On this Safari we teach the principles of travel photography and camera use by wending our way slowly along the Tidal Basin path towards the Jefferson Memorial.
There will be lots of opportunities to photograph these birds in flight as they return to the rookery with nesting materials. The morning light will illuminate the birds quite well.
Particular instruction will be given on how to properly expose an all white subject, as well as proper panning techniques for birds in flight. We will examine different autofocus settings and will learn to use manual exposure.
Participants will get best results with a 300mm or longer lens( please consult Sean for advice); an extra memory card may be a good idea, this tends to be a place where lots of shots are taken. Dress for the weather, this is an all outside class.
- What to Bring
- Long Lenses
- Extra memory cards
- Extra charged battery
- Accessories such as filters, remote release
- Weather appropriate clothing
- Where to Meet
Meet at Kiwanis Lake, York Pennsylvania: 695 N. Newberry St. York, PA 17404. Here is a map!
- Your Instructor
Since he first bought a used Pentax K1000 in 1989 Sean Quintilian has traveled over much of North America in search of outstanding wildlife and nature photographs. His body of work includes images from 14 U.S. National Parks and dozens of National Wildlife Refuges, with over 100 species of mammals, birds, and reptiles recorded. Sean has spent over 600 days on location over the past 17 years including 20 weeks in Yellowstone National Park alone. His work has appeared in publications, exhibits, and even a CD jacket. His fine art prints have graced the walls of many offices and homes. Sean has a growing portrait and wedding business.