Washington D.C. offers a wide variety of photographic subjects so this four day workshop is packed full of learning experiences. Some of the topics covered: How to create visionary landscapes Low Light Photography Adding dimension to your images Choosing the right lens.
We have chosen some of the most photogenic Lighthouses in New England. Each one having its own “personality’. As we travel along the coast we will show you how to create images that capture the unique character of these lights. You will learn how to best compose the lighthouse in your photograph using “rule of thirds”, the use of leading lines for depth, getting the proper exposure, choicing the right lens to create the look you seek, and much more.
California’s Yosemite Valley is the centerpiece of Yosemite National Park. Sprayed by thousand-foot waterfalls and framed by monumental granite spires – including Half Dome, it is the most famous glacially carved landscape in the world.
Grand Teton National Park is abundant in both wildlife and landscape opportunities. The stunning Teton range serve as a backdrop for your photography. Oxbow Bend, Schwabacher Landing, Mormon Row, Snake River are just a few of the iconic photographic areas we will visit. Add to that abundant wildlife including but not limited to, eagles, moose, bison, elk, pronghorn sheep, big horn sheep, white pelicans and grizzly all combining for a photographic opportunity of a life time. This workshop is non stop photographic adventure not to be missed. You can also consider coming earlier for the previous workshop in the Yellowstone National Park to double you photographic pleasure.
Standing in Ansel Adams footprints photographing the iconic landscapes as he did along with bundant wildlife subjects makes this workshop a photographers dream. Each day will bring new subjects and lesson to be experienced. This workshop is non stop photographic adventure not to be missed. You can also consider staying on for the following workshop in the Grand Teton National Park to double you photographic pleasure.
Grand Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, Sedona, Horseshoe Bend and Jerome all combined in one fantastic landscape and HDR workshop. From the stunning vistas of the Grand Canyon to the iconic old west scenes of Monument Valley to the Red Rocks of Sedona and the Ghost Town of Jerome this is one jam packed workshop. Focus is on landscape photography but some wildlife opportunities may appear