Instructor: Alyce Bender
Date: June 22, 2019 | Time: 4:30 a.m. | TBD – Near Pioche
- DSLR camera
- A telephoto lens (200mm minimum but the longer the better)
- Sturdy tripod and ball head
- Personal comfort items such as a hat, sunscreen, close-toed shoes, water, and a snack
- Please NO bright colored or noise producing clothing
Workshop Description: In this workshop, we will learn basic techniques for creating beautiful bird images. In-field discussion and practice will touch on finding locations, reading the light, common camera settings, and composition considerations as well as bird behavior. We will go more in-depth on specific techniques for the various types of birds that can be found in the environments present in the area.
Alyce Bender Bio: Often the solo adventuress, Bender roams the globe, exploring Earth’s natural beauty. Her images have been featured in galleries from New York to Las Vegas, while her work as an international artist has been recognized from Japan to the U.K.
Bender is happiest in the field and passionate about sharing unique animals and environments from around the world in hopes of connecting people to the planet through imagery. She believes that connection is key to promoting environmental awareness and protecting vulnerable species and their habitats.
Currently, based out of Las Vegas, she travels the Southwest in an RV with her two dogs while taking periodic international trips. When she isn’t leading tours or teaching classes, she writes location guides and blogs about her adventures on her website while sharing images on Instagram and Facebook.
Take part in this and the many other photography workshops happening at the Lincoln County Photo Festival. One ticket gets you in all events both days! Sign up below!