This October you can sit at home and practice duck face in the mirror, or you can travel to Belize with the pro photogs at Yellow Dog and take your creative captures to a higher level. Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures just announced dates for its first ever outdoor and fishing photography workshop in Belize. The six-night/five-day school takes place at El Pescador Lodge on Ambergris Caye.
This immersive workshop will be led by three well-known and accomplished outdoor and fishing photographers: Bryan Gregson, Jess McGlothlin and Jim Klug. The school includes daily classes and instruction, three full days of guided flats fishing, field trips on Ambergris and visits to surrounding islands, all lodging and meals. Location: El Pescador Lodge – Ambergris Caye, Belize Dates: October 22-28, 2016 (6 nights/5 days) Cost Per Person (All Inclusive): $3,995.
Curriculum and Instruction Included in Workshop:
• Creative composition for outdoor photographers • Effectively using circular polarizers and ND filters • Underwater photography: equipment and techniques • Night photography: stars and light painting • Proper fish handling techniques and shooting great “hero” shots • Packing and travel advice for outdoor photographers • Recommended “kit” and equipment lists for fishing photographers • Sunrise and sunset shooting techniques • Travel photography: Food, fishing, people, places and things • File handling: downloading, labeling, editing and organizing • Social media techniques for the independent outdoor photographer • Nighttime photo walks • Daily (evening) photo critique for all participants
Tom Bie is the founder, editor, and publisher of The Drake. He started the magazine in 1998 as an annual newsprint publication based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He then moved it to Steamboat, Colorado (1999), Boulder, Colorado (2001), and San Clemente, California (2004), as he took jobs as managing editor at Paddler, Senior Editor at Skiing, and Editor-in-Chief at Powder, respectively. Tom and The Drake are now both based in Denver, Colorado, where The Drake is finally all grows up(Swingers, 1996) to a quarterly magazine.