2022 B+W Infrared: Death Valley National Park + Alabama Hills – Penelope Taylor (2/14/2022 – 2/19/2022)
February 14, 2022 @ 9:00 am - February 19, 2022 @ 12:00 pm$1495
2022 B+W Infrared: Death Valley National Park + Alabama Hills
February 14 – 19, 2022 $1495
Join us for a five-and-one-half day workshop experiencing two locations east of the Sierra Nevada: Death Valley National Park and the Alabama Hills (the foothills of the Sierra Nevada).
We will be out shooting twice a day, visiting several well-known locations in Death Valley NP: Zabriskie Point, Mesquite Dunes, Badwater Basin, Harmony Borax Works. Our early morning sessions will feature the setting full moon over Panamint Range (Death Valley). The Alabama Hills offer incredible views of the snow-covered Sierra Nevada and Mt. Whitney.
From using the right gear to capture and processing, this is a unique opportunity to learn how to create amazing black-and-white infrared 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.
Fee: $1495/person (hotel, meals, and travel not included)
Location: Furnace Creek (3.5 days) and Lone Pine (2 days), California USA
Start: Monday, February 14, 2022 at 9:00am (Furnace Creek)
End: Saturday, February 19, 2022 at 12noon (Lone Pine)
Skills Required: Thorough working knowledge of your camera from capture histogram to Live-View (mirrored cameras only); confident beginner using Adobe ACR/LR and layers in Adobe Photoshop; must bring your laptop to classroom.
Organizer: Penelope Taylor Photography