Michael Madsen will coach a Memorial Day weekend class for novice photographers at Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior. The class is limited to 10 enrollees. Registration is $30 for arboretum annual members and $39 for non-members.Call 520-689-2723 to enroll. See more of the artist’s work at www.heartsrock.org, or e-mail him questions at madsen56@hotmail. com The Independent caught up with the Gilbert pro photographer for more info about his workshops.
Do you want to use your digital camera more effectively?
Do you want to know how to use more of your camera’s features?
Are you baffled by shutter speeds and f-stops?
Weeding through all the ChoicesI'm asked all the time--how can I choose the "right" photographer for my family? There are a lot of factors that go into selecting a family photographer. In this age of internet and affordable digital cameras, we've seen an influx of photographers....some great and some not, some serious business people and some hobbiests, and so on.
Now that we have suffered the circus of the Republican Presidential Primary provided for us, we must endure the next round, which will be provided by the Republican and Democratic primary's for Sheriff in Pinal County. Those that are running in this primary range from knowing nothing about law enforcement to some with a little experience.
In my opinion a special interest group within The Mammoth Town Council is attempting to thwart the law with a “Special Town Meeting” on Thursday April, 26, 2012 before the Runoff Election on May 15th.
The Pinal County Public Health District is holding its monthly Diabetes Education classes in May. This month’s classes will deal with depression and stress issues diabetics may come across in their battle with the disease.
Stress related to diabetes can affect blood glucose levels when a diabetic fails to take good care of themselves by watching what they eat. Stress hormones can also contribute to a rise in blood glucose levels.
Studies have shown that female diabetics are more likely to suffer from depression while fighting the disease.
So he had no idea 40 years ago that today he would be among Arizona's foremost photography teachers and receive national and international acclaim.