This safari is limited to 10 participants to maximize instructor time. Tuition is $899 per person, and includes instruction and image critique sessions.
Meals, transportation and lodging are the responsibility of the participant; I will arrange a block of rooms at a discounted group rate at a local hotel.
We will be based in Florida City, Florida, for quick access to the park. I’ve deliberately scheduled this itinerary to be during weekdays to minimize crowds in the shooting locations.
Day 1: Meet at 12pm at hotel; orientation followed by evening shoot at Anhinga Trail
Day 2: Morning shoot at Anhinga Trail, Afternoon Image Critique; Sunset Shoot at Pah-hay-okee
Day 3: Morning shoot at Eco Pond area/ Flamingo; Sunset Shoot TBD.
Day 4: Shark Valley Trail (morning); Group Image Sharing (Evening).
Day 5: Depart for home
What you will see:
Double-Crested Cormorant, Snowy Egret, Great Blue Heron, Green Heron, Purple Gallinule, Snail Kite, American Bittern, Little Blue Heron, American Alligator, Osprey, Red-tailed Hawk, Turkey Vulture, Black Vulture, Palm Warbler, Roseate Spoonbill, Eastern Phoebe, Northern Cardinal…maybe more!
What you will need:
DLSR with 300mm or longer lens
Laptop with photo editing software for image critique
I’m back from leading a great workshop at the Arches/Canyonlands area near Moab, UT. I’ve got lots of images, but my class participants have even more! More blogs soon, but here’s an image from the trip in the meantime.
The early bird catches the worm. The early photographer catches the sunrise. This is the world-famous Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park, near Moab, UT. I shot here this morning to tune-up for the workshop I’m leading with Rick Walker today through Sunday. I’m thinking we’re going to have some great shooting! More shots will be posted here on my Flickr stream as I get through them.
There’s a reason I shoot wildlife and landscapes. Birds and deer don’t ever complain that I didn’t get their “good side,” or ask me to retouch their photos. Also, most outdoor photography is all about natural light. I admit, I’m a big fan of The Hot Shoe Diaries and I’m amazed at what can be done with the Nikon CLS system. I just don’t have many opportunities to try out the fancy techniques. That changed on Saturday when I attended my friend David Tejada’s Small Strobes, Big Results workshop. Even though I had a reasonable understanding of flash technique, David’s class brought everything together in a studio/location setting.
I’ve been invited to visit Connecticut this September to present a series of digital photography seminars and workshops. Thanks to the fine folks at Milford Photo, I’ll be traveling to present three days of photographic instruction. I can’t wait to get out there and meet you!
Friday, September 10th, 7-9pm The Magic of Digital Landscape Photography(Free Seminar) Click here to RSVP