Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge Creative Vision Workshop
From: 11/21/2013 To: 11/24/2013
November is prime time for bird photography as the fall migration is under way. Snow geese fill the air as they take off and land en masse. Other common birds include cormorants, snowy egrets, great blue herons, plus shore birds. There are also wild ponies and sika deer to be found around Chincoteague. In addition to the wildlife, the beach and marsh areas offer prime venues for photographing scenes at sunrise and sunset.
Throughout the workshop Corey Hilz is out in the field working with participants for extended periods of time. He'll be assisting attendees and answering questions during the photo sessions. Corey is there to help you build your photography skills and creative vision. Small groups allow him to work with everyone individually in the field. In between photo sessions we'll have "classroom" time where you'll learn from presentations, critiques and software demonstrations (digital workflow, image optimization, plug-ins). Photo critiques are a great way to learn how your images can be improved, as well as see how other people photographed the same location.
For more information or to register, visit Corey's website.