I spent this past weekend leading my Chincoteague Nature Photography Bootcamp. This was my fifth or sixth time leading a workshop on Chincoteague and as always I go into the field with no real solid expectations, but rather choose to remain flexible and work the light and wildlife with whatever comes my way. We had a great group of 8 very talented photographers who made the best of the sometimes tumultuous weather and high winds. All in all. I was very impressed with everyones work in the critique session at the end of the workshop.
Below are a few of my favorite captures from the weekend. Each set of images illustrates a beautiful, yet standard capture on the left, complimented by my attempt to capture a deeper and more thoughtful image of the same scene. Click on any image to see a larger view.
And a big thanks to my friends at lensrentals.com for the Nikon 200-400mm f4 which without many of the wildlife images would not have been possible!
Thanks for reading the blog and I'll see you online.
Cheers, Joseph Rossbach