Wildlife Photography Workshops & Tours – Spoonbills & Shorebirds

The Spoonbill & Shorebird wildlife photography workshop was announced a couple of months back. In order to give it a fair presentation, you may watch the quick video below. This wildlife photography tour is a superb combination of two fantastic wildlife hotspots: Alafia Banks and Fort Desoto Park. Those of you who have been following the Bird & Wildlife Photography blog know that I have created killer photographs from those two spots. Do you want to learn my secrets?

Alafia Banks is the very best spot to photograph Spoonbills in flight with breeding colors! And the rookery is only accessible by boat, which makes this wildlife photography workshop very cost effective. Now if you are after shorebirds, there are few places like Fort Desoto…

Roseate Spoonbill in flight - Alafia Banks workshop

Roseate Spoonbill in flight – Alafia Banks, Florida.
ISO 500 | f/7.1 | 1/3200 sec. | Manual mode | AI servo rear focusing
This photograph was created with the Canon 600mm f/4 L IS II USM lens (Canon 600mm f/4 L IS II USM review) coupled with the 1.4x extender, the Canon EOS 5D mark III on a gimbal head over tripod. Have a look at the equipment I typically carry with me.

Botswana and the Victoria Falls instructional photography workshop / $9,800 / limit 6 people / Sep 2014:

Have you ever dreamed of a superb African safari? Here it is…
African safari photography workshop - Botswana

Spoonbills and shorebirds instructional photography workshop / $980 / limit 5 people / Mar 2014:

As described in this post!
Wildlife Photography Workshop - Spoonbills & shorebirds

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