Harry Skeggs to Host FREE Wildlife Imagery Masterclass

Delkin Devices is excited to partner with award-winning wildlife photographer, Harry Skeggs, as he hosts an exclusive FREE webinar on styling vivid imagery and the engagement of wildlife in their natural settings. Delkin and Harry both hope by attending his webinar, you gain not only critical information regarding wildlife photography but also are afforded the chance to learn from a photographer many consider one of the world’s leading fine artists and whose images are described as some of the most iconic of the 21st Century.

A committed advocate of ethical photography, Harry will walk attendees through various perspectives and photography skill sets he’s developed over his career to create his iconic shooting style. He will also touch on the importance of working with animals in their own environments rather than relying on outdated and harmful practices like baiting, triggers, and harassment. Harry believes that in order to capture a creature’s true essence, a photographer must immerse themselves into the surrounding habitat and work confidently in an animal’s space. By offering up his incredible artistry and vast knowledge of his subjects, Harry hopes to elevate other photographers’ skills, developing their techniques and tricks of the trade so every webinar attendee is able to not only produce their best work, but also treasure the freedom their wildlife subjects deserve.

Photographers of all experience levels are welcome to join Harry Skeggs online on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 10 AM PST. Those interested can register for the event at the following link: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/find/eventDetails.jsp/id/4376. Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from one of the industry’s leading experts!

For more information on Harry Skeggs or to see more of his work, please visit his website at the following link: https://skeggsphotography.com/

Learning Lab Tip: Telephoto Lens

 

Most photographers use a macro lens for close-ups. Our friend/Delkin Devices Image Maker Rick Sammon offers another idea: use a telephoto lens. Rick photographed this red-eye tree frog in Costa Rich with his 100-400mm IS lens set at 400mm. Get more tips from Rick on his web site: www.ricksammon.com