Wednesday, 24 February, 2010

Grand Tetons Photo Workshop

Moulton Barn, Mormon Row, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

(C) Nat Coalson

Bret Edge and I are leading another workshop together, this one in Wyoming June 10-13, 2010. Grand Tetons and Yellowstone in the springtime… oh my!

We’ll shoot at all the iconic spots around Jackson Hole, including the Snake River Overlook made famous by Ansel Adams, plus some very out of the way, special places known only to a few. Bret and I have photographed around Jackson Hole on many occasions and can guide you to the best locations.

And you’ll learn all the best workflows for processing your photos in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop!

Thursday June 10 – our group will meet in the early afternoon in Jackson. After a brief introduction we’ll spend the rest of the afternoon shooting around Jackson Hole.

Friday June 11 – after a sunrise shoot at Schwabacher Landing, we’ll have a short break for personal time. Then we’ll spend a few hours working on processing in Lightroom and Photoshop. Following this, we’ll venture out to shoot all afternoon and through sunset.

Saturday June 12 – essentially the same schedule as Friday, at all kinds of different locations…. Oxbow Bend, Antelope Flats, Mormon Row (pictured), etc.

Sunday June 13 – sunrise shoot; workshop concludes.

We’ll have three sunrise shoots, three sunset shoots and plenty of shooting during each day. We will have the chance to revisit some locations more than once.

We will  have around 8 hours classroom time. It’s also possible that we’ll have a printer on-site for participants to make prints, though this is still TBD.

Private and group critiques will be done throughout the workshop to help you develop your work significantly over the weekend.

We’ll also make sure to have some occasional free time throughout the workshop, for participants to take a break and do their own thing.

(And yes, during the weekend there will be time to visit Yellowstone.)

Bret is handling registration… his web page for our workshop is HERE

I look forward to seeing you there!

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