The Eastern Sierra Fall Photography Workshop has everything a landscape photographer needs.
It’s an amazing expanse of land and nature to expand your creative photographic skills. Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking to explore landscape photography for the first time or you want to be at the right place at the right time with knowledgeable guides, you’ve found the right place, and the right professional instructors.
Eastern Sierra Fall Photography Workshop
The Owens Valley and Mono Lake
Digital SLR Camera Field Guided
Thursday, October 5, 2017 – Sunday, October 8, 2017
Contact us for a private tour or to arrange a special group rate tour.
Sign Up Today, Space is limited.
Refer a friend and reap the rewards!
If you bring a friend and you sign up together, we will offer you:
1) Free portfolio review of 10 of your best images to help make your pictures pop
2) Free 2 hour Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop session either in person or by Skype.
(Please redeem your reward within one month from end of workshop.)
Please just click on the Buy Now button to register. All workshops are booked on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Be sure to be familiar with our Cancellation Policy before completing your registration.
Price includes instruction materials and field guidance.
Does not include *lodging, food or transportation.
Can’t make this scheduled workshop?
Contact us for a private or special group rate tour.
We will explore the areas around Bishop, CA and points north to find just the right mix of beautiful granite cliffs and dynamic fall colors. We will be visiting many of the canyons around the Bishop area, and travel north to higher elevations for more spectacular scenery.
Mono Lake, as we travel further north offers its calcified Tufa towers. These characteristically rutted towers reach skyward from its brine waters in this otherworldly landscape. We will be spending an evening sunset and morning sunrise in this spectacular location.
As we explore further north during our Eastern Sierras fall photography workshop, you’ll witness golden aspens reaching high from the valley floor to the white granite mountains rising to 14,000 feet. These vistas provide amazing contrasts to beautiful streams as they flow from these high peaks.
All of this and much more makes this guided photography workshop a unique and special experience.
Eastern Sierra Fall Photography Workshop Itinerary
Thursday, October 5, 6pm:
We will meet in Bishop, CA for orientation which will include a general overview of the workshop. What do you want to focus on for the workshop? Do you want to photographically tel the story of the trip, do you want to shoot black and white, do you want to work with shadows or master HDR? We will help you to decide where you want to go with your creativity on this workshop.
Friday, Oct. 6: We will get up early and begin to explore the canyon areas, the granite formations and the fall colors. (Fall color will vary depending on elevation and we will be traveling in a variety of areas to photography the best available.) You will learn from two master photographers the skills on how you can come away with prize shots of the Eastern Sierra.
Saturday, Oct. 7: We will meet for breakfast in Lee Vining and head up the canyons to shoot the amazing fall colors.
That evening, we will head back to Lee Vining to shoot the sunset at Mono Lake where we hope to experience the incredible “raspberry sky” of the Eastern Sierras. We will instruct you on the use of light and exposure at sunset as well as the use of silhouettes and shadows. Immediately after the sunset, we will be conducting an image review and photo critique from the workshop at dinner, helping you to understand how to improve your photography skills with recommendations for composition and exposure, as well as discussions on Lightroom and Photoshop adjustments.
Sunday, Oct. 8: We will get up for the sunrise and shoot at Mono Lake’s South Tufa. After, we will have breakfast in Lee Vining. The remainder of the morning will be spent shooting the aspen covered mountains and flowing water near Lee Vining. Workshop concludes late morning on Sunday.
Registration deadline: Maximum participants for this workshop is 6 people. We prefer small intimate workshops with personal attention to every attendee. Small group size ensures that every participant has ample opportunity to ask questions, and discuss the exciting world of nature photography with fellow photo enthusiasts.
Transportation: You are responsible to get yourself to the workshop in Lone Pine, CA.
We will caravan (Follow in our cars) during the workshop.
Lodging: Lodging is not included in this workshop. We will provide a list of preferred accommodations for you.
Meals: Food is not included. We normally break for lunch as access to local diners is close by. Our groups enjoy eating most meals together, but you are free to dine where you wish. We suggest you bring along your favorite snacks and water.
The maximum for this special
workshop is 6 people only!
• Story telling in photography
• Small class size of 4 – 6 students
• Interactive learning environment with two experienced instructors
• Photoshop and Lightroom Editing sessions in the evening as time and energy allows
Transportation, meals and lodging are not included in the cost of the workshop.
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