• Bald eagle vocalizing
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • Black Oystercatcher
  • Western Bluebird
  • Sandhill Cranes

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Bird photography workshops by a photographer and birder. (Tim teaches shorebird identification classes for Audubon chapters.) Read more about the workshop below, then choose one to dive into the wonderful world of bird photography.

Great Sage-Grosue

High Desert Spring Migration - Focusing on the spring migration of birds through the central desert of Oregon. Based in Burns, we'll spend three days photographing birds between Burns and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. We'll also visit the icon Greater-Sage Grouse on it's lek just outside of the National Wildlife Refuge property on BLM land. There's a large variety of birds we could see and photograph during this workshop, shorebirds, songbirds, raptors, cranes, ducks & geese, gulls etc. There will also be some chances for landscape photography around the sunset hours. Most of the days we'll use the car as a photo-blind so we can get fairly close to the birds. Thus, this is not a strenuous hiking or walking workshop. There is a limit of three workshop participants, so you'll get lots of personalized attention during the shooting sessions each morning and afternoon. In the middle of the day we'll do some post-processing review and image review so we stay on track to have you leave the workshops with some wonderful images. Roger Tory Peterson said this was one of his favorite locations for birds.

Mukilteo Lighthouse-4365

The Half Day Workshops - These four-hour workshops centered in and around the Puget Sound offer everyone the chance to learn more about landscape, waterfall, sunset, low light, bird and travel photogrphay techniques. My goal is to teach you how you and your camera can create better images and work together. Seattle Skyline and Sunset from Alki Beach July 19th, August 22nd or September 19th, 2015 and Sunset at Mukilteo Lighthouse July 18th, August 23rd, or September 20th, 2015. During checkout in the "Notes section" please indicate which Half-day Workshop you're signing up for by date & location. Thanks

Palouse Earth Patterns-3442

The Palouse During Harvest - While the Palouse is fabulous in the spring with all the greens and reds of the barns, I think the harvest is even more spectacular. The golden wheat fields, huge harvesting machinery, along with the old farm equipment, barns, and of course all the endless patterns. The photographic opportunities are endless, the skies bluer, and the sunsets more intense in late July during harvest. But as always, the Palouse Falls is just incredible. Morning and evening sessions, post-processing in the mid-day, limited to 5 participants, so you get a lot of attention and help creating those incredible images. Learn landscape photography, HDR, fill flash, and much more.