“The instruction was great! I learned quite a bit camera settings even for my small camera. Ed was very helpful and answered all questions.”
“It was a well valued experience. I look forward to my next opportunity to be out in the field with you.”
“Ed packed a ton of information into his one-day workshop that you’d normally get over the course of a week. He gave me a fresh way to capture a location that I had previously photographed several times over the years. In fact, one of my images from that workshop was selected for a competitive exhibition in Denver just a month later.”
“Ed’s technique as an instructor is caring and supportive and not just technical in nature. He really wants his students to succeed. He goes above and beyond the workshop description. I continue to recommend his workshops to all.”
“Ed has a wealth of knowledge about nature photography. I look forward to more workshops with him in the future”
“Ed gave me great individualized attention and helped me advance my photography in a comfortable way”
“Just wanted to let you know how much I have been enjoying your articles “Photo Ops” in the Bosque Watch Newsletters. I am just starting back up my long dormant hobby of photography and find your articles both informative and inspirational. I was just there this past week and can’t wait to get back, too bad it is such a long drive from Denver.“
“During and after Crane Fest I heard many positive comments about how nicely you and your photography workshops worked out, …, and your donation on top of that! Thanks so much.”
I wanted to let you know I’ve had an incredible run in 2016-17 in my photography and your workshop was a key to that success. I have been accepted into juried competitions from New York to San Francisco and from Chicago to Houston (about a dozen all together). And one of the photos from your workshop has sort of become an “iconic” one of mine that has been selected several times for shows.
Recently attended one of Ed’s classes and was very pleased with the way he coaches and interacts with his students. I relearned how to use fundamentals of exposure and focus to greatly enhance my skills in bird photography, from an obvious expert in his craft.