Photographing birds from floating blinds: a wildlife photo workshop in La Dombes, France in June 2019

From June 1 to 10, 2019, we will teach a wildlife photography workshop about photographing birds from floating blinds in the marshes of La Dombes.

La Dombes is a swampy area northeast of Lyon, France. It is also called the region of the thousand lakes, and it is home to over 130 species of migratory and resident birds.

Wildlife photo workshop from floating blinds in France - June 2019
Wildlife photo workshop from floating blinds in France - June 2019.

 

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Not only do our workshops in wildlife, underwater, or landscape photography initiate training of photographs, but they also provide you with the opportunity to learn digital photo editing. Our photography training courses will allow you to learn the techniques of artistic photography whether you are a beginner photographer or a confirmed photographer. We invite you to join us in this adventure!

 

 

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Amar and Isabelle Guillen. Professional Photographers of nature.

Isabelle and Amar Guillen are two photographers specializing in underwater, wildlife, and landscape photography. In 1987, their photographic adventure began while they both prepared for a degree in computer engineering. The visual beauty offered by the sumptuous surrounding landscapes and the wildlife held within began (and continues) to be their source of inspiration. This has led them to entirely devote themselves to a professional photographic career, allowing them to share their contemplative and artistic interpretation of nature. For the last fifteen years, they have photographed both the animals and their terrestrial and underwater natural landscapes. Their photographic scenes are animated by the infinite mysteries hidden in nature.
Through their photographic gaze of nature, they strive to highlight the importance of its conservation. Isabelle and Amar live and exhibit between France and the United States, both of which supply wildlife, landscapes, and cultures, providing inspiration for the Guillen's work. Isabelle and Amar have published several books including "Lights and Colors of the Charente-Maritime Coast", "Reflections of Haute-Saintonge", and "The Secrets of Underwater Photography ".

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