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September 3, 2009


Chincoteague Winter Wildlife Workshop Announcement!

by josephrossbachphoto
November 13 -15, 2009
Chincoteague Island, Virginia
Only 3 spots left!
Register today

With miles of unspoiled coastal beaches and islands, not to mention one of the premier East Coast birding and wildlife spots, Virginia’s Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding historic fishing villages make for a remarkable workshop location. This area is known for its abundance of migratory birds and wild Ponies. We will be on location at the best time of the year to capture the bird migration and will have our fair share of shooting Great Blue Herons, Osprey, Great White Egrets, Snowy Egrets, Cattle Egrets and Tundra Swans just to name a few bird species.

Joseph Rossbach will guide and instruct on this unforgettable workshop experience. Not only will we get you to the best locations, you will receive individual attention to help you make the best possible images. In addition to field sessions in beautiful settings, we will also hold classroom and critique sessions during the weekend. This workshop is open to all levels of photographers.
Chincoteague and Assateague Islands are world famous for the wild ponies that roam the beaches and backwaters of the preserve and we will have a chance to photograph the ponies in great light. In addition to the wonderful wildlife, we will be able to photograph seashore scenics, marshes, macro subjects and coastal villages. If the light and weather conditions are right, we will also offer night time photography where we’ll photograph star trails and even do some light painting with high powered lamps.



1 Comment Post a comment
  1. josephrossbachphoto
    Sep 4 2009

    Down to 1 spot on this workshop!


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