Shenandoah National Park Spring Blooms and Vistas Workshop
Dark Hollow Run
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
May 15-17, 2009
Instructor: Joseph Rossbach
Springtime in Shenandoah National Park is a magical time of the year. Rushing waterfalls, yellow/green spring foliage, Wildflowers, scenic overlooks, mountain vistas and wildlife will fill our frames over the course of the workshop. As always, Joe will get you to the best locations and will be there to help each individual make the best photographs possible. Big Meadows Lodge will be your base camp of discovery where you will explore places like Big Meadows, Dark Hollow Falls, Stony Man Cliffs, Lewis Falls, Hog Camp Branch, mountain meadows and scenic overlooks.
We will have a chance to shoot some of the finest waterfalls in the Mid Atlantic including Dark Hollow Falls, White Oak Canyon and Lewis Falls to name a few!
In May the forests of Shenandoah along Skyline Drive come to vibrant life with the warm color of fresh spring buds. I will get you to the very best scenic overlooks and some secret spots for sunrise and sunset.
Not only will I get you the finest location for scenic photography, we will also provide you with hands on training and classroom work with an emphasis on digital blending and adjustments to make your images sing!
The workshop starts on Friday afternoon with a Intro to Nature Photography in Shenandoah Seminar followed up with a shoot along Skyline Drive until sunset. On Saturday, we will shoot from sunrise until 11am and then break for lunch and classroom work until 2pm. After that, its back in the field until sunset. Sunday is the same as Saturday.
Shooting locations include:
- Dark Hollow Falls
- White Oak Canyon
- Skyline Drive
- Big Meadows
- Lewis Falls
- Wildflower Portraits
- Hawksbill Summit (sunset)
- Scenic Overlooks
Email me to register and inquire if you apply for a discount price!
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