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2019 Joshua Tree National Park

March 25 - March 28

$895

Join us March 25 – 28, 2019 for a three-and-one-half day workshop in the high desert of Joshua Tree National Park!

 

We will be shooting a variety of landscapes from the desert foliage at Cottonwood Oasis to the amazing granite monoliths under the early morning night sky (pre-dawn).

From using the right gear to capture and processing, this is a unique opportunity to learn how to create amazing black-and-white images.

At this workshop,

— You will be placed in the best locations to maximize the infrared light under existing conditions.

— You will receive individual help in the field to ensure a successful capture. Every day there will be hands-on experience in the classroom for processing your images while learning how to manage workflow.

— Finally, you will have the opportunity to use a “loaner” external lens filter to make infrared images at no charge to you! 720nm and 850nm infrared Kolari Vision external lens filters for visible-light (“color only”) cameras will be available if you do not have your own.

Space is limited because we want to provide personal attention to each photographer. Reserve your spot now!

Maximum of ten workshop participants (two facilitators).

Fee: $895/person (hotel, meals, and travel not included)

Location: Holiday Inn Express, Twentynine Palms, California

Start: Monday, March 25, 2019 at 9:00am

End: Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 1:00pm

Skills Required: Thorough working knowledge of your camera from capture histogram to Liew-View (mirrored cameras only); confident beginner using Adobe ACR/LR and layers in Adobe Photoshop; must bring your laptop to classroom.

Details

Start:
March 25
End:
March 28
Cost:
$895
Website:
http://pentaylorphotography.com/2019-workshops/2019-joshua-tree-national-park/

Organizer

Penelope Taylor Photography
Email:
penelope@pentaylorphotography.com
Website:
http://www.pentaylorphotography.com/

Venue

Holiday Inn Express, Twentynine Palms, California
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