Join Christopher Padgett for this special Boston Center for Adult Education class on Saturday, October 14 from noon – 3 that focuses on gaining technical skills while taking fun photographs of the Public Garden and Boston Common during the peak of leaf-peeping. Class will start at the BCAE at 122 Arlington Street and the group will move on to the Public Garden down the street. Students should be intermediate-level photographers and bring their own digital cameras. It is recommended that if students have a tripod they bring it to the class.
Christopher Padgett is a photographer based in Salem, Massachusetts whose passion lies in landscape and architecture photography. Unfortunately, buildings usually don’t buy photos of themselves, so he does occasional weddings and family portraits as well. His work has been published online, in several Greater Boston magazines, and sold in North Shore boutiques. Chris also has twelve years of commercial radio experience, hosting morning shows in three different state capitols over ten years, podcasting to the world from friends’ homes and even running a pirate radio station from the top of Beacon Hill at one point, but don’t tell the FCC that part. $65. Register online at www.bcae.org.