Spend a fantastic week exploring natural arches, canyons, ancient rock art, the Colorado River, iconic movie and TV locations, and some of the best natural light for landscape photography in the world. Early October is typically peak fall color for the quaking aspen trees in the La Sal Mountains near Moab.
We will visit a wide variety of great locations in Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Dead Horse Point State Park. We will also explore other great locations in and around Moab and Castle Valley, and spend a day exploring aspen groves in the La Sal Mountains near Warner Lake. The workshop will include classroom work to better your photographic craft, including time to process and critique your images. We will shoot sunrises and sunsets each day as weather allows, with a few hours each day dedicated to classroom instruction and image processing.
All skill levels are welcome. Participants who have a basic understanding of digital workflow and knowledge or exposure to Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom will get the most from this workshop.
Though locations visited during this workshop are readily accessible, the hilly terrain requires some moderate hiking (typically less than 3 miles round trip). Participants MUST BE IN GOOD PHYSICAL SHAPE and able to climb and descend moderate to steep inclines.
Group Size: 8 photographers max!
Limited inexpensive housing options at a luxury rental property in Moab, Utah are available. Workshop registration fee does not include housing.
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