Nature Photography

Join us for one of our nature photography workshops. We offer beginning through advanced level nature photography and you do not need a fancy camera to join us. While a great camera is nice to have, it’s not critical for great shots. After all it’s not the brush that creates the masterpiece, but rather the artist holding the brush. We will guide you in how to think about composition, lighting considerations, and lead you through activities that will help you to understand how various camera settings affect the photo. Most importantly, we will practice techniques for photographing a variety of animals. Some will cooperate and remain quire still, while others will attempt to evade us before we can even focus. There are many challenges in nature photography that are not inherent in traditional studio photography and to be quite honest, it’s common to shoot hundreds of pictures to get a handful of epic shots. Nature photography is a journey of lifetime learning and our workshops are designed to share the experience of discovery with friends. We hope you will join us for our next adventure, don’t forget to register for member only discounts and special events.

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