This workshop is limited to 6 people. The full registration fee is $1295. There is a 50% deposit due to reserve your space in the workshop with the remaining 50% balance due no later than January 1st, 2020.
Death Valley National Park is an incredible place to create beautiful imagery. Most people know of Death Valley as being the hottest, driest and lowest National Park. While the heat in Death Valley can be unbearable in the summer months, in the winter it is actually a very pleasant place to visit! With an amazing range of abstract, landscape and night photography available, the diversity of the valley will inspire and fill you with wonder! This workshop will be held February 27th - March 1st, 2020.
We will begin the workshop before sunrise at approx 6:00am each day and wrap up each night around 7pm, just after sunset. For those who want to try their hand at night photography we will pick a date during the workshop to do that as well. The final (4th) day of the workshop, March 1st, will end approx 2 hours after sunrise.
There are limited places to eat inside the park however there is good food at Furnace Creek as well as a general store for snacks, water & supplies if needed. Attendees will be provided with a list of suggested gear, camera equipment, clothing and a list of places we will be visiting during the workshop upon registration. To have the best chance to photograph all areas in the best light we may visit some areas more than once during our time there.
Transportation, flights, hotel stays and food are NOT provided during this workshop. We will make every effort to carpool during our time there, reducing our caravan to 2 cars. If you have any questions about the workshop or the Death Valley area itself, please do not hesitate to reach out to me here.