The Valley Center Library will host an Artist Meet & Greet with Sandra Lee Zelasko, award winning and published wildlife photographer on Saturday, April 18, 2-4 p.m. at the Valley Center Library, 29200 Cole Grade Rd., San Diego, 92082. Zelasko will be sharing fifteen images from her “Wildlife Collection” exhibition. She will discuss techniques used to capture images that tell a story and answer questions to help you improve your photography. Zelasko says success in photography all comes down to dedication, passion and continuing education. “The best advice I could give an aspiring photographer is to study work of others in the field. Begin with an exceptional capture, add a solid workflow and you will start seeing the potential in your images,” Zelasko says.
“Sandy is an accomplished and dedicated artist,” said Barbara Graham, president, Valley Center Art Association. “She is a very well-known and respected wildlife photographer. We feel privileged Sandy is willing to share her talent with her Valley Center neighbors.” “We hope everyone interested in art, photography or wildlife will come to meet Sandy,” said Carolyn McGraw Valley Center Art Association member. Sandy is not only generous with her time and expertise but great fun to talk with. Her experiences photographing in Alaska, Wyoming, Montana and other beautiful areas are wonderfully entertaining.”
For more information about the artist, contact Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can see more of the “Wildlife Collection” at www.WatchingWildlife-Rocks.com, visiting www.SandraLeePhotography.com and sandraleephotography. blogspot.com