Photo Field Trip: Tiny Texas Towns
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About The Event
We'll make three stops on our photo field trip: New Sweden, where you'll find a 145-year-old church and cemetery; Taylor, which has preserved its historical downtown; and Coupland, home of the thriving Coupland Texas Dance Hall. You'll have the opportunity to hang out with fellow photographers and take photos in these picturesque tiny towns. Plus, Kat will share her tips for finding other rural Texas gems.
This field trip is for photographers of all levels with an interest in Texas history and architectural and landscape photography. Please bring lunch; your camera; any lens you wish to use; a fully-charged camera battery; and a memory card. Your camera’s instruction manual may also be helpful to have on hand.
Transportation and snacks included!
Excursion Leader: Kat Swansey is a landscape photographer based in Austin, Texas. She picked up her first camera at age 13 and has been in love with film ever since. She shoots with a wide variety of color films, leaving no question about the beauty in Texas' vast blue skies and rugged exterior. She was born and raised in a small town in Texas and focuses on capturing abandoned structures, ghost towns, and rural communities across the Lone Star State. Follow Kat on Instagram @katswanseyphoto.
- Photo Field Trip: Tiny TX Town$50$500$0