This is going to be a great time in the field and in the classroom! With Randy Hampton leading the way, great people, great photography and the backdrop of the Nebraska's sandhill cranes, I can't think of a better way to spend a day! To sign up, just give Vicki a call at our office.
Here is the outline for the Wildlife Photography Workshop:
Hands on training and shooting.
Exposure control for low light.
Long lens photography techniques.
One leg or 3 don't forget the tripod or mono pod!
RAW or jpeg which is best.
Editing, pick your best photo and get the color correct.
Photo Field trips - farm fields and blinds.
Workshop time (class room) 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Photography crane viewing blinds in the morning (optional) and evening (included) of the workshop.
Field trip (shooting on the Center's grounds).
Lunch - bring your own brown bag or eat at the Center's snack bar.
Call 308-382-1820 to sign up.
Who is the workshop for?
Advanced amateur photographers who are ready to take thier wildlife photography to the next level. A digital SLR camera with removable lenses is recommended and a long lens of at least 300mm is best for successful wildlife photography.