibited in galleries, purchased by corporate and individual collectors, and published in books and magazines.  Eric provides individual instruction for photographers of all skill levels. 

Eric’s specialties include landscape, wildlife, macro and close-up photography, as well as infrared image making using modified cameras.  He is the director of Nikonians Academy.  Eric is a Board member and past committee chair for North American Nature Photography Association and a Board member and Vice President of Georgia Nature Photography Association. 

Eric is a frequent visitor and speaker for photography groups throughout Georgia and the Carolinas and co-host of the NANPA Webinar series.  For more information about Eric, visit his website at