Join George Lepp and High desert Museum Animal curator Jon Nelson for a Benefit lecture and photography workshop using the MUSEUM's resident native wildlife. Two SEPARATE Sessions - May 5th evening classroom Lecture and May 6th outdoor photography workshop. May 19th evening classroom lecture and may 20th outdoor workshop.
Each 2-day session is limited to 10 participants. The evening lecture (5-6pm) will have George Lepp giving photography instruction and preparing the participants for the next day's outdoor photography and going over everyone's equipment to maximize results. The second-day workshop (8am-1pm) will start with photographing the river otters and then continue on to a badger and porcupine. We will then go to the summer flight area and fly a number of raptors for the participants to optimize photography. Portraits of the raptors will also be accomplished. This is an unprecedented opportunity to photograph and learn about local wildlife and photograph them in ways that are usually not possible. ALL of the funds generated by this program will go to maintain the museum animal collection. Museum members $150, and non-members $200. Contact the museum at highdesertmuseum.org/photography-workshop or call the museum at 541 382-4754 ext. 241. These are two separate sessions limited to 10 participants each.
These are examples of the possibilities available at the workshop!
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GEORGE LEPP WILL BE A FEATURED SPEAKER AT THE 2017 BIOCOMMUNICATIONS MEETING IN PORTLAND, OR. June 24th, Portland, OR
On Saturday, June 24th, George will present his lecture on "No Limits, Extreme Capture Techniques in Nature Photography. George was a member of this organization in the 1990's while working at the University of California, Davis Campus. More information on the BioCommunications organization and their annual meeting can be found at: www.bca.org
KITSAP PHOTOGRAPHY GUILD AND OLYMPIC COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB PRESENT GEORGE LEPP - NO LIMITS - Wednesday, May 10th,2017, Time 7-9pm $5
George Lepp shares the capture techniques and technology he’s developing and using right now, in the wild and in the studio, including achieving unlimited depth of eld in both high-magni- cation and landscape photography; conveying action through time and space; and capturing intimate wildlife studies using extreme telephoto lens techniques. This program is sponsored by Canon Explorers of Light and the information works for all camera brands. http://kitsapphotographyguild.com/docs/George_Lepp_Event.pdf
Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets http://leppphoto.bpt.me