Wednesday, April 15, 2015

"The Nature of Photography: Life in the Field" Wednesday, April 29, Joe McNally

In more than 50 countries over a 30-year career, internationally acclaimed photographer Joe McNally has mastered the art of taking photographs that tell stories with artistry and compassion and that make expert use of color and light. Known for his series "Faces of Ground Zero--Portraits of the Heroes of September 11th," McNally has photographed stories for Sports Illustrated, LIFE, and National Geographic magazines, among others.

On Wednesday, April 29, McNally will draw on his extensive experience and portfolio to show how to bring emotional impact to photographs of people in nature, focusing on composition, lighting, and the inherent drama of the shot. His talk, titled "The Nature of Photography: Life in the Field," begins at 6:30 p.m. in Ross Hall at The New York Botanical Garden.

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Thank you,
Mary Grace Orlando 
The New York Botanical Garden