Photographing Wood Storks at Dungannon Heritage Preserve

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How do you capture the prehistoric-looking wood stork in its natural habitat? Professional wildlife photographer, Doug Gardner, shows you how to photograph these unusual birds in South Carolina’s Dungannon Heritage Preserve.

In this video, Doug Gardner joins wildlife photographer, Eric Horan, for some lessons on capturing the wood stork. You will learn why it works better to use front and back lighting on a sunny morning. Why it’s better to overexpose for tight shots and underexpose for wide shots. Why different lenses work to capture image variety and many more wildlife photography tips.

Come along with pro shooters, Doug Gardner and Eric Horan, as they capture the fascinating wood stork in the Dungannon Heritage Preserve.

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South Carolina’s ACE Basin – Course Preview
Photographing Wood Storks at Dungannon Heritage Preserve
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