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Wildlife Photography: Tule Elk and other Critters

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Details Reyes National Seashore remains the only National Park unit where Tule elk can be found. Their image has been expressed in the local folk art and numerous local and nationally published photographs. These majestic animals shape the landscape around them, and embody the restoration of the dominant native herbivore to the California coastal ecosystem. This class will cover the process of taking better pictures of the wildlife that abounds in the park through direct practice in the field. Efforts will focus on the Tule elk reserve at the northern reaches of the seashore to cover topics including composition, exposure, white balance, using filters, perspective, and many more! The day will start with a sunrise session out at Pierce Point to capture the elk in the glowing dawn light and then head to the Red Barn for a wildlife shooting lecture, tips and tricks and then back to Pierce Point for an optional sunset Tule elk photographing safari. All skill levels welcome. To Register for this MeetpUp please visit:

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