Take your wildlife photography to the next level. For both beginner or intermediate photographers, learn what it takes to conceptualize, find, capture and post process great wildlife photography. You will learn not just tips and tricks but the foundation to consistently create great wildlife photography. This workshop is designed to give you the skills you need to go out on your own and create beautiful and engaging wildlife imagery.
I believe the best way to learn many things are to do them yourself, this particularly applies to photography. When anyone asks my opinion on the best way to get better at photography the first thing I tell them is to get out and shoot, a lot, I mean take photos as often as you possibly can. You will learn so much with your camera in your hand and just getting out there.
The other half of photography is done on the computer where post processing plays a very important role. From simply organizing thousands of photos to taking a particular photo to the next level, all the steps involved on the computer side of photography can be just as important as the camera side.
Join me to photograph the normally elusive Wood Duck at a location where they are numerous and very friendly. The Wood Ducks of Wissahickon Creek are generally habituated to people and will allow you to get very close to them. The males are one of the most beautiful and colorful ducks found in the area and watching the group that lives here can be very entertaining. You will usually get to photograph individuals, pairs and hopefully lots of interaction between the ducks. So reserve your spot now and spend a morning or afternoon learning how to photograph these amazing waterfowl.
Join me in photographing the wide variety of wintering waterfowl and shorebirds at the Barnegat Light jetty and beach. It's a cold and usually windy place to be but you can find such a variety of birds concentrated along the jetty here that can be tough to find anywhere else, most famously the Harlequin Duck!
Join me in photographing the gorgeous and elusive Hooded Merganser.