July 09, 2009

Unique photography workshop in September

Reader Erin English let me know about a cool photography workshop being held this fall in Crested Butte, Colorado, for individuals with cognitive disabilities. She writes,

Individuals with cognitive disabilities are invited to take part in this nature photography workshop held during prime “leaf-peeping” time in the Elk Mountains. The camp will cover all of the basic skills needed to take great photos: lighting, composition and subject. Photographers will find plenty of adventure along the way as they search for their perfect shot. A slide show presentation wraps things up on the final day, and will be sure to please. Families are encouraged to participate; all ages welcome.

Check out the Adaptive Sports Center site for more info.

On a tangentially related note, I see that the InDesign team has just posted a document on how to create accessible PDFs using ID–documents that are screen-reader-friendly, for example.

Posted by John Nack at 9:40 PM on July 09, 2009

Comments

  • Michael Wypasek — 5:17 AM on July 10, 2009

    Way cool! As the father of an autistic boy, I think any program to help people with cognitive disabilities enjoy and create art is fantastic.

  • Nature Photography — 8:58 AM on July 13, 2011

    A wonderful opportunity.

    Wish there were more opportunities like this.

    Especially nature photo workshops that are free.

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