Mojave National Preserve Expedition

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Our Mojave National Preserve Landscape Master Class Workshop allows our students to photograph the desert at a depth rarely experienced by photographers. Climb aboard our 4-wheel drive vehicles, explore 1.6 million acres of desert wilderness, roads less traveled, and take advantage of the soft and slanted light.

Resolve to register today because this class fills quickly.

Mojave National Preserve, one of the newest National Parks and the third largest in the lower 48, is a land of desert wilderness, abandoned mines, and ghostly homesteads. Rain is an episodic event, but solitude and peace abound every day. During your days in the field, you will be capturing images from locations rarely seen by photographers, and you will experience a land that is slowly and inexorably retreating into times past. The 2017 Master Class Workshop includes access to the Historic OX Ranch, once a 400,000-acre cattle spread and now being restored as our new home for Artists with National Park Service Artist Residency Grants.

About Author

Bob Killen is a nationally recognized Fine Art Photographer, Landscape Photography instructor, and artist. He is the Director of the National Park Photography Expeditions, President of the Mojave National Preserve Artists Foundation, a National Park Service Friends Group, a national speaker on landscape photography and an Adobe Certified Instructor. His thematic work explores Western Americana landscapes with a focus on man’s obsession to abandon structures, places, and things across a shared American landscape. His work is owned by collectors in 20 countries.

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