Join Rick Sammon and The Digital Photo Workshops crew for a photo adventure of a lifetime to Death Valley, California.
Death Valley is not a hospitable place. In fact, it's one of the harshest places on Earth. But it's also a great place to take incredible photographs. One of the locations we will shoot is Badwater, and at 282 feet below sea level, it's the lowest point in North America. At twilight the images captured here seem like they are from another world.
Zabriskie Point with the Golden Canyons and the mud flats of the "Race Track" an moving stones will give you the opportunity to capture some fascinating images that can't be taken anywhere else in the world.
The sand dunes in the heart of the Valley are a photographic bonanza. With the mountain range behind the dunes you'll wish you had more CF cards.
So join us for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure and you'll be amazed at the photos your creativity will find.
Days & Times:
Thursday, February 23 thru Sunday, February 26 Workshop begins Thursday 7:00pm and wraps Sunday 2:00pm
The Ranch at Furnace Creek • 800-236-7916
The venue has arranged for special room rates to participants. Ask for block #388950, which is the TDPW discount, when you book your room. Please try and book your room before the end of January.
Limit 30 Participants
1 Super Star Guest Instructor
2 Staff Instructors
1–2 Sponsor Guests Instructors (on occasion)
Hands-on instruction from guest instructor and staff
Unique photo opportunities
Shoot time with guest instructor and staff
Workflow and technique sessions
12"x18" Print of your favorite shot from our friends at Mpix
You must provide and/or bring:
A great attitude to learn and have fun
Your own transportation, to, from and during the event (car pooling will be arranged)
Your own accommodations at or near the venue
Laptop computer with Photoshop and or Lightroom installed
Digital SLR Camera and gear (include a sturdy tripod)