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Bird Photography - an Introduction

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Learn some basics of wildlife photography from photography professor Susan Evans.

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There is more to successful wildlife photography than simply identifying your subject and clicking the shutter. We will identify core skills and you will learn to dramatically up your game through gear choice, composition, lighting and other techniques where patience is often more than enough to make masterful images.

Susan Evans started her photography career at the age of 8 as a darkroom helper for her father who was a wildlife biologist, avid Audubon member and Assistant Director of Intermountain Region of the USFS. Since then, Evans’ formal education yielded a BFA in both Photography and Holography from Goddard College and a MFA cum laude from Cornell University. Evans is an Associate Professor of Art at Oakland University in Michigan, where she teaches photography.

Her work is shown nationally and internationally and is included in many collections including: The George Eastman House Museum; Detroit Institute of Arts; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Art Houston; Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland; Galerie Lichtblick, Köln, Germany and Collection Dancing Bear among others.

***Black-crowned Night Heron photo taken by Susan's father, Keith Evans.

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