June 6-8, 2014
Led by Art Wolfe
This Art Wolfe Workshop will be available very soon. To be placed on a wait list please follow through with registration and you will be contacted once it is available for signup.
Join Art and learn his world-famous approach to nature photography on this weekend workshop.
This course will shape the way you look through the lens as well as how you look at your photographs. Travel with Art to some of his favorite spots on the Olympic Peninsula and learn everything from how to capture the expanse of a landscape to photographing the smallest detail.
Work in the field with Art and his expert assistants and learn the finer points of maximizing early morning and late afternoon light. We will shoot at some of the most beautiful locations in Western Washington, including Hurricane Ridge, Sol Duc River Valley, Salt Point and Lake Crescent. We will spend most of the daylight hours photographing in the field, and schedule photo critiques in the evening after dark.
Accomodation and Transportation Information:
Participants are responsible for their own transportation, lodging and meals. We have secured a limited number of rooms at the Olympic Lodge, in Port Angeles, WA. Please call the hotel directly, 800-600-2993, and ask for the Art Wolfe rates to book your room. If you are interested in being matched up with a roommate, contact Libby at 206.332.0993.
Meet and Greet:
Meet at the Best Western Olympic Lodge in Port Angeles, WA on the evening of Thursday, June 5th at 8pm, to join Art for a pre-class reception. Art will discuss itinerary details at that time.
Friday and Saturday:
Both days are devoted to field instruction. Art will work closely with individuals and will also give brief lectures to the group in the field. Field instruction will include technique suggestions as well as one on one composition instruction. The assistants will be readily accessible for any technical questions that may arise. You will likely shoot at the following locations: Hurricane Ridge area, Sol Duc River and Tongue Point. Max hike length is approximately 3 miles with a 350ft elevation gain.
All day will be devoted to a rigorous and in depth critique of images shot during the workshop. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from not only your own images but also from the rest of the group. This is arguably one of the most valuable learning opportunities of the workshop.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 10 June, 2009.