Sincell to Present Nature Photography Sessions for GILL

Garrett Institute for Lifelong Learning (GILL) will offer two sessions of Nature Photography presented by Angie Sincell, an adjunct professor of Art at Garrett College (GC), and a practicing artist who specializes in darkroom fine art photography. Sessions are scheduled for Tuesday, May 20, at 10 a.m. and Thursday, May 22, at 9 a.m. on the GC McHenry campus.

The first session, which will be held in a classroom, is designed to provide information about photography in general as well as specific techniques and tips for nature photography. Certain rules of photography, which can apply to all situations, will be discussed to help improve the quality of photos. Topics to be covered include exposure, composition, and information specific to each camera. Participants are asked to bring their own cameras and questions.  

The second session of Nature Photography will begin on the McHenry campus where instructor Sincell and class participants, equipped with their personal cameras, will board a Garrett College van for a three-hour photography field trip. This outing will provide the opportunity to practice photography skills in the field while under the watchful eye of this seasoned professional.

Sincell currently serves on the Garrett County Arts Council Board and recently opened Eye for Art Gallery & Studio where she hosts monthly art exhibits and offers other photographic services.

For more information on Nature Photography or to register one may contact Sarah Friend at the GC office of Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 301-387-3064. CEWD provides administrative support for GILL.