South Texas bird photography workshop

October 23-25, 2012

Join noted photographers, authors and instructors, Brian and Shirley Loflin for a highly instructional, hands-on bird photography workshop in the heart of the South Texas flyway. The workshop features a half-day of full detailed instruction and three half-days of shooting in some of the best South Texas birding habitat available where the neotropical bird varieties abound.

The workshop will be held at the Laguna Seca Ranch in the heart of the lush Rio Grande Valley. Features of this 700-acre ranch are purpose-designed for photography and preserved with all-native plants and animals. It features four constant-level ponds, each with permanent photography blinds oriented for the best use of light. Nearly eighty species have been listed on the ranch. Laguna Seca Ranch clearly offers a unique South Texas birding and photography adventure!

At Laguna Seca Ranch we bring the birds to you! We will set up natural perches considering the best photographic light possible. Most photography of the best scenarios is just 12-15 feet from your lens! Birds have water, dripping attractions and are fed year-round so attraction of the best species is stress-free.

This workshop is designed for serious photographers who are competent in the use of their camera and equipment, yet may not have experienced the thrill of producing bird photographs of the highest quality. Copious instruction will include hands-on demonstrations in bird photography, understanding best exposures and camera settings, and the use of flash. Instruction will also include how to set up in a blind and shooting etiquette, setting up perches, best management of backgrounds and light and much more.

For more information, visit our web site:

http://www.thenatureconnection.com/SoTxBirdPhotoWS.html

© Copyright 2012 Brian Loflin. All rights reserved.

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One response to “South Texas bird photography workshop

  1. Beautiful, I’ve never seen one before! Thanks (:

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