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Wildlife in Fall Colors

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September 27, 2018 - September 30, 2018
Triple D Game Ranch+ Google Map
7 spaces available

8 photo sessions selected from the following species: Siberian tiger, Snow leopard, Amur leopard, Grizzly bear, Mountain lion, Red Fox, Grey Fox, Cross Fox, Canadian Lynx, Bobcat, Gray Wolf, Coyote, Porcupine, Raccoon, Badger, Skunk, Pine marten and more. The animals are exceptionally healthy. Photograph wildlife at eye level in natural settings with beautiful fall colors. The most common lens used is a 70-200mm. An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Evening sessions for critiques, post processing demonstrations and more. Maximum of 12 participants.

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September 27, 2019 - September 30, 2019
Triple D Game Ranch+ Google Map
12 spaces available

8 photo sessions selected from the following species: Siberian tiger, Snow leopard, Amur leopard, Grizzly bear, Mountain lion, Red Fox, Grey Fox, Cross Fox, Canadian Lynx, Bobcat, Gray Wolf, Coyote, Porcupine, Raccoon, Badger, Skunk, Pine marten and more. The animals are exceptionally healthy. Photograph wildlife at eye level in natural settings with beautiful fall colors. The most common lens used is a 70-200mm. An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Evening sessions for critiques, post processing demonstrations and more. Maximum of 12 participants.

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Triple D Game Ranch+ Google Map

8 photo sessions selected from the following species: Siberian tiger, Snow leopard, Amur leopard, Grizzly bear, Mountain lion, Red Fox, Grey Fox, Cross Fox, Canadian Lynx, Bobcat, Gray Wolf, Coyote, Porcupine, Raccoon, Badger, Skunk, Pine marten and more. The animals are exceptionally healthy. Photograph wildlife at eye level in natural settings with beautiful fall colors. The most common lens used is a 70-200mm. An instructional online webinar in advance of the workshop that covers wildlife photography composition tips, camera settings and recommended equipment. Guidance and assistance throughout the workshop. Evening sessions for critiques, post processing demonstrations and more. Maximum of 12 participants.