Bird Photography lecture by John Goldman
Northeast Photography Club will have Club member John Goldman presenting "Everything I Know About Bird Photography in One Hour" at it's April Meeting.
John Goldman is a member of the Northeast Photography Club and the Audubon Society and a photography enthusiast ever since he received his first camera from an uncle at age 8. John still has that first camera, a Kodak Brownie Hawk eye.
He describes what photography to him in his own words -
"My images are captures of God’s natural creations for me and my audience to enjoy. I strive to present my subjects in the most appealing manner."
From that first camera, he has had other film cameras which he used to photograph his family, friends, travel and life in general. He now uses digital cameras.
He volunteers at Lacawac Sanctuary and the Delaware Highlands Conservancy. His photos have been published in Pennsylvania Magazine, Birds and Bloom, and articles in a few newspapers.
John lives in Wayne County where he avidly pursues his outdoor photography hobby.
Here is some of his work -