Red Rocks, Cliff Dwellings and Desert Astrophotography and Time-Lapse Workshop
Seven-day/night workshop, $2,995.00.
Included: Workshop fees, permits, transportation to and from the Salt Lake City Airport Marriott, lodging for Sunday, Sept. 17 – Friday, Sept. 22.
September 16 – 23, 2017 (Saturday – Saturday)
Five students maximum
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SEVEN full days of day & night photography in stunning southern Utah red rock country! Visit remote cliff dwellings, gorgeous red rock arches and crystalline skies darker than anywhere else in the United States. You’ll come home from this trip with masterpieces that you will treasure for years.
Our destinations include little-known photographic gems well off the beaten track. You will have ample time to explore them on your own. Photography lessons will include composition, camera settings and what they do, exposure and lens selection. You will be able to explore wide-angle, macro, telephoto and street zoom lenses. Astronomy instruction will give you plenty of opportunities to understand moon phases, star movement and to explore the night sky with a virtual planetarium and other planning apps. Finally, you will learn how to edit your shots for maximum impact in Lightroom, Photoshop, StarStaX and LRTimelapse.
In order to ensure the maximum amount of personal attention, enrollment will be strictly limited to five.
Not included in workshop price: Meals, your round-trip airfare to Salt Lake City; Salt Lake City area hotels. You will need to make a reservation in Salt Lake City for Saturday, Sept .16 and 23 (if needed).
Each participant will receive a complimentary copy of the book, “Photographing the Southwest, Vol. 1 – A guide to the natural landmarks of Southern Utah,” 3rd Ed. by Laurent Martres, © 2015 upon arrival.
We will meet first at 6 pm on Saturday, September 16, in the hotel lobby of the Courtyard Marriott, Salt Lake City airport. We depart at 8 am, Sunday, September 17 and return to the hotel lobby of the Courtyard Marriott, Salt Lake City airport by 5 pm, Saturday, September 23, when the workshop concludes.