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.

Sign up Here

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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