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The outdoor weekend you’ve been craving is now a reality.  Prepare for an event where your thirst for the Outdoor High is quenched. Each day will be filled exactly how you choose; pristine views, a challenging new class, calming waters, the smell of fresh pine, the thrill of a dirt trail and company that inspires.  #TakeItOutside
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Friday, September 8 • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Mobile/Smartphone Photography Adventure ~ 12:30PM-2:00PM Filling

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Join us for a photography adventure and hike in a beautiful setting and learn the basics of smartphone photography, including adventure planning, photo composition, and mobile editing applications. Leave the heavy camera behind and learn together in a fun group settingThe hike will be on an easy trail of 1-2 miles to capture several beautiful scenes and subjects.
Mobile or smartphone required.
10 Essentials required

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Scott Kranz

Scott Kranz (@scott_kranz) is a full-time commercial and editorial outdoor photographer based in Seattle, Washington. Partnering with the world’s leading outdoor brands, his professional work focuses on outdoor sports, lifestyle, landscapes, and travel photography and storytelling. With a fiery passion for the outdoors and a unique creative eye, Scott specializes in capturing authentic moments in real adventure while surrounded by the most wild, rugged, and pristine beauty of North America and around the world. Follow Scott's work and adventures on... Read More →

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At CamelBak, we are the pioneers of hands free hydration but we are so much more than that.  We want to empower and fuel you to farther than you imagined on whatever journey you might be on.  We went to encourage you to go off script and live in a moment without distraction. At C... Read More →

Friday September 8, 2017 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Peterson Grove and Pond

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