Arizona Birds and Bats with Nate Chappell and Ken Archer

Join Nate Chappell and Ken Archer for 5 great days of photography in Southern Arizona. During this workshop we will use mutli-flash and photo trap setups to capture stunning images of hummingbirds and bats. We will also help you capture super action shots of native Arizona bird species from blinds at waterholes and water drips. Nate will give presentations on photographing birds in the wild, using flash for bird photography and raw image processing. We will have sessions on the hummingbird multi-flash setup where you can photograph up to 4 species of hummingbirds, we will have 2 evening bat and owl photography sessions and many sessions photographing birds from blinds. We will also do some natural light set up hummingbird photography. You will need a minimum of a 300mm lens or 200mm lens with teleconverter. For the hummingbirds and bats you don’t need a larger lens than that, for the other birds more focal length is desirable.

NANPA Weekly Wow: June 12-18

Oystercatcher Feeding Time, Fort Myers Beach, FL © Ursula Dubrick

Each week www.nanpa.org highlights 7 images from the top 100 submissions of the 2017 NANPA Showcase competition. This week’s images are by:

Continue reading