Wildlife photographer and workshop leader Oliver Klink will present a lecture and two field workshops at Keeble & Shuchat in October.
Join Oliver Klink, Friday October 2nd, 6:00PM – 8:00PM at Keeble & Shuchat for a lecture on the techniques, experience, and rewards of photographing wildlife. Oliver will draw on his vast experience to both inform and entertain you. This program, lavishly illustrated with Oliver’s amazing images, will give you a primer on what is necessary to make great nature images: the technique and gear necessary to capture the images you see in galleries, on the web, and in books. Admission to the lecture is $9.99, or included at no additional cost if you register for one of the field workshops.
Join Oliver, Saturday October 3rd, 7:00AM – 11:30AM in the field and practice the techniques he teaches. This hands on photo experience, supported by Canon, will allow you to experience first hand the rewards of photographing wildlife. This is a complete photographic experience. You will learn photo techniques, what gear is necessary and what is optional, discuss how a knowledge of animal behavior is a critical component in the photographer’s tool box, and learn a bit of natural history about the habitat in which you are photographing. Admission to the field workshop is $179.99, and includes registration for lecture and follow up session at no additional cost.
You can also join Oliver in the afternoon,Saturday October 3rd, 12:30PM – 5:00PM for another field workshop session. Admission to the field workshop is $179.99, and includes registration for lecture and follow up session at no additional cost.
Participants in either (or both) of the field workshops are invited to join Oliver Klink, Wednesday October 7th, 1:00PM – 3:30PM at Keeble & Shuchat to share images, and discuss key issues in post-production for nature images. Time allowing, Oliver will discuss next steps towards getting your work recognized and address participant questions. This session is included with registration for field workshop.
Oliver Klink’s studies in physics and photography were the catalyst for his love of light and the complexity of our existence. Today, as a professional photographer, he travels the world to capture the intricacy and interconnectedness of our ecosystems. The subjects range from fine art wildlife to vanishing traditions. The link between his various body of works, is the increasingly complex modern world constantly unfolding in new and unexpected ways. He captures our cultural changes, the environments we inhabit, and the insights into our world and ourselves. His artistic goal is telling stories with his images and making the viewers dream.
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