I’ve just returned from my final instructional photo safari of 2017, and things couldn’t have gone any better. My group of 8 photo enthusiasts spent several days shooting sunrises and sunsets at the gypsum dunes in White Sands National Monument. What a place! The simplicity of the landscape there is just perfect for working on improving compositional techniques. We also found out that having a full moon at dusk doesn’t hurt, either.
I’m pleased to announce that my fall instructional photo safaris to South Dakota and the Oregon Coast are moving forward as planned!
I have a handful of openings for these upcoming trips:
- South Dakota Badlands: Sept. 17-21 (RSVP by August 15th)
- Oregon Coast (Bandon Beach): Oct. 3-8 (RSVP by Sept. 1)
- White Sands, New Mexico: November 1-4 (RSVP by Oct 1)
These safaris are limited to eight (8) photographers, and include field and classroom instruction, post-processing sessions, and image critique.