Capitol Reef National Park is Utah’s secret gem and one of our favorite National Parks. This is a spring Master Class workshop, and we will be working with great weather, and abundant wildflower blooms will color the landscape in every direction. Thus we have added a special education module for wildflower capture and the integration of wildflowers into landscape narration.
We are often asked, “how do you choose your training dates?” It’s a common question, and several components determine our National Park Workshop schedules.
Olympic National Park sports an unmatched level of environmental diversity, beauty, and wilderness, which provides an extraordinary range of photographic exploration.
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 Landscape Master Class Workshop.
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.
“How come you don’t teach in Yosemite, Yellowstone, or the Tetons?” This is a common question, and there are four principles that determine National Park selection.
Canyonlands National Park is an adventure park, and our curriculum will include about 50 miles of challenging four-wheel-drive roads that lead to many incredible, not often seen, photographic opportunities.
February is just over the horizon and now is the time to register for the Mojave National Preserve Master Class Workshop. 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. Out here, rain is an episodic event, but solitude and peace abound every day.
During this past year, we tested and developed a free, online follow-up class system for our Master Class workshop users. This program allows you to continue to learn about landscape post-production tools and workflow after you return home.
2016 was the first year for National Park Photographic Expeditions, and the feedback from our students and National Park Service partners tell us that the Landscape Master Class Workshops were a success. We completed programs in Mojave National Preserve (with California Center for Digital Arts), Capitol Reef National Park, Sequoia National Park, and Lassen Volcanic National Park. From deep canyon heat in Capitol Reef to an early snowfall in Lassen, our photographers experienced numerous,