An Open Night
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November 15, 2018 An Open Night - All are Welcome
The Next Adventure BIRDS
Referred by David Hayen Esq. 1203
You may have seen photographer Steve Kaye in the field. He was the guy with the big lens.
Often he was standing still, waiting for a bird to appear. At other times he was letting people look through his camera to see something they have never seen before. Other times he would be conducting a photography class outside.
His presentation features over 100 photos plus videos of birds, some of which show rare views of bird behavior. The photo tour celebrates the extraordinary beauty in Nature. Birds included are the Sandhill Crane (landing), American Avocet (in winter), the Brown Pelican, the Osprey, Rufous Hummingbird (female), Sanderling (winter), the Red-headed Woodpecker, the Snowy Plover (female), the Black Skimmer and Ross’s Goose.
In 2010 he began to focus on taking photos of birds (although he still takes photos of landscapes, plants, and wildlife). During the past eight years he has taken more than a half-million photographs. Steve has twice presented at the Sedona Humingbird festival, conducted classes on nature photography and judged various photography contests. Several of his photographs were included in “Woodpeckers of North America” (by Stephen A. Shunk, published May 2016).
In addition to a thrilling and informative photography safari, Steve will also share some photo tips on how to take better, more memorable photos, including tips on how to take photos of Hummingbirds.
Steve Kaye began his career as a research engineer in 1972 with a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Carnegie Mellon.