In this training, Tin Man shows how he progressed from being a mediocre photographer missing critical shots all the time to consistently nailing sharp birds-in-flight and wildlife-in-action photos, creating super-sharp images with stunning details and no noise, making museum-quality prints, wowing people, winning awards (including the grand prize of Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International), and being interviewed on TV by the Smithsonian Channel. He did all of this by applying a "Reverse" method to create unexpected elements in his photography and tell a story. Tin Man's work has made covers in Nature's Best Photography, NANPA Expressions, Smithsonian Calendar, Alaska Magazine, and Wild Planet Photo Magazine, and he's been featured in Nature’s Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Nik Softwares, Peta Pixel, and many other publications.
Hundreds of Tin Man's students have adopted his unique method and gone on to create stunning BIF and wildlife photos that have moved people, won awards, and made a difference in conservation. The best part is that many of them had no experience in the field or in post-processing when they started!
Ready to create powerful, super-sharp BIF and wildlife action photos that actually move people? Register now to learn how to transform your bird and wildlife photography even if you don't have much time to spend in the field and travel, or are overwhelmed by intimidating, complicated camera settings.