January Bosque Photography Intensive
Friday - Sunday, January 4-7, 2018
Price $680, all meals included Workshop participant capacity: 27 Available Seats: 27
Join us for the 4th annual Photography Intensive workshop with three led pros Keith Bauer, Don Toothaker, and Mark Buckler. This event always sells out with many participants returning annually. Improve your photography skills with sandhill cranes and snow geese flocks up close in your lens amidst vivid landscapes. During the golden hours of the early morning and late afternoon we place you where the action is with some of the best wildlife photograph available. In the classroom you learn about composition, black & white, manual, birds in flight, nighttime photo techniques, Photoshop, Lightroom post processing, and more. Come travel the public and back roads of the refuge as we explore wonders few have experienced. This is a fundraiser for the Safeguarding Sandhill Crane Habitat project for upgrading water control infrastructure and forage production capacity that will help safeguard this habitat for generations to come. This fundraiser also funds the opening of new Photo Points areas for the general public that include eastern sunrise views of stunning wetland landscapes. This workshop is less classroom and more in the field experience.
For more program details and event registration are coming soon. Online registration will be available starting on May 20th. Call Michael Hanauer at 575-835-2448 for more information or to reserve your registered seat.