Big Sur, located on the Central coast of California, is one of the most dramatic and magical landscapes in the United States. Its rugged coastline attracts photographers from all over the world. The route along Highway #1 dips down to pristine beaches and climbs precariously high above the Pacific, offering sweeping panoramic views. This 90 mile stretch of highway showcases oceanfront cliffs and secluded canyons around every turn. Iconic landscape subjects including Morro Rock, Spooner’s Cove, McWay Falls, Pfeiffer Beach, Bixby Bridge and Rocky Point to name just a few. During this 5 day workshop we will focus primarily on landscape techniques and subjects but there will be some wildlife opportunities as well. Participants will be instructed in technical as well as creative aspects of landscape photography. Emphasis will focus on, but not be limited to, lens choice, composition, getting it right in the camera, creating the 3rd dimension needed for visionary landscapes, understanding and applying the rules of composition and much more. As with all First Light Photography workshops our class sizes are small to insure the maximum & most personalized instruction for each person attending. This workshop is limited to 4 participants.
Dates: 6/12/17 – 6/16/17
Included in the cost of the workshop is 5 nights double occupancy lodging (single when available at a higher rate) ground transportation during workshop, all park entrance fees, airport pickup and drop off (San Francisco International Airport) expert, friendly and professional photographic instruction and course materials
1/3 non refundable deposit to reserve your space
1/3 deposit 90 days prior to workshop start date
Balance due 30 days prion to workshop start date.
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