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Scheduled Workshop, Tours & Programs
 
The following events have been confirmed for 2014.  Please check back often for updates and additions to this schedule.
 

 2014:
 
March 15: Nature Photography Seminar (classroom session) at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Cambridge, MD.
 
I am scheduled to teach a one day nature photography seminar during the refuge's annual Eagle Festival event on March 15. This will be a classroom session that will cover various aspects of wildlife, landscape, flower and close-up photography. Details are still in the works, so be sure to check back later. To learn more about the Eagle Festival, visit www.fws.gov/blackwater.
 
May 11-16: Nature Photography Workshop for the Roads Scholar Program - Chincoteague Bay Field Station– Wallops Island, Virginia   The Delmarva Peninsula is a wildlife and nature photographer's paradise bordered by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The Eastern Shore blends together golden marshes, wide-open bays, perfumed woodlands and sandy beaches, diverse ecosystems that support an equally varied array of wildlife. Bring along your camera and your passion for the natural world to create beautiful images of this astounding environment and to be inspired by efforts to conserve it. With a professional wildlife biologist who is also a nature photographer, author and former president of the North American Nature Photography Association, explore the practical and theoretical aspects of image creation and take advantage of full days of workshops, field sessions, photo critiques and more.
 
Tuition: $766
Road Scholar programs are all-inclusive. From lectures and field trips to gratuities and accommodations – the price you pay up front is the price you pay. To learn more, visit www.cbfieldstation.org
 
September 5 - September 6: Nature Photography Seminar and Workshop - Adaland Mansion, Phillipi, WV.
Sponsored by the Buckannon Upshur Camera Club.  On Saturday September 6, I will doing a one day nature photography seminar (classroom setting) at the Adaland Mansion.  The seminars starts at 9am and will end at 5pm.  On Sunday, September 7, I will lead a field session on the mansion grounds from 6am - 3pm. This session will include a photo-critique by Jim.  To register, email Alan Tucker at alanandliva@aol.com or call John Simmons at (304) 472-0528.
 
 
September 28 - October 3Nature Photography Workshop for the Roads Scholar Program - Chincoteague Bay Field Station– Wallops Island, Virginia
The Delmarva Peninsula is a wildlife and nature photographer's paradise bordered by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The Eastern Shore blends together golden marshes, wide-open bays, perfumed woodlands and sandy beaches, diverse ecosystems that support an equally varied array of wildlife. Bring along your camera and your passion for the natural world to create beautiful images of this astounding environment and to be inspired by efforts to conserve it. With a professional wildlife biologist who is also a nature photographer, author and former president of the North American Nature Photography Association, explore the practical and theoretical aspects of image creation and take advantage of full days of workshops, field sessions, photo critiques and more.
 
Tuition: $766
Road Scholar programs are all-inclusive. From lectures and field trips to gratuities and accommodations – the price you pay up front is the price you pay. To learn more, visit www.cbfieldstation.org
 
October 19-24: Nature Photography Workshop for the Roads Scholar Program - Chincoteague Bay Field Station– Wallops Island, Virginia
The Delmarva Peninsula is a wildlife and nature photographer's paradise bordered by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The Eastern Shore blends together golden marshes, wide-open bays, perfumed woodlands and sandy beaches, diverse ecosystems that support an equally varied array of wildlife. Bring along your camera and your passion for the natural world to create beautiful images of this astounding environment and to be inspired by efforts to conserve it. With a professional wildlife biologist who is also a nature photographer, author and former president of the North American Nature Photography Association, explore the practical and theoretical aspects of image creation and take advantage of full days of workshops, field sessions, photo critiques and more.
 
Tuition: $766
Road Scholar programs are all-inclusive. From lectures and field trips to gratuities and accommodations – the price you pay up front is the price you pay. To learn more, visit www.cbfieldstation.org
 
November 13-16: 2nd Annual Delmarva Nature & Wildlife Photography Summit - Chincoteague Bay Field Station– Wallops Island, Virginia
This three day conference will present full days of creative and professional education providing an exciting line up of workshops, comprehensive field sessions, photo tours, portfolio critiques, and social and networking opportunities.
 
Photo tours and field session led by seasoned photography professionals, are set to provide participants with supreme photography opportunities, based on wildlife activity, weather conditions and light. Comprehensive field sessions offer great hands-on experience and provide chances to capture stunning photos of natural subjects.
 
Summit Workshops will explore the practical and theoretical aspects of image creation. From advanced photography software to equipment showings, in these workshops, you can expect to learn techniques and tips from professionals in the industry. These courses are perfect for those looking to take their skills to the next level and learn more in-depth information about tricks to improve their photography. Summit instructors rank at the highest levels in the field and are eager to impart their knowledge to help others.
 
Summit Tuition : $695.00 (cost includes meals , lodging, transportation to field sites and instruction).
 
 
December 4-7: Weekend Digital Nature Photography Workshop - Chincoteague Bay Field Station– Wallops Island, Virginia.  
The yearly tundra swan and snow goose migration is one of the most magnificent spectacles nature can offer for winter photography. Located on the Atlantic Flyway, the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge is an important stop for a large number of migratory birds. This time of year is perfect for photographing a variety of bird species as well as the dynamic and breathtaking landscape.
 
This workshop will concentrate on the more complex aspects of nature photography, with emphasis also on personal instruction. Participant will have time spent in the field and ample opportunities for image critiques.
 
During this workshop, comprehensive field sessions offer great hands-on experience and provide an opportunity to capture stunning photos of natural subjects. Indoor class sessions explore the practical and theoretical aspects of image creation. The daily itinerary is set to provide photographers with maximum photography time, based on wildlife activity, weather conditions and light.
 
The Eastern Shore of Virginia is a photographer's paradise, and the vicinity around Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and Assateague National Seashore is phenomenal. The Island is full of wildlife and there are many fabulous places to capture and experience the beauty of pristine marsh lands, coastal forests and trails that lead to panoramic vistas and overlooks.
 
Class size is limited to 12 participants. Tuition : $695 (cost includes meals , lodging, transportation to field sites and instruction).  To learn more visit: www.cbfieldstation.org


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