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October 15, 2017 Images that Communicate
with an open discussion following
Learn inside tips from professional photographer Steve Gettle on all aspects of the best ways to photograph birds of prey at the Howell Nature Center. Photos of our birds have been published in field guides, books, calendars, and magazines. Learn how to make compelling , memorable professional-quality photographs.
Here’s how Steve describes the experience:
“You won’t want to miss the amazing photographic opportunities that this incredible photo shoot at the Howell Nature Center has to offer. Imagine being so close to these magnificent birds of prey, that a long lens isn’t even needed to walk away with breathtaking photos of a wide variety of birds.”
Building an Image—Oct 14th
This mini-class will go beyond the basics of the composition and talk about how to use balance, symmetry, and visual harmony to make your images sing. Also covered will be lighting.
Images that Communicate—Oct 15th
Every color, line, and shape you choose to include in your final image has an emotional effect on the viewer. During this lecture, Steve will talk about how all these different elements within your image can more effectively communicate your chosen message to your audience.
All proceeds benefit wildlife rehabilitation and education at the Howell Nature Center.
Bald Eagle, Great Horned Owl, Barred Owl, Broad-Winged Hawk, American Kestrel, Eastern Screech Owl, Virginia Opossum, Turkey Vulture
Bald Eagle, Great Horned Owl, Barred Owl, Red-tailed hawk, Eastern Screech Owl
Bald Eagle, Great Horned Owl, Barred Owl, Broad-Winged Hawk, American Kestrel, Eastern Screech Owl, Virginia Opossum, Turkey Vulture, Red-tailed Hawk
Call 517-546-0249 for details and to register.
PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM: photography workshops, 2017
Photographers of all skill levels are welcome,
but please have a working knowledge of your equipment.
About Steve Gettle: Steve is a widely published, professional nature photographer who generously donates his time and expertise to benefit workshop participants as well as the Howell Nature Center’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Program, which treats more than 3,000 injured and orphaned wild birds, mammals, and reptiles every year. Visit Steve’s website!