WHEN: August 25th, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
This will be a private webinar for our club members and for whomever you wish to share the registration link:
About The Webinar:
Wildlife photography is unlike any other style of photography in that our ability to understand, find, and know our subjects is key to our success. What is it that helps separate great wildlife photographers from good ones? What skills, habits, tips, and knowledge do you need to take your wildlife photography to the next level? When does technical and creative exposure come together to produce brilliant images?
- Introductions & Greetings
- Preparedness - Before & When You are in the Field
- Skill - Wildlife Photography Skills
- Luck - When Preparedness & Skill Meet at the Right Moment
About Lee Hoy
Olympus Educator, Photo Instructor
As owner/operator of Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours, I focus my time on helping others enjoy the beauty of the Big Bend National Park Region and serving as a freelance photographer when time permits. Publishing is fun, but my main interest is in helping others capture spectacular images while they are visiting Big Bend National Park or surrounding areas. I am an award winning photographer and my images have been in Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine, Texas Highways, Bird Watcher’s Digest, & NANPA’s Expressions.
I also serve as a photography workshop instructor for Wildside Nature Tours with destinations such as the Galapagos Islands National Park, Ecuador, Amazon Riverboat Cruise, Costa Rica, Panama, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park in winter, and more.
My photography experience began at the age of 16 when my mom gave me a Canon AE1 with a broken meter and I bought John Shaw’s The Nature Photographer’s Complete Guide to Professional Field Techniques. With this book, I learned the sunny f/16 rule and with many rolls of slide film in hand, I headed to the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma near where I lived at the time. This is how my love for photography was birthed and later with a new camera and lens, my grandparents took me on my inaugural trip to Big Bend National Park and the surrounding region.
I was delighted to be named an official Olympus Educator after making the switch from a full frame system which I had used for over 25 years to the Olympus OM-D system in April 2019. I have never been happier with my gear and the features and abilities it provides in capturing amazing images of our world.
REGISTRATION INFO: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email and unique link for you to join the webinar, as well as a link to add a reminder to your calendar.
NOTE… the confirmation link is unique to each registrant and cannot be shared.
Reminder emails will be sent to each participant 24 hours and again 1 hour prior to the webinar.
Also note that registering for the webinar will add you to their email list for information and updates on tours, contests and webinars.