I’m pleased to announce a winter birding safari to the Florida Everglades, December 13-17, 2015. During this photo safari, we’ll not only photograph the birds and other wildlife, but we’ll have an opportunity to do some night sky photography of the Geminids meteor shower!
This workshop includes both field and classroom instruction, so bring your laptop so I can teach you how to process your photos!
We will visit three fantastic birding locations during this trip:
Merritt Island NWR
St. Augustine Alligator Farm
The workshop is limited to 8 photographers, and includes an annual photo pass to the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. We’ll also be sure to stop in at the most awesome Dixie Crossroads restaurant in Titusville to have rock shrimp!
Some people assume that the Control Point technology found in Capture NX2 and Nik Viveza is something you use to make radical image adjustments, like changing the color of a sky. Not so. In fact, some of the most powerful adjustments I make with Control Points are subtle ones, intended to accentuate a subject against its background. The image above is an example of where I used Color Control Points (in this case, in Capture NX2) to enhance the subject.