The LeConte Photographic Society will sponsor a program by professional photographer Larry Perry of Knoxville on Thursday, May 22nd at 6:30pm at the King Library in Sevierville in the Burchfield Room. Enter from the side door.
The title of the program is “An Evening with Larry…A Program of Contrasts!”
Larry Perry, a well-known local and nationally recognized nature photographer, will be presenting a program of interest to everyone. He is often controversial but always educational
Perry is known among photographers for his weekly Larry Notes on digital photography. He is the author of 27 books and 400 magazine articles on a wide variety of subjects from business to Photoshop photography. An adjunct professor at UT and UCLA, Mr. Perry is an expert on international telecommunications and has testified before Congress on several occasions. He is also a world traveler who has visited 117 countries around the world. Mr. Perry has used his skills with a Nikon camera to become a prize winning nature and wildlife photographer whose images have been seen in over 11 magazines with three cover shots last year alone. He is a certified Adobe Photoshop Instructor and has taught photography around the country. He loves wildlife photography and sharing his programs with area schools, retirement homes, and prisons. Larry’s programs are often controversial, but always entertaining. Ken Jenkins, noted wildlife photographer and owner of Beneath the Smoke Gallery in Gatlinburg, TN, calls Larry, “one the best kept secrets in the Smokies.”
Please join us for this free program. This is another in a series of photographic programs presented by the LeConte Photographic Society. See our web page for directions to the library. http://LeContePhotographic.Com. This program is not a library sponsored event. The LeConte Photographic Society meets the first Tuesday of every month, at the King Family library with friendly competition at 6:30 p.m. and is open for the public to attend.