ICF | 4-H | Santa Clara Ranch Nature Photography Workshop
WORKSHOP IS FULL! WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING NEW PARTICIPANTS.
Who is this for? Youth (Ages 12-18); Limited to first 18 kids to register!
When: July 11-13th
Where: Santa Clara Ranch
Hwy 490 and Hwy 2844 McCook, TX 78536
(Without our grant support it would have been $750+)
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We are offering a fantastic experience in wildlife photography and photo editing at a world-class photography ranch. This 3-day wildlife photography workshop is being offered by ICF in conjunction with Santa Clara Ranch, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension 4-H Youth Development (Hidalgo County) and a grant from the National Recreation Foundation.
This workshop is lead and developed by professional wildlife photographer Karine Aigner (http://www.karineaigner.com) and assisted by professional photographers: Bill Gozansky (http://www.billgozansky.com/) & Hector Astorga (http://www.hectorastorga.com/).
Only 6 Students per Instructor! All camera equipment will be provided! Meals are also included in price! Lodging is not provided.
Daily Workshop Schedule:
Day 1 (July 11th): 8:00am – 6:00pm (Lunch Provided)
Day 2 (July 12th): 6:00am – 9:00pm (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Provided)
Day 3 (July 13th): 6:00am – 2:00pm (Breakfast and Lunch Provided)
Terms & Conditions:
Participant Image Use: All participants retain the copyright to any images they create during the workshop. However, by participating in the workshop, photographers agree to grant Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 4-H Youth Development, Santa Clara Ranch, Images for Conservation Fund, and their Sponsors an irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide non-exclusive license to use, publish, and reproduce their images for promotion, sale and display purposes including, but not limited to:
1. Promotion of future workshops, photography exhibitions, web use.
2. Fundraising for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Santa Clara Ranch, Images for Conservation Fund or their Sponsors.
3. Creation of Books, Apps, Calendars or other publications. Every effort will be made to give the photographer appropriate photo credit when an image is used.
Participant Model Release: I permit Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 4-H Youth Development, Santa Clara Ranch, Images for Conservation Fund or their Sponsors, to record, own, publish, and republish information about me/my property and reproductions of my likeness and my voice for educational, marketing, and publicity purposes through any media. I acknowledge that the pictures or recordings taken during this workshop become the sole and exclusive property of Texas AgriLife Extension 4-H Youth Development, Santa Clara Ranch, Images for Conservation Fund or their Sponsors. I release Texas AgriLife Extension 4-H Youth Development, Santa Clara Ranch, Images for Conservation Fund or their Sponsors from any and all claims that might arise from the use of these images and recordings.
For questions or more information contact: Kimberly Guillen at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bill Gozansky at email@example.com.
Karine Aigner is a professional freelance photographer and picture editor. With over nine years of experience as the senior photo editor for National Geographic KIDS magazines and books, and, with freelance clients such as National Geographic Magazine, Rolex, Apple, The Nature Conservancy, ADA and others–Karine knows good imagery. Being on both sides of the camera… Read more »
The Santa Clara Ranch is located in the Rio Grande Valley of southern Texas, nine miles west of McCook lies the Santa Clara Ranch. Owned and operated by Dr. Beto Gutierrez this 300 acre wildlife sanctuary is comprised entirely of virgin brush land. The Santa Clara Ranch is part of a growing group of land… Read more »