WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AT TRIPLE D

A Canon Live Learning EOS Destination Workshop

March 14 – 18, 2019

Location: Kalispell, Montana 59901

Leader(s): Adam Jones

Pricing: $2,999 (CPS Discount $100)

Participants: Maximum 16

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Have you tried photographing North American wildlife or exotic African and Asian animals but found it frustrating because capturing dramatic wildlife images requires a long telephoto lens? Or perhaps wildlife photography has always been one of your dreams, but you’ve never had the opportunity because it’s expensive traveling to natural areas — plus wildlife spotting opportunities at these locales are often unreliable and fleeting.

One solution to learn new techniques or make your wildlife photography dreams come true is to join a photo tour to a well-known, respected game ranch where well-cared for animals can be photographed in beautiful natural surroundings.

Join Canon Explorer of Light Adam Jones, for an exceptional opportunity to learn and work with one of the best photographers and instructors around. This Wildlife Photography Workshop is timed to take advantage of cool winter temperatures when the animals have thick fur coats. Even better, Canon will be there with lots of gear, so you get to try different equipment and don’t even need to own a telephoto lens to participate.

Wildlife encountered may include mountain lion bobcat, lynx, wolves, bears, snow leopard, Amur leopard, coyote, Arctic fox, and red fox — and even a Siberian tiger!

why learn with canon

Experience “The Canon Destination Difference”

Canon Live Learning Destination Workshops let you access exclusive experiences where you can develop skills and create lifelong memories. In just a few short days, these fun, hands-on workshops will expand your portfolio, create prints of your favorite images and help you make new friends.

Shoot Side-By-Side With The Pros

You’ll be alongside seasoned photography pros, ready to answer any question—and provide expert advice on how to bring your visions to life, how to maximize your camera’s functions and get creative with lenses.

SMALLER IS BETTER

In this intimate setting, you’ll have easy access to Adam Jones as well as the Canon Live Learning support staff. Whether you’re shooting waterfalls in Yosemite, gators in Florida, or horses in Kentucky – you’ll have all the attention you need to further to develop your skills.

Get Hands-On With The Best Canon Gear

You’ll not only shoot with the best instructors—you’ll shoot with the best gear! Workshop attendees can access a range of Canon “dream gear,” including the latest EOS cameras and lenses, with Canon instructors ready to offer their technical and creative assistance every step of the way.

THE DETAILS

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Canon gear loan (cameras, lenses, etc)
  • Free large-format print of your favorite image from the workshop
  • Some meals (see agenda for details)
  • Workshop-related ground transportation
  • Venue or grounds access during workshop hours

WHAT TO BRING

  • Your favorite camera and backup camera if you have one
  • We recommend bringing telephoto zoom lenses that range from 70mm to 500mm for wildlife, such 
as the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II
    USM, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM and EF Extender 2x III or EF Externder 1.4x III. Please keep in mind that gear loans
    are included as part of the workshop fee and will provide the opportunity to experiment with the latest Canon gear
  • Plenty of charged battery packs and memory cards
  • A sturdy tripod (a must!)
  • A laptop computer for downloading images, backup hard drive and USB flash drive
  • Bring layers of clothing, waterproof coats, head gear, gloes and hand warmers; Weather can be highly
variable from early
    morning to the afternoon. Mornings can be in the 20’s and daytime temperatures can climb into the 50’s
  • Sturdy, water resistant boots are suggested for walking in snow, ice, and mud

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Using natural light and the elements of design to compose stunning images
  • Learn to “see” like a pro: Go beyond the obvious
  • Setting up your camera to work the way you want
  • Exposure: Getting it right every time, and using the histogram like a pro
  • Autofocus consideration for tracking moving wildlife
  • ISO and aperture techniques for tack sharp wildlife image
  • Shutter speeds and motion treatments for moving subjects, such as wildlife
  • Optimizing your images

SKILL LEVEL

Advanced Amateur

TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS

Accomodations

Springhill Suites Marriott
250 Old Reserve Drive
Kalispell, Montana 59901
U.S.A. 406-314-6600
Room block expires on 03/1/2019

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