Wildlife Photography Workshop- May 2017 | Montana Audubon


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Wildlife Photography Workshop- May 2017

Renowned wildlife and landscape photographer Tom Murphy has photographed nature in Africa, Antarctica and the Far North but his passion is the Yellowstone region. This in-depth workshop will cover shot composition, how to use the ISO setting, and thoroughly explain aperture, exposure, Bokah and other adjustments found on various cameras.

Your participation will help support the conservation of birds and other wildlife in Montana.

  • When: May 12 & 13, 2017
  • Where: Best Western Gran Tree Inn, Bozeman, Montana
  • Cost: $275.00 per person- includes Friday evening coffee & tea; Saturday lunch, dinner, beverages and a $200.00 tax-deductible contribution shared by Montana Audubon and Sacajawea Audubon.

Register here: Please type “Tom Murphy Workshop” in Gift Notes Field

Please call Montana Audubon for more information: 406.443.3949 or via email [email protected]

Click here to view the workshop flyer: tom-murphy-flyer

Registration form (mandatory for participants): tom-murphy-photo-workshop-registration

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