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The Wonderful World of Hummingbirds

Jan van der Greef

In this fascinating event Jan van der Greef shares his amazing encounters in South America - Hummingbird paradise and journeys to the hotspots of these wonderful and enigmatic birds in Brazil, Ecuador and Peru.

Hummingbirds are distributed throughout the Americas and are a very diverse family with 377 species and with jaw-dropping characteristics. They are among the most diverse and specialized group of avian pollinators and faster than our eyes can see!
The challenges for photographers are clear but the amazing results that can be obtained are mesmerizing.


Jan has kindly shared a preview of his presentation with us and it is stunning, in this presentation, there is a great mixture of precision photography with the photographic considerations, incredible insights into the challenges of photographing the specific species woven in with his trademark creativity and wonderous perspective of the lands and people in the places he visits.

Photographers will appreciate the tips and advice along with the insight into what it takes to build a world-class and award-winning portfolio of a species.

Photography Experts bring you the very best photographers who excel at their craft but also deliver a top-quality Web presentation that is as entertaining as it is informative. In each presentation the Expert not only shares their stunning imagery with you but the detail of where and how the image was taken, they will give you their own personal insights on composition and settings not available anywhere else in this format. We seriously recommend registration and participation in the live event for the chance to ask questions directly yourself or listen to the answers they give to other participants. Only registrants to the live event will have access to the Q&A content as well as being given a 72 hour post event streaming of the event, so even if for some reason you are unable to attend you still get to see the full event.

24 May 2021 at 18:00:00


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