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Custom Photo Workshops on the Outer Banks

I have chosen the Outer Banks of NC as my home because of its spectacular and varied photographic opportunities.  The Outer Banks is a 150 mile-long ribbon of sand that contains spectacular scenery...beaches, dunes, maritime forest, marshes, lighthouses and many other beautiful coastal landscapes.  There is also a great variety and abundance of wildlife here to photograph.  Within a two hour drive, there are 8 National Wildlife Refuges, 2 National Seashores, 5 State Parks and numerous other natural areas.  This area of northeastern NC is popular among the birding community as a destination that produces a wide variety of birds throughout the year.  Unknown to most visitors, the Outer Banks region is the wintering home of an extraordinary number of waterfowl (ducks, geese and swans).  One one lake alone, each winter, you can typically find about 300,000 ducks and 30,000 tundra swans.  It truly is a nature photographers paradise.

Workshops that fit Your Schedule

Because I live here on the Outer Banks, I can always schedule a photo workshop that fits your schedule.  This is a great opportunity to experience the Outer Banks with a professional photographer that has the local knowledge that will get you to locations that most never find.

Workshop Topics and Subjects

Wild Horses
Dunescapes and Seascapes
Lighthouses
Bird Photography
Waterfowl Photography
Wildlife Photography
Coastal Bears
Night Photography and Starscapes
Coastal Sunrises and Sunsets
Learning your Camera
Photography Basics
Exposure and Composition
 

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