Date: Saturday, April 24, 2021
Time: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. with questions to follow
Cost: $45 per person
Be inspired by two Colorado wildlife photographers as they discuss how you can capture vivid, entertaining and eye-catching imagery of spring wildlife. Program will be delivered via Zoom so you can learn great tips and ideas for your spring photos right from the comfort of your home.
- Bird photography
- Spring babies
- Put some WOW! in Your Wildlife Photos
- Spring weather
About Your Hosts:
Cattle EgretStock photo of cattle egret captured in Florida. Cattle egrets live in agricultural fields, especially those with livestock. They also inhabit wetlands and lakeshores. Dan Walters is a wildlife photographer out of Colorado that specializes in bird photography. He teaches nature photographers how to improve their images through workshops, presentations, and as an instructor at Florida's Birding and Photo Fest. His work has been published in numerous magazines and calendars, including Colorado Life, Colorado Outdoors, Audubon and Brown Trout Publishing.
Grizzly_bear_GTNP_2020_17The famous grizzly bear 399 and her cubs (Usus arctos) wander off down a dirt road as one stands up to look back on a snowy spring day in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Dawn Wilson is an award-winning nature photographer specializing in photographing and writing about wildlife of high latitudes and high altitudes of the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. Her text and photography has appeared in national and regional publications, including Nature's Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer, Colorado Outdoors, Wyoming Wildlife, and many more. President of The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), Dawn also chats with guests as co-host on The Nature Photographer Podcast, and guides photographers in Rocky Mountain National Park as well on trips to photograph brown bears, polar bears and moose.
Join us for a fun, informative and inspiring morning talking and learning about wildlife photography.