It’s been awhile since I posted. I’ve been busy processing images from the corporate photo shoot I did last Wednesday and the last couple of days have been busy with domestic chores and things that just needed to be done, so not much time for photography. I hope to correct that today. 🙂
I have three eagle images for you today from my shoot at the Bee Branch Creek project in Dubuque.
If you recall I spent about three hours there and shot over 2,000 images of the eagles and gulls fishing. It was a fun experience and offered some real challenges that I haven experienced before. Lots of background clutter and things for the auto focus to pick up on. So I did have a larger than normal amount of blurry images as well.
I still have eagle images that I haven’t looked at and evaluated yet. 🙂
Exciting news for me. I have enrolled in a photography class that is going to be taught by the great Joe McNally and Bill Fortney. Two of the biggest names in professional photography. The cool thing about this class is that it is 4 days long and there are only 14 students, so lots of one on one instruction. The other really cool thing is that my entire family is going with me, the Queen, my children, grand children and son-in-law. No they won’t be going to the class but they will be doing fun things while I’m doing fun things. 🙂
Anyway stay tuned because as Mr. Fortney told me on the phone, “This will be epic.” I hope so.
That’s it for today. I hope you enjoy your Sunday (snowed here last night.) Oh and as a side note, my “brackets” are pretty much toast. Be careful.
Wow Dave, these photos are spectacular! I am always in awe of photographers that can capture a bird mid-flight, amazing!!!
Thank you Lauar. You should see some of my early eagle shots. 🙂 Like anything it just takes a lot of practice. Hope all is well. Keep up the good work. Regards.
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