Tuesday, April 19 | 7 pm EDT/4 pm PDT
Facilitator: John Ehrenfeld
Length: 1 Hour
Level: Beginner, Intermediate/Advanced, Professional
Due to DDT, lead ammunition, and other man-made obstacles, bald eagles came close to extinction in the lower 48 states. They are now thriving, and how the last thirty years transpired is an amazing story. Hear that story as well as the best places in the United States to find and photograph bald eagles, including the ethical questions photographers should keep in mind when doing so. John will share example photographs of adult and juvenile eagles that he has taken and review ideal camera settings. The webinar will conclude with a question-and-answer segment.
About John Ehrenfeld
|Born and raised in New York City, John Ehrenfeld attended the High School of Music & Art. After college John became a film and video content producer, eventually starting his own company and moving it to Los Angeles where it prospered for two decades. Photography was once a hobby for John but turned into a passion throughout the years and helped shape the path he would take going forward. Settling in Napa County in Northern California, he has been totally dedicated to the photographic arts, particularly nature and wildlife photography. John is working on his first book, Silently Into The Wild, and he conducts private and group wildlife photo tours and teaches photography.|