Tim Boyer Photography

Small Groups, Cool Birds, Fun Locations

Bosque del Apache - Outdoor Photographer

Bird PhotographyTim Boyer

An interview and four of my Bosque photos appear on the Outdoor Photographer Magazine website in a feature called Animal Stories.

Sandhill Cranes leaving the corn fields they feed in during the day for the ponds they roost in during the night. Pan blur and slow shutter speed.
Sandhill Cranes leaving the corn fields they feed in during the day for the ponds they roost in during the night. Pan blur and slow shutter speed.
Feather texture and an urge to get a differnt shot lead me to lay down onthe road and shoot eye level with the Snow Geese in the roosting ponds.
Feather texture and an urge to get a differnt shot lead me to lay down onthe road and shoot eye level with the Snow Geese in the roosting ponds.
Sandhill Cranes leaving the roosting ponds headed for the corn fields where they will feed all day. Spectacular light is just one of many reasons to visit Bosque.
Sandhill Cranes leaving the roosting ponds headed for the corn fields where they will feed all day. Spectacular light is just one of many reasons to visit Bosque.
Snow Geese take flight at sunrise blasting off sometimes in huge flocks.making a lot
Snow Geese take flight at sunrise blasting off sometimes in huge flocks.making a lot

I've been to Bosque many times and  I know where to be during the right light and winds. As in all of my workshops, you get lots of personal attention and I teach and review images with you during the morning and afternoon/evening shooting sessions.  There's a break in the middle of the day (when the  light is harsh), for  lunch, images review, post processing instruction (I have a quick and efficient workflow using LightRoom) and to answer any questions you have.

Check out the  Animal Stories post, and  my workshop to Bosque!

Enjoy!   Thanks   Tim