Arches and Canyonlands National Parks provide unusual land forms complimented with rich colors and delicate textures, making them the embodiment of the vision for the American Southwest landscape.
In addition to making some great photographs, we’ll also take time to work on the fundamentals of lighting, composition, depth-of-field, selective focus and perspective. Towering arches and dense shadows provide the perfect opportunity to learn HDR techniques.
You will have an opportunity to work with infinite depth-of-field, perspective correction and shift panoramas using tilt/shift lenses. There will be numerous lenses available to use, including fish-eye, super wides, macro, telephoto and tilt-shift. There will also be a limited number of loaner cameras available from Canon.
Every day will be intensive. We’ll photograph non-stop and well into the night shooting star fields, star trails and experiment with time-lapse.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Workshop is full
To register for this event contact Dave Henry at: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 28-30th, 2011 - $299.95 per person
Limited to 16 participants.
Our instructor is Dave Henry.
Dave is a Canon freelancer and professional photographer and has been widely published for over 30 years in just about every medium you can think of. For over 30 years he has taught seminars and led photography workshops all over the world and covered assignments on four continents. His commercial work ranges from architectural, aerial, advertising, editorial, food and commercial photography to his personal work in landscapes. You will enjoy his warm, energetic and engaging style.