Ok, enough silliness. I have news. I am positively tickled to announce our little BugShot family is expanding. Who have we added? None other than Piotr Naskrecki! Piotr is a master conservation photographer, a katydid expert at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology, author of “Relics” and “The Smaller Majority”, and a founding member of the [...]
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I am extremely pleased this morning to announce that our BugShot workshops are expanding to the tropics! BugShot’s first rainforest photography workshop will be held January 19-26, 2013. I can’t speak for all tastes, but from my perspective a sunny insect-filled week in the Neotropics will be just the thing to relieve the bite of [...]
I’m back from a simply tremendous weekend at the 2012 BugShot photo workshop! This year’s event was handily attended by a cadre of social media-savvy bloggers, so rather than recap the festivities myself I will leave you in the capable hands of participants. I will continue to update the list as more material works its [...]
We opened ticket sales this morning at 8:00 am EST and have already received stacks of registrations. I’m so excited! Register yourself here: http://bugshot.ticketleap.com/bugshot2012/ The event website is here: http://bugshot.net/events/ *update 3:45pm: and just like that, half the spaces are already filled.
I am pleased to announce that BugShot, our humble insect photography event from last summer, is poised to expand into a series of courses & workshops. For starters, this means two things: The 2012 BugShot summer workshop now has a time and a place: the magical Archbold Biological Station in Florida, August 23-26. BugShot now [...]
am wrapping up closing details on my way home from a smashingly successful bug photo workshop. A tremendous group of people! I’ll blog BugShot in detail later. In the meantime, the words and pictures of others who attended: Fall to Climb Beetles in the Bush (1) Beetles in the Bush (2) Worm Salad (1) Worm [...]