The LeConte Photographic Society will host Roger Trentham of Gatlinburg, TN for a program about “Wildlife” on Saturday, March 21, 2020 at the King Library in Sevierville, TN in the Burchfield Room. This program is free and open to the public.
Roger will share his knowledge of composition, techniques and locations for better wildlife photography. Bring your notepad so you can take lots of notes for future reference. He has a vast amount of knowledge to share with everyone. If you are serious about your photography and want to expand your knowledge, then plan to attend this program.
Roger Trentham is an eighth generation native of the Smoky Mountains who expresses his love of the mountains and their inhabitants through photography, exploring and hiking. He has spent his life studying and photographing nature in all it’s glory. Growing up hunting, fishing and exploring in the forests of East Tennessee has given him unique insights into the many moods and seasons of the Smokies and he has traveled extensively across the U.S. and parts of Canada pursuing his photographic passion.
Roger and his partners, Tyson Smith, Kathy Smith and Jerry Whaley, formed the Smoky Mountain School of Photography where they lead individuals, small groups and large groups in nature photography workshops such as macro, wildflowers, wildlife, fireflies, hummingbirds and image processing. More information about these and other workshops can be found at www.smokymountainsop.com.
Roger’s images have been published and shared both regionally and nationally and he continues teaching nature photography through workshops, seminars and nationally recognized events such as the annual Wilderness Wildlife Week.
This program is not sponsored by the King Library. If you’d like to learn more about our photo club, please visit www.lecontephotographic.com. Our monthly meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm at the King Library.