Join the National Bighorn Sheep Center and professional photographer Sandy Zelasko for a day of winter bighorn sheep photography in the Whiskey Basin of the Wind River Mountain Range.
Improve your overall knowledge of one of the largest wintering wild sheep herds in North America while fine tuning your photographic skills in winter environments. Learn why depth of field is an important tool when photographing wildlife and conquer exposure in snow conditions. Never be fooled by your camera’s metering system again!
Transportation to all viewing spots is included in the cost of the workshop. Bagged lunch is available for an additional fee.
Story from the International League of Conservation Photographers
With the many emerging news stories on environmental issues of our day, now is a crucial time to come together and encourage one another towards a sustainable future. In just a couple of weeks some of the world’s leading nature and wildlife photographers, filmmakers, scientists, and conservation organizations will gather together in our nation’s capital at an event called WildSpeak. This environmental communications symposium, hosted by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), will create a space for all nature enthusiasts to explore how visual media can best contribute to influential science communications and positive conservation outcomes all around the globe. The event is open to all who desire to be informed about conservation topics and to learn how to get involved to make a difference. If this is you, you can register today at www.wildspeak.org