Have you ever wondered about how honey is made? Do you have an interest in photography? Join us for a educational photo workshop with Josh Harris, owner of the St. Pete-based Queen and Colony. He will explain the honey-making process at one of his apiaries (bee farms) with photo ops as we learn.
We will have opportunity to don bee suits and get up close and personal with the pollinators, see how the colony lives inside the bee boxes, ask questions and taste a sample of their delicious honey!
Recommended Equipment: A camera with a long telephoto lens: ideally 200mm or greater, a tripod if you have one, closed-toe shoes, a sense of curiousity!
Be Aware: You will be required to sign an agreement at the Bee Farm that states you do not have a known bee-allergy.
What you will learn: Exposure • Composition • Subject Development • Creative Thinking • Focus Bracketing • Use of Tripods • Working with Lens Compression • Close Up Photography