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Frozen Moments
With the advent of digital photography it has become increasingly difficult to show people something new and different. High-speed flash allows photographers to stand out from the crowd. Photographing subjects and situations such as Hummingbirds in flight, frogs frozen mid-leap, a honeybee hovering above a flower, we can see and show other moments in nature that we otherwise miss. Participants will learn how to use off the shelf electronic flash for true high-speed photography for these subjects and so much more. Attendees will also learn how to add a high-speed trigger system and even an electro-magnetic shutter to create a whole new world of exciting imagery!

Jun 9, 2020 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Steve Gettle
Presenter @Gettle Photography
I am a nature photographer. I photograph the natural world because I love it. I have been passionate about nature since I was a small child, and I am fortunate to have been able to build my life around nature and my photography. My cameras have taken me around the world and shown me wondrous things that I could hardly have even dreamt of. It is truly my privilege to share my work and experiences with you.
Nicole Sudduth
Host @Gettle Photography
Nicole is an avid nature photographer who specializes in photographing wildflowers, insects, amphibians and birds. She has been photographing wildlife for over 15 years and enjoys sharing the wonders of nature and inspiring others in exploring that passion. Through her images she connects the story of wildlife and habitat, showing interactions and inter-dependencies that are sometimes missed. Her images and stories have been featured in publications of the National Wildlife Federation, Audubon and other nonprofit organizations.