Talking Photography, Shooting Pictures
Today was a fun day of sharing photography conversation with fellow outdoor/wildlife photographers, then shooting pictures together, and then returning to the classroom to play with a few of the images in editing software.
It is not often that several hours are dedicated to the discussion of imaging and then actually applying what we discussed. Most of our emphasis today was on wildflower photography. Fortunately some plant species were in bloom. In addition to flower photography, we also had a captive barred owl to use for wildlife photography subject matter. This owl posed perfectly and I am guessing many pleasing images were recorded. Thank you Sondra!
Following are photos from the wildflower photography workshop.
Siberian Squill (a colorful exotic/invasive plant species):
Captive Barred Owl in Conifer (Notice how even when I shoot owl pictures I manage to record an owl eye blink):
Wildflower Photographer Photographed Photographing Wildflowers: