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1 Day: Wildlife

Sulphur Creek Nature Center, Hayward, CA

March 9 (9:30AM - 4:30PM) - SOLD OUT

(Register early as all sessions were sold out in the past)


Summary: Learn how to photograph wildlife including settings, capturing behavior, and making unique and exciting photographs. We will have an animal rotation of birds, mammals and MORE. Selection, and post processing (how to quickly evaluate keepers, workflow to post process image, how to prepare your file for printing) will all be discussed.

You will join professional wildlife and nature photographer Oliver Klink and fine art photographer Kate Jordahl during this workshop. The goal is to provide a memorable and exciting experience while gaining knowledge on how to photograph wildlife and go back home with one of your images printed.

We start at the Sulphur Creek Nature Center (1801 D Street, Hayward, CA 94507) and learn to capture astonishing wildlife portraits of birds, reptiles, and mammals. Animals are taken out of their cages and placed in a natural environment conducive to photography. You’ll learn the technical tricks to photograph these animals when they pose or move around.

Around noon, we’ll have a working lunch at PhotoCentral. We do recommend bringing a lunch sack or we’ll provide recommendations on where to buy sandwiches.

The afternoon is spent at PhotoCentral (1099 E Street, Hayward, CA 94541) learning how to post process your images and prepare your file from a print. We evaluate your images and post process one of your images. You’ll learn how to quickly rate your images, post process to bring out the best of your images, and then prepare your file for printing.


FOR THE PEOPLE ALSO JOINING THE ADVANCED WILDLIFE WORKSHOP ON SUNDAY, March 10 (9:30AM - 4:30PM)
On Sunday, we’ll have a few variations in the animal line up and you’ll have a one-on-one session with one to two animals. You’ll be able to move around freely, frame your image to your desire, and be assisted by either Kate or Oliver.
Click HERE to register for the Advanced Wildlife session

We look forward to meeting you on March 9 (and March 10, if you signed up for both sessions) at Sulphur Creek Nature Center.

Kate & Oliver
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Registration: $205 (SOLD OUT)
March 9, 2019 (Register early as previous years were sold out)

Registration at the Hayward Recreation Center website
Course: Wildlife Photo # 9158 Click to REGISTER

More info or to be put on the waiting list, please email Oliver Klink


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Kate Jordahl is a fine art photographer living in Hayward, California. She is a professor of photography at Foothill College. She has published many books with True North Editions. “Photographing and teaching at the Sulphur Creek Nature is a treat. So close to home and so inspiring”, says Kate.




Oliver Klink is a fine art photographer based in Los Gatos, CA. He was selected as the “Best of the Best” Emerging artist in 2016. His images – Consequences – were selected as Top 50 Critical Mass Award. His image, “Herding Instinct” won the grand prize at the Rayko International Photocontest in 2014, others have received “mentioned” in the Black and White Spidar Awards for the past 5 years. “Photographing wildlife is a passion.”, says Oliver.



- Techniques to photograph wildlife
- Understanding wildlife behavior for best result
- Post processing images from capture to print



Included:
- 1 day of instruction by two award winning fine art photographers
- Instruction booklet emailed before the workshop


Not Included:
- Transportation to Hayward, CA
- Meals, accommodation



Registration Fee : $205



Registration: $205
Registration at HARD website

Terms and Conditions




- Bring your camera and we will teach you
- Bring your own computer to process images
- Be ready to get inspired




Where: Hayward, CA
When: March 9, 2019
Who: Kate Jordahl, Oliver Klink
Airport: San Jose (SJC)
Accommodations: not included
Weather: 60 – 80F. You will be outdoor
Cost: $205


Workshop details for Wildlife Photography at Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Agenda

1 day of instruction with photoshoots with animals and post processing

March 9 (9:30am – 4:30pm)

Through a combination of instruction and hands-on exercises, you will learn how to photograph wildlife. We will teach technique to best capture the essence of the wildlife. The instruction will touch upon composition, and catching the special behavior. In the afternoon, we will process one of your images and get your image ready for print.

Agenda

Location: Hayward, CA


Morning: Photograph at Sulphur Creek Nature
Animal rotation for various photoshoots
Afternoon: Post Processing
Selection, processing using various tools (Lightroom, etc.)
Preparing your file for printing
Conclusion: Review of images and recap of tips

What to Bring

Upon signing up for the workshop, you’ll receive a detailed coursebook describing what to bring and recommended reading material.

Camera Equipment:
- Point&Shoot, DSLR ... any camera will work
- Lens from 50mm to 200mm
- (Optional): Monopod or tripod

Post Processing Equipment:
- Laptop or desktop (with power cord)
- Optional: External Hard drive to back up images
- Optional: Mouse or tablet

Clothing:
- Casual. Check the weather before the workshop

Bring your lunch: We have a very full agenda!

Logistics

This workshop includes:

- 1 day of detailed instruction on how to photograph wildlife, process
- Instruction by two fine art award winning photographers
- How the two instructors approach their craft from capture to finish


REQUIREMENTS

- You have a camera and a desire to learn how to photograph wildlife. We will teach you the rest!


If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call Oliver Klink (408-910-6701) or email oliver@incredibletravelphotos.com


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