The photos that Bill Love has taken over 35 years have appeared in countless books, magazines, calendars, zoo graphics, posters, websites and slideshows.  An avid shutterbug, his range of subjects spans the planet in the wild and in captivity.

Dedication to the art of the shot is his calling card.  Making one picture truly replace a thousand words is what he strives for with each effort.  Bill maintains that it's the technique, not gadgetry, that results in the most exhilarating and memorable images. 


You'll spend time shooting in an indoor studio, and also outside in Florida's diverse habitats, learning ways to add pizzazz to your next photographic efforts.  There's nothing like working side-by-side with Bill setting up shots, all the while able to ask questions to improve your camera abilities. 

Later in his office, you'll analyze your shots on a large-screen monitor.  Tweaking them in Photoshop will help cement many key photo editing ideas in your mind, plus you'll get a look at other computer-related ways to utilize your images to the max.


   Okeetee corn snake (Elaphe guttata guttata)

Redeye treefrog (Agalychnis callidryas)

Eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus)

Florida box turtle (Terrapene carolina baurii)

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