Our First in a Series of HSW Instructor Profiles: Meet Mr. Nature as he gets up close with the wildlife
For those who have ever had Ralph Clevenger as an instructor, you know how incredibly lucky you are to have been taught by such a master. Ralph’s distinguished career as a wildlife photographer, from the plains of the Serengeti to the ice fields of Alaska, is equally matched by his unrivaled teaching methods for the past 30 years at Brooks Institute of Photography.
We are proud to profile Ralph as he talks about his experiences both behind the camera and behind the lectern.
Listen as Ralph shares his most memorable shooting experience, his worst shooting experiences, and why he loves teaching. Plus a story about an Arctic Fox who mistook Ralph for … we’ll let him tell the story!
HSW is extremely proud (and we consider ourselves lucky!) to have Ralph bring his experience and amazing teaching style to HSW with his Macro Photography Workshop Course, Aug. 1-2. This course is limited to only five students, to ensure that one-on-one teaching experience with one of the true masters in the industry.
This small-group, intimate course will introduce the specialized equipment and techniques needed to photograph the beauty and drama of the macro world. A special opportunity with a small-animal wrangler will let us interact with captive critters like frogs, lizards, spiders, mantis, and other insects in natural settings and terrariums.
THIS WORKSHOP COURSE IS LIMITED TO ONLY FIVE STUDENTS … ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT!!!