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I am excited to announce that I will now be teaching classes as part of the Centennial School District's Continuing Education Program.  My first class will be a hybrid class with the lecture being offered virtually on May 21st, and a field shoot on May 22nd.  For information on the class go to isd12.org/community-education.  Information on the program can be found on page 18 of the catalog.

This year, I will be one fo the presenters at the N4C Convention in Duluth Minnesota.  The N4C is a consortium of camera clubs mostly located in the upper midwest.  There are a few clubs from as far away as Wichita, KS.  More information about the conference can be found at http://n4c.us/.

If you are interested in learning or improving your Lightroom skills, I do offer web based 1-1 training.  The cost is $40 per hour.  For more information, send an email to don@frozenhiker.com.

The Playing with Fire Workshop scheduled for May 15th has been cancelled.  We are looking for a new date in the fall, so check back for more information.

I will be offering in-person lessons again beginning May 18th. The price remains the same as last year - $40 per hour.

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I am excited to be once again teaching photography classes out at the Arboretum. 


As a nature photographer, the Arboretum offers just about every type of subject matter.  My classes are designed to help you get the most out of your visits.


This year we will be offering some fun and interesting classes out at Hot Sams Foto Park. 

Topics include fire dancers, large scale still life, and light painting.  Each of these classes will provide both a lecture and hands-on.


For 2021, there will be three workshops.  We will be returning to Ely Oct 8 - 10, and the Badlands will Dec 2 - 5.

We will also be doing a Mustangs and Collies workshop at Riverside Mustangs and Collies.  The date for this is still being determined.

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Hopefully, we will be able to resume classes at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts.  As of right now, I don't have any information on when they plan to reopen.


The Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge visitor centers remain closed.  Along with the building closures, there are no in person programs are being offered.

I do hope to offer a few on-line programs over the winter.

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Now you can attend some of my lectures from the comfort of your own computer, tablet, or mobile device.

New for this year, I will be offering some of my lectures as free webinars.


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