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It’s packed with 220 color photographs, technical information, instructional wildlife photography tips, “Making the Photo” stories, a comprehensive checklist of photography basics and gear, and a calendar that predicts year-round wildlife photography opportunities.
For four decades, photographing Arizona wildlife has made Bruce’s life rich with experience and anecdotes, from netting bats after dark, to staying calm while face-to-face with massive bull elk on the Mogollon Rim.
During this special event, Bruce will narrate photographs, share anecdotes, and explain exposure and composition techniques from to a.m.
Join photographer and author Bruce Taubert at enthralling photography workshop on April 28, 2018 at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum (BTA).
But head for the mountains and people may well invite you to come over to drink their homemade cellar wine (many Swiss make their own wine).
“Everybody takes care of his own business and the cows will be well guarded,” is a Swiss saying.
Bruce’s work has been published in , among dozens of other magazines.
To learn more about this photography workshop, visit https://arizona.edu/(scroll down to the April 28th event listing). To see more of Taubert’s photos and read more about him at
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