Melville, NY—Canon USA is inviting photographers to go wild photographing Florida’s reptiles, amphibians and waterfowl at its Florida Macro Live Learning Destination Workshop. The workshops will be held April 1–4, 2016, in Fort Myers, Florida.
Intermediate and advanced photographers can get up close and personal with Florida’s macro creatures. They will include colorful dart frogs, snakes, chameleons and geckos, as well as wading birds and alligators.
The interactive and informative workshop includes a full day indoors staging and photographing a collection of Florida’s striking macro creatures. They will be posed on natural plants, flowers and backgrounds—without glass or barriers.
For the remainder of the workshop, attendees will spend time at Florida’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Six-Mile Cypress Slough and also Ding Darling National Wildlife. On location they will have a chance to learn long lens techniques, panning, freezing action and slow motion blur treatment for capturing water birds as well as wildlife, including alligators in their natural habitat. During the workshop, attendees will also learn to use manual metering to get perfect exposure regardless of the subject’s background.
Canon Live Learning Destination Workshop Fees
The Canon Live Learning Destination Workshop fee is $1,400, with a $100 CPS (Canon Professional Services) discount. The workshop will be held at the Courtyard Marriott, 10050 Gulf Center Drive. Lodging, airfare as well as meals are the responsibility of the attendee. For additional information, visit regonline.com/20160401macro or e-mail CanonLiveLearning@cusa.canon.com.