Meet at Bartholomew’s Cobble in Ashley Falls and spend a few hours walking the gentle trails that grace this unique property. We will discuss wildlife and bird photography, what settings are best for you to use, compose landscapes across the fields and along the banks of the Housatonic.
If you’ve got them bring your tripod and long lenses and we will seek to capture action images of the many raptors that reside at the Cobble. Use of a handheld meter will be explained as will the use of filters to extend your dynamic range, intensify the colors of your composition and learn how to control the bright sunlight of this summer day.
With over 30 years active photographic experience, Kubis has imaged the gamut of subjects, locations, people and things, including travel, educational, stock photography, public relations, advertising and fine art. He has also taught nearly every topic as it relates to photography, smartphone and drone technology. His broad experiences include assignments from Time-Life, JP Morgan Chase, Air France, Heidelberg, MAN Roland, Sailing, Cruising World and NorthEast Boating.
Five dollar admission is required for entry to the preserve