Winter on the eastern shore is a very special time. Hundreds of thousands of birds migrate through Maryland & Delware. Migratory birds such as, snow geese, tundra swan, many different species of ducks. We’ll be targeting redheads, canvasbacks, widgeon & more! On this unique 3 day workshop Neil will be showing you everything he knows about waterfowl behavior & photography. Understanding the animals and their behavior will help you create better photographs. Not only will you learn how to understand the wildlife, but you will learn how to create fine art portraiture of them individually and within their habitat. For the beginner and seasoned pro from sunrise to sunset, join Neil on a action packed, one day winter workshop. Space is limited so register quickly! If you have any questions please feel free to contact Neil with the form below.
Deposit: $297.50 - non refundable.
February 7-9, 2020 | 5 spaces left
Skill Level: beginner to advanced
Topics we’ll cover include:
Birds in Flight
Technical Skills ex. (shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, metering)
& much more!
Physical Difficulty: easy to moderate, we’ll be wading into the water with the waterfowl. Waders will be needed.
Lodging: NOT included, there are multiple locations in
Transportation: NOT INCLUDED during duration of the workshop
In order to register for this workshop please first contact us either by email or by phone in order to inquire as to whether or not there is room. With only 5 participants, this workshop may fill up quickly.
Once you have confirmed that space is available we will need two things from you in order to make your spot on this workshop official:
A signed and completed registration form which will be emailed to you.
A $297.50 deposit - NON REFUNDABLE.
Once your registration and deposit have been received, you will be notified by email.
The deposit is due within 2 weeks of notification of your intent to register for the workshop.
The final installment is due 30 days from the start of the workshop.
How do I sign up?
To sign up please scroll down and fill out the contact form. I will instruct you from there.
The deposit is due within 2 weeks of registering for the workshop. Total of $297.50 - NON REFUNDABLE
If for some reason you need to cancel, please contact me AS.SOON.AS.POSSIBLE. I will then go over the cancellation procedure.
Should I rent equipment?
If you have only wide angle lenses or less than 200mm, I would recommend renting a telephoto lens. I wouldn't purchase a lens specifically for this workshop. Rental is the best way to go. Here are a couple links to online companies I recommend. www.lensrentals.com & www.borrowlenses.com
What type of clothing should I wear?
This workshop is during winter, so that means it will more than likely be cold at or below freezing in the mornings & evenings. The midday could be warm but I would bring light & heavy clothing just in case. Waders will be required. We will be wading into the water to photograph the waterfowl.
Lodging, meals, photography equipment, vehicle rental/transportation
What equipment do you recommend to bring?
Telephoto & Wide angle lenses, tripod, any photography gadgets that you normally would. I would rather need it & have it than need it and not have it.
Questions? Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have any questions regarding this or any workshop. Below you will find a simple contact form in place to make this process as simple as possible for you. If you would like to talk personally to me please feel free to contact me at: