Digital Underground: Seattle; August 7-11, 2014

Skyline and Space Needle
Photograph the Seattle skyline and Space Needle with Jason Odell and Deborah Sandidge August 7-11, 2014

I’m pleased to announce the next stop on the Digital Underground instructional photo tour: Seattle, Washington! Join me and co-leader Deborah Sandidge as we tour the sights of the Emerald City, August 7-11, 2014.

On this four-day instructional photo tour, we will be focusing on capturing the essence of the Seattle area using creative techniques. Each day, you’ll get an assignment for using one of the techniques we’ll cover, including blue hour/night photography, monochrome, HDR, and long exposures. You will receive personal instruction and image critique each day both on-location and in the classroom. We’ve deliberately limited the group size to ten photographers to maximize contact time with the participants.

Locations Include

  • Seattle Center and Waterfront (Space Needle, EMP Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park,Waterfront Piers)
  • Seattle Skyline from Kerry Park (Queen Anne Hill)
  • Gas Works Park & Center for Wooden Boats (Lake Union)
  • Pike Place Market (where they throw the fish)
  • West Point Lighthouse/Discovery Park
  • Vashon Island via ferry (Views of Mt. Rainier, and a lighthouse)

This tour is limited to ten (10) participants. To reserve your space for this exciting trip, please make a deposit, here.

2 thoughts on “Digital Underground: Seattle; August 7-11, 2014”

  1. Jason –

    I’m a Seattle Native, VP of the North West Council of Camera Clubs, and a big fan of photographing in the area. MY blog is at htpp:// I would humbly suggest that there is MUCH more value in visiting Fisherman’s Terminal instead of the sculpture park. One of our local photo clubs holds a 4 week beginning photography class annually with both locations on the list of places we take the students. Each year the students have MUCH more to say positively about Fisherman’s Terminal than they do for the sculpture park.


  2. Thanks, Dave. I’ll take a look! Keep in mind that the itinerary for the workshop isn’t set in stone, so we have plenty of opportunities to tweak it for the best spots and weather.

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