Sunday, February 6, 2011

Mt. Rainier Photo Workshop Announced

 
One of the best times to photograph in Mt. Rainier National Park is during the fall when majestic skies frame the beauty of the mountain, temperatures are moderate and the summer crowds have departed. The park provides a wealth of photographic opportunities including landscapes, wildlife subjects and colorful fall foliage.

Juan Pons and I will be leading this fun-filled workshop, providing the participants with lots of practical advice, techniques and tips to capture beautiful photographic images. We believe that taking pictures should be fun, and we will strive to teach in an entertaining manner with an eye toward creative results.

 What’s included in the workshop: Photographic instruction, both on site and during digital darkroom sessions. The small group setting allows participants to shoot side-by-side with us and get some individual instruction when processing images.

What’s not included: Participants make all their own travel arrangements. A group lodge will be selected and the group will meet there to carpool into the park and participate in digital darkroom sessions. 


Group size: Limited to 10 participants per workshop.

Dates: September 21 to 24, 2011.

Cost for instructional workshop:  $600.00 per person

As always, trip cancellation insurance and fully refundable tickers are recommended. 

For an application and more information, email Susan Sammon: susansammon@me.com.

4 comments:

Jeffrey Bennett said...

That sounds like an amazing tour! Here's a photo of Seattle and Mount Rainier that I captured on my first-ever visit to Washington state.

Jim Dicecco said...

So it is on! I'll plan on joining you. Let me know if there's anything you need at this end.
I'll be promoting this on my blog as well.

Kevin said...

Rick:

Thanks for providing me an opprotunity to improve my photography skills. All paid up and counting down the days.

Stewart said...

That is amazing value; if I was in the US then, I would jump at it! How come I lived in Portland and never went there - shame on me!