October 26th, 2016, Palo Alto, California
CAPTURING THE WILD - FROM AFRICA TO YOUR BACKYARD
George will share his best tips and strategies for successful and unique wildlife photography in exotic and local environments.
November 11th, 2016, Tempe AZ.
Extreme Capture Techniques
Join George Lepp for an evening lecture where he demonstrates the latest techniques available to nature photographers using today's DSLRs. From focus stacking to 4K video frame grabs, it just keeps getting better.
November 12th, 2016, Tucson, AZ
capturing the wild at the Sonora Desert Museum
Capping a day at the Sonora Desert Museum where participants can take part in demos and Canon camera loans, George Lepp will give a two hour lecture on wildlife photography starting at 3pm.
Innovative techniques for outdoor photography, view George's 6-hour SEMINAR on your computer!
CreativeLive is offering George Lepp's seminar for $79. Anyone with a computer can learn from George's program where he shows you new ways to capture the depth and complexity of nature.
New Canon EOS-1D X MK II Field Tested by George Lepp
I've been photographing with the EOS- 1D X MK II for more than a week and have had a chance to put it through it's paces in several field situations. All of the subjects so far have been birds, which I feel are some of the hardest subjects to capture. Click on images to see them larger!
New Canon EOS 5DS R Tested by George Lepp
George had the good fortune of testing the new Canon EOS 5DS R 50MP camera at WPPI in Las Vegas Nevada. He and 3 of his Canon Explorers went to The Valley of Fire and photographed the scenery, as well as a model. Take a look at the new NEWS page to see examples from this incredible high-resolution camera.
Eagle Eyes: A Natural History Project
George's 2013 eagle-nest project is published in Outdoor Photographer's April 2014 issue.
Check out our numerous articles in Outdoor Photographer and read our monthly column Tech Tips in the "Article Section"(Learn More)
Watch the 10-minute video of the nest life-cycle of the Smith Rock Bald Eagles by clicking on the image below.