Thursday, January 18th through Sunday, January 21st
Featuring numerous birding photography opportunities
Instructors: Don Toothaker & Mark Buckler
Recommended prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of your Camera
All Skill Levels Welcomed
Florida is considered by many to be a mecca of bird photography. In addition to the abundance of birdlife in the state, the birds are quite approachable and easy to photograph. We will explore some of the best bird photography locations in the state, including the famed Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. But in addition to this iconic bird photography location, there are several other lesser-known, nearby sites where the photography is simply spectacular. This trip will occur at a time of year when many birds will be in breeding plumage (and exhibiting some breeding behavior). You can expect to photograph a variety of species including; egrets, herons, ibis, terns, plovers, gallinules, oystercatchers, osprey, pelicans, wood storks, roseate spoonbills, ducks, black skimmers and much more. We will also photograph some of the beautiful landscapes in this area.
We will maximize our time in the field shooting a multitude of subjects as well as incorporating classroom instruction, critiques, and photographic discussion each day.
Use of Lenses
Shooting in Low Light
The cost of this trip includes the cost of lodging and transportation while on location. You will need to separately purchase a flight ticket (or transportation) to and from Titusville, Florida. Meals are not included in the cost of the trip.
To make only a deposit, select the “Deposit Only” box below. All payments are due 30 days prior to the workshop.
Upon signing up for this walk, you will receive a confirmation email. This will list more specific instructions.
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