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SW Florida Workshop Update

There are a few spots open for the South West Florida Workshop.  For those planning on getting away and having some fun in the sun photographing birds and landscapes the discounted rates at the hotel require reservations before February 20th.  So make sure you book as soon as possible.  If you any problems making reservations please ask for Jennifer Campbell.

Here is a link to the information flier for the workshop Florida 2012

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Africa Photo Safari – Nov 2013

We have just finalized the plans and itinerary for the Africa Photo Safari to Namibia and Botswana.  The safari is limited to a minimum of 9 participants and a maximum of 11.  Due mainly to the high season in this region reservations and an initial deposit is required by the end of November.

Africa 2013 PDF Brochure

All the details are in the documents as follows:

Africa 2013

Registration Form SVP Africa

Enrollment SVP Africa

Release Form SVP

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Glorious Acadia Workshop Report

Sunrise - Otter Cliffs

It sure has been a crazy week – returned from a fabulous 3 day workshop in Acadia.  Despite all the issues with the hotel closing we got rooms at a decent motel one mile from the park entrance.  Some rain the first afternoon resulted in staying indoors but the next two days were perfect.  The winds on Saturday were a force to be reckoned with.  It was impossible to keep the camera steady with constant gusts.

Here are a two more images.


Sunrise Sunday - Pebble Beach

This was shot with a 2 second exposure to tame the ocean a bit.

Water Reflected

 

One bit of creativity:

Birch & Birches

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Cape Cod – Sunday Sept. 11

Got back late Saturday afternoon after doing my Macro and Close-up presentation in New York but had to do some shooting so decided to go and spend some time at the Cape.  The clouds were not looking good all afternoon but decided to take a chance and stayed for sunset.  This is the result – I guess just like the rest of New England the Cape is unpredictable.

Canon 7D, 16-35 mm at 24 mm, ISO 100, f14, 1.6 sec

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