Looking for an action-packed, info-intensive and fun-filled wildlife photo workshop? If so, here are my Top Ten Reasons to join my September 2019" Out of Africa and Into Texas" photo workshop at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas.
But first, if you are going on an Africa photo safari this is an excellent opportunity to practice shooting from a moving vehicle and to get familiar with photographing with long lenses.
Okay, here is the info on my "Out of Africa" workshop: Dates: September 4 - 6, 2019. Workshop cost: $950 (Includes: Workshop fee, breakfast, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 3 private safari tours.) Does not include: lodge/hotel, transportation to and from Fossil Rim.
I recommend that you stay in either the lodge or cabins at Fossil Rim, but you can also stay at a hotel in Glen Rose, Texas.
Shoot me an email to get on the info list.
One - You’ll get photographs that look as though they were taken on an African Safari. I took all the photographs in this post on my previous trips to Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
Two – I’ll be there to help you make good photographs.
Three – I’ll help you process your images on site on your laptop - and I'll help you to awaken the artist within with plug-ins.
Four – You will be on private tours before the center opens.
Five – You will learn a lot about the animals from our expert guides.
Six – You’ll have a private tour of the cheetah area, which for many is a highlight of a visit to Fossil Rim.
Seven – We’ll shoot from private safari vehicles, so I'll get you into the best positions to nail the shots. Everyone gets a window seat.
Eight – We’ll have a group slide show/critique session at the end of the workshop, which is a great opportunity to get input on your images. Yes, we have fun, but we take our work very seriously.
Nine – I’ll take you to the best BBQ in Texas. No kidding.
Ten - You'll leave Fossil Rim with a greater knowledge of photography, image processing and your camera. You will also take home some wonderful memories.
I hope to see you at Fossil Rim.
Explore the light,
P.S. Suggested pre-workshop reading: Creative Visualization for Photographers.