“All we have to do is open our eyes to see the beauty that surrounds us” – gwc
Getting good photographs of birds, butterflies, insects and other small subjects
is not an easy task. Knowing how to use the equipment you have or what equipment
you may need is a big part of the learning process, as well as being useful in
getting good photos.
The photo weekends have been designed to help you
accomplish this and provide you with many photo opportunities.
Most of the time will be spent photographing the various subjects and plenty of
time will be provided for helping you develop your photos skills and for
The photographic areas consist of three plus acres that have been developed by a
photographer for photographers. The National Wildlife Federation has designated
the area as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. Areas have been developed to attract
various birds, butterflies and insects. To date we’ve had over 30 varieties of
birds to visit our photographic areas plus various butterflies, moths, skippers,
chipmunks, squirrels, and reptiles.
Gary has been photographing since the 1980’s and has been published worldwide in
numerous books, calendars, magazines and company brochures. His work is
represented by photos stock agencies and is sold worldwide. He and his wife
Janice host “For Everything There Is A Season” photo weekends. They look forward
to having you join them for a photo weekend.
Robert Smith is a wildlife biologist who has been carrying a camera in the woods regularly since 1987. Robert has had images published in a number of books and magazines. Robert enjoys helping other photographers learn more about the subjects we photograph.
Cost of the photo weekend does not include motel, travel, and meals. We provide
Saturday lunch, snacks, soft drinks and water.
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|2016 Workshop Dates
April 9/10 - Full
April 30 - May 1 - Full
May 14/15 - Full
Saturday - 8:00am to 5:00pm Sunday - 8:00am to Noon
Registration and Payment
Payment for workshops must be received in full at the time of
registration. You will not be officially registered until your payment
has been received. Payment may be made by credit card through the web
site via PayPal or by check made payable to Gary W. Carter. A
registration form must also be completed to secure your space in the
If for ANY reason you need to cancel, please notify us as soon as
possible prior to the start date of the workshop. We must receive
written notice of your cancellation, at which time the following fees
If you cancel 90 or more days prior to the start of the workshop your
fee will be refunded less a 10% cancellation fee.
60-89 days prior to the start of the workshop will be refunded less a
25% cancellation fee.
30-59 days prior to the start of the workshop will be refunded less a
50% cancellation fee.
Less than 30 days prior to the start of the workshop there will be no
The percentage is based on the total workshop fee. There will be no
exceptions to our Cancellation Policy and cancellation fees are not
If for some reason we have to cancel a photo weekend, we will notify you
of the cancellation and why, offer you another weekend date or refund
your money. We will try and give you as much notice as possible. We
normally do not cancel when the weather forecast is for rain, snow,
etc., as those times provide some great photo opportunities.
We are not responsible for non-refundable costs associated with
cancelled trips so it is recommended that you purchase travel insurance.
The workshop offers special rates for non-photographing
guests that you may want to accompany you. Contact us for specific
pricing on the workshop that you are interested in.
Special Terms and Conditions
Most of our workshops will be held on private or government lands and
you agree to abide by all rules, regulations, restrictions and
ordinances that govern the land that we are using. Failure to
abide by all governing rules or authority could result in the removal of
the participant from the workshop with no provision for refund.