Join me (Joe Decker) and acclaimed wildlife and nature photographer Mike Spinak in this two-day expedition to the elephant seals at the south end of California's Big Sur. This incredible location allows close access to the seals often allowing the animals to be worked with focal lengths as short as 200mm. This workshop will be limited to a maximum of twelve students, and with two instructors you'll be assured of having constant access to advice on working these amazing creatures as well as post-processing, long lens technique and general phtoographic questions.
I've known Mike and followed his work for years, and I'm incredibly excited to be offering this workshop with him.
To register, contact Mike or myself. Workshop tuituion is $575.
More about Mike:
Internationally acclaimed, award winning photographer Mike Spinak began photography in 1998. Lifelong passions for travel, nature, and creative expression developed into a lifestyle and career in photography and writing.
Mike photographs landscapes, wildlife, flora, fungi, patterns – anything and everything nature. He uses his knowledge as a naturalist to find subjects and themes that people rarely see; then uses photography to share his experiences with others. Mike strives to show people the beauty and wonder of the natural world, so that people feel kinship with nature.
His nature photography studio is wherever he finds himself with a camera and Nature’s largess.