LANDSCAPE MASTER CLASS EXPEDITIONS!

Welcome to National Park Photography Expeditions (NPPE), the home of the Landscape Master Class Photography Workshop
where we explore inspirational locations and training designed to advance your visual skills and creative voice.

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WHY LEARN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH US?

There are 59 National Parks and 19 National Preserves in the US as well as many large land mass monuments. Each of them has unique aesthetic features and choosing Landscape Master Class Photography Workshop locations can be a challenge. NPPE works with National Park professionals to select inspirational locations that permit our students to experience ‘ah-ha!’ moments as creative concepts become the ‘WOW’ images of Landscape Art.

Unexplored inspirational landscapes
with high sensory values
Remote access. we provide off road
transportation for our students
Remote or wilderness experience
Ground and plane variation
Opportunity for creative points of view
Historical and contemporary
environmental values
High solitude factor. low visitor
density at time of Master Class
Seasonal Opportunities
to explore
Weather, atmospherics, shadow,
Light, color range, tone
Opportunity to build and share
relationships

LANDSCAPE MASTER CLASS
WORKSHOP 2017

DATE: MAY 2-7, 2017

UTAH
Capitol Reef National Park

Spend five days absorbing what took 70 million years and two major geologic events to create and learn Master Level image capture and post-production techniques with Bob Killen.

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LANDSCAPE MASTER CLASS
WORKSHOP 2017

DATE: MAY 9-14, 2017

UTAH
Canyonlands National Park

For colossal photographic drama of Jurassic proportions and ‘Ol West Get There adventure, you will want to enroll in the Canyonlands National Park Photography Expedition Master Class.

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ALUMNI WORK FROM OUR LATEST EXPEDITIONS

Take a look at these extraordinary photos from our alumni on previous workshop expeditions.

  • I have attended several different photography workshops by a variety of photographers. The absolute best by far that I’ve ever attended are workshops lead by Bob Killen. This intense, five-day adventure not only expanded my mind for the technical aspects of photography but also for improved artistic expression. What I learned in this class isn’t something you can get from books or videos.

    Bob is very dedicated to giving us the best experience possible. He gets to know each of his students so he can help guide us to our goals of becoming better artists. I always leave very satisfied with what I’ve learned but then again, wanting more! I can’t wait to join his next workshop!

    I can’t think of a thing to improve other than I believe we need to clone Bob so more people can learn from him. He’s one of a kind.

    Lynn Ballard
  • This is the first course that I was not merely chaperoned from place to place by the instructor.  Bob Killen taught us how to compose and frame landscape photographs. Bob emphasized to photograph landscape from our point of view, our composition. Not only that, we held classroom style sessions after each day, where we learned Photoshop techniques, as it applies to landscape with the photographer’s point of view.

    I appreciated his insight and the lessons. What Bob did, is to teach us to produce photographs that showed landscape, as we wanted the viewer to see.

    As a matter of fact, I am still learning long-distance with Bob Killen.

    Ramiro Estenssoro
  • I thoroughly enjoyed the class in Sequoia National Park. The amount of effort that has gone in to working out all the details of the trip were evident throughout the adventure. Bob Killen has scouted some fantastic locations to demonstrate various techniques and styles of landscape photography. Careful thought was given to selecting comfortable accommodations that could also support productive post-processing sessions. I learned much from both Bob and my photographers. I am looking forward to joining another expedition soon.

    Steve Ripple

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