I’m back in Colorado after leading an incredible photo tour of London & Paris. My clients and I had so much fun photographing and exploring these cities as part of my creative travel photo workshop series. I always like to pack my infrared camera when I’m traveling, because it’s a great way to capture a popular subject in a totally unique way. To that effect, we had great skies during our morning at Montmartre, where we visited Sacré-Coeur. It was the perfect conditions for infrared photography.
I love it when I can capture interactions in nature. This bumblebee had no issues with being photographed on my 2018 Colorado Wildflower Safari. Spaces are available to join me there on this year’s workshop, where you’ll learn creative close-up techniques and photograph the summer wildflower blooms in the Rocky Mountains.
What to expect and what to bring for the photographic experience of a lifetime
I just returned from what I can only describe as the most immersive wildlife photography experience ever; a 7-night tour of the Galápagos archipelago by chartered yacht. The one thing I discovered when researching this trip is that everyone seems to have a different opinion of what to expect and what to bring. Here’s my thoughts from a photographer’s point of view as to what to bring and what to expect.Continue reading Photographing the Galápagos
Online Class February 7th with Jason P. Odell
Live webinar 7-9pm Eastern Time, Thursday, February 7th, 2019
Join professional photographer Jason P. Odell live online for tips and tricks for better bird photography using the Nikon digital system.
- Exposure & White Balance Settings for bird photography
- Autofocus modes and settings for bird photography with Nikon DSLRs
- Getting accurate focus in the field with Nikon DSLRs
- Custom settings for Nikon DSLRs
- How to photograph birds in flight
- Gear recommendations
Your registration includes live webinar access (you can ask me quesstions) and a video replay download for future viewing.
Please note that registration will close one hour prior to the class start time. Login information will be sent to the email you used to register; please ensure that your email address is correct when registering.