Workshops

I am now pre­sent­ing work­shops in Pho­tograph­ing Birds in Flight.
These are com­pre­hen­sive work­shops and include every­thing from choos­ing lens­es, how to focus, how to sharp­en with­out los­ing feath­er def­i­n­i­tion, even how to prop­er­ly size images for email attach­ments.

Sched­ule:

Join WildCare’s 2011 Liv­ing with Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­phy Con­test Best in Show win­ner, Richard Pavek as he presents “Pho­tograph­ing Birds in Flight,” an in-depth look at how to cap­ture spec­tac­u­lar wildlife pho­tographs of birds in action!

Thurs­day July 14 at 7 PM. Free to Wild­Care mem­bers, $25 for non-mem­bers. 

Space is lim­it­ed and it is fill­ing fast.

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You’ll find it at the bot­tom of the page

 

 

 

 

5 Responses to Workshops

  1. Crystal Baker says:

    Hi Richard,

    I think plate tec­ton­ics may explain help explain migra­tion pat­terns. I’m not going to look for bird fos­sils and their asso­ci­a­tion with the breakup of Pan­gaea tonight but their migra­tion routes may have stretched over many thou­sands of years… Thank you for shar­ing your pho­tos with us at the Sausal­i­to Library.

    • admin says:

      Than you Crys­tal,
      Well, you have a good thought but it doesn’t seem to be borne out by oth­er birds. For exam­ple the Bar-tailed God­wit migrates from Miran­da, New Zealand to the Aleut­ian Island and back every year.
      Any­way I appre­ci­ate the thought and glad you liked my show.
      Richard

  2. Annmarie Finneral says:

    Hel­lo Richard, I just dis­cov­ered your site as I also just dis­cov­ered the Sand­hill Crane Fes­ti­val in Lodi. I won’t make it to your tour and pre­sen­ta­tion today but I sure hope you have a work­shop in the near future. Now to explore your web­site…!
    Thanks for includ­ing me, Ann­marie

  3. I would like to be on your mail­ing list for work­shops but also for your blog — I have become fas­ci­nat­ed with the birds in my area (Hamil­ton, the for­mer Air Force Base) and with pho­tograph­ing them — I knew there must be sites with tips on improv­ing my tech­nique so I was excit­ed when I found yours. Stun­ning pho­tos…

    James

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