Are you interested in photographing birds of prey in winter settings? How about looking for fox, moose and perhaps even a wolf to photograph? We can do that! This photography workshop is designed to help you make some great birds of prey images, but to also make you a better photographer.
One of my most popular workshops a photography workshop featuring one of the most beautiful and dramatically photogenic birds in the world, the Snowy Owl. Through the years and from various cultures the Snowy Owls have been called many names. They’ve been called Snow Owl, Arctic Owl, Great White Owl, Ghost Owl, Ermine Owl, Tundra Ghost, Ookpik, Scandinavian Nightbird, White Terror of the North, and Highland Tundra Owl. Whatever name you choose, AWESOME comes to mind, they are magnificent birds, and you now have an opportunity to join me on a journey to photograph these birds in the Great White North of Ontario Canada.
Jeff started leading workshops in 2004 and in that time has led hundreds of workshops and helped more than a thousand people just like you to become better photographers.
Wildlife Workshops is based in Oregon and offers a wide range of photography workshops and tour on five continents.
Wildlife Workshops specialty is working with small groups of photographers and providing an active teaching component on all workshops. Jeff offers clients one on one education and customizes his classroom sessions to the specific needs of the class and the individual.
Check out the video for more info on upcoming nature and wildlife photography workshops in the United States, Canada, France, Kenya, Brazil and Mongolia!
Come with me to the spectacular Fraser Valley in British Columbia for a week of Bald Eagle photography. This photography workshop is always very productive with killer images of the beautiful Bald Eagle as they migrate south for the winter. Somewhere between 5000 and 8000 eagles pass through feasting on salmon, needless to say there plenty of great photo opportunities. Eagles won't be the only photo opportunities, there will be plenty of other species from ducks and geese to hawks and owls, you just never know.