- Limited to: 6 photographers
- Policy: All workshops are non-smoking
- Location: Green Valley, Arizona
- Dates: May 9-12; May14-17
- Wait List: add me to the wait list
This workshop is not only about learning how to get birds to land on that perfect perch, but you will also get lots of action images and birds in flight. You will learn how to best utilize feeders, ponds, and bird calls to bring species in, and then how to control the situation to get that stunning portrait with the intimate pose.
- How to locate certain species.
- How to get birds to land where you want them to.
- How to search for and select the appropriate perch.
- How to place the perch in relation to the background and sun direction.
- How to dress up the perches to match the bird’s habitat.
- How to work a feeder and water drip to their best advantage.
- How to get stunning images of songbirds in flight
- All the tips and tricks that bring a stunning image together.
We have two amazing locations on private property with a lot of species that are constantly active in front of the blinds. Land owner Dano Grayson danograyson.com is a photographer himself and knows what bird photographers want to see in the viewfinder. He has setup the most amazing blinds with the right combination of habitat, water and food and backgrounds. One afternoon session we will photograph a variety of snake species and Gila Monster. In addition, we have an optional evening activity photpgraphing bats at the pond. All flash and trigger equipment will be supplied.
Birds of Arizona | May 9-12, 2021 | $5200
DEPOSIT & FEES:
- The cost of the workshop is $5200 per person.
- A non-refundable 50% deposit is required to register.
- Your deposit fee will automatically calculate.
- This transaction is the 50% deposit only.
- Workshop fees include personalized instruction, fees for the exclusive use of the Elephant Head location and permits for use on the Mount Hopkins location in the Santa Rita mountains, unlimited drinking water, use of all blinds and lunch every day.
- The workshop fees do not include evening activity with the bats or evening meals.
A non-refundable deposit of 50% of the workshop fee is required for registration. The remaining balance must be paid 60 days prior to the workshop. Registrants who have not paid their remaining balance or made other arrangements by that date forfeit their spot in the workshop which may be assigned to someone on the waiting list and also lose their deposit.