Call today for private and small group bird photography workshops in Palm Beach County.

PhotoMasters Workshops by Bob Gibson announces one and three-day advanced bird photography workshops in February, March and April.

Bird Photography
Cormorant
Florida Everglades Birds

Each workshop is limited in size to five students for ultimate in personalized learning–and are geared for beginning and intermediate DSLR photographers who desire to achieve professional results.

Florida Birding Tours
Bird Photography Workshops
South Florida is one of the world’s best destinations for photographing water birds.

Lifelong Palm Beach County outdoorsman and award-winning photographer, Bob Gibson, leads workshops in South Florida’s most exciting birding locations including: Wodokohatchee Wetland, Green Cay Wetland, Riverbend Park and Winding Waters Park. Students are taught the nuances of telephoto depth of field and high-speed continuous focus to capture birds feeding and in flight.

Gray Headed Swamp Hen photographed at Wodokohatchee Wetland

Students will learn best Adobe Lightroom post processing techniques for bird and wildlife images, and will create files for fine art printing and publication.

Roseate Spoonbill
Florida Wetlands
Bird Photography Tours

The chosen locations are common nesting and feeding areas for Florida’s most beautiful and interesting birds, including:

Purple Gallinule, Grey Headed Swamphen, Roseatte Spoonbill, Anhinga, Cormorant, Great Heron, Blue Heron, Tri-Colored Heron, White Egret, Snowy Egret, Reddish Egret, Red Tailed Hawk, Limpkin and Wood Ducks.

Anhinga overlooking South Florida wetland
Female Anhinga
Great Egret feeding at Jupiter Florida's Riverbend Park
Great Egret feeding at Riverbend Park, Jupiter Florida
Tri-Colored Heron in Palm Beach County Florida
Tri-colored Heron at South Florida’s Winding Waters Preserve.
Little Blue Heron photographed in Palm Beach County during PhotoMasters Workshops by Bob Gibson
Little Blue Heron taken in Palm Beach County, Florida during PhotoMasters Workshops by Bob Gibson

Masters of Florida Birds

To R.S.V.P, e-mail Bob Gibson rjg@rjgibson.com