Due to someone changing their mind about attending this workshop, I have one spot that has opened back up. This workshop will be help in the Palouse region of Eastern Washington state and more information can be found here: http://exposurenorthwest.wordpress.com/lifeinthepalouse/ I will extend a $50 discount to whoever fills up this last spot! Palouse Last Spot
If you want to participate in one of my workshops this year, your chance to do so is almost gone! My first 3 workshops of the year have all sold out and I am over 50% booked in my remaining two. Please have a look at the next workshop, the Northern Oregon Coast, that currently has two spots still open: http://exposurenorthwest.wordpress.com/northerncoast/ Please contact me to discuss private workshop information or to set up small group workshops for you & your friends or business partners! Northern Coast
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It’s not even 2013 yet and most of my Exposure Northwest workshops next year are already 50% full. My first workshop of 2013, Waterfalls & Wildflowers is already 85% full with just two spots left. My Palouse workshop is already 50% full with just 3 spots left. If you have been thinking about joining me on one of the workshops next year, the time to get on board is now! I will be adding 1-2 additional workshops to the itinerary and I would like to know… Where would YOU like to see the next Exposure Northwest workshop? Please let me know in the comments below or shoot me an email to share your ideas! Thank you all for your support!
My last two announced Exposure Northwest workshops have sold out within a week. I really appreciate the support and feedback I have been receiving from everyone. I have just announced two more workshops, one for 2012 and one for 2013. Check out the details below!
Emerald City Nights
Emerald City Nights – Seattle Washington
December 8th & 9th 2012
Start of Workshop 3:00pm. Sunset at 4:18pm.
This workshop will be a unique experience for those wishing to become more familiar with night photography and will give you an excuse to visit the beautiful city of Seattle. The Emerald city provides a wonderful opportunity to get out after dark and create some beautiful night imagery. If that weren’t exciting enough, I will be providing a demonstration on spinning steel wool and you will have the opportunity to photograph it and to try it for yourself if you are interested! It is going to be a TON of fun! Who knows, maybe you will even get to see me set myself on fire! Just kidding….I make no promises of inflicting pain upon myself.
Day One: We will begin our workshop by meeting at the Jose Rizal (or 12th street bridge) at 3pm. This will give us the opportunity to photograph the city as the sun sets and the lights begin to come on with the blur of rush hour traffic below us. We will continue shooting here through the “blue hour” before moving on to our next destination. Depending on the conditions we will then visit other iconic Seattle locations such as Gasworks Park, Pier 66 and the waterfront & Alki beach.
Day Two: We will begin day two by meeting at the world-famous Kerry Park to capture the city skyline from the north end before heading down to the photograph the Space Needle and the surrounding area. We will also be visiting other lesser known places around the city and by the time we are finished your camera will be packed with beautiful images from this great city.
If you are traveling from somewhere else, I highly recommend seeking out all the wonderful things that Seattle has to offer during the daylight hours as well. If you need any suggestions for dining, lodging or things to do while you are here, I would be happy to point you in the right direction!
To register, please just click the image below and you will be taken to a link where you can sign up for the workshop. This workshop has a maximum of 6 people. I hope to see you there!
Life In The Palouse
Life In The Palouse 2013
Palouse Falls to Steptoe Butte – June 1st & 2nd 2013
Investment: $350 per person.
The Palouse will be a 2 day event held in the dreamlike hills of the Palouse in Eastern Washington during peak growth of Spring. Much of this time will be spent near Colfax, Washington on and around Steptoe Butte State Park.
The closest airport to the workshop is the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport; however this is a small airport with only 1 airstrip. There is an airport in Wenatchee, the Pangborn Memorial Airport. The nearest major airports would be (PDX) Portland, Oregon and (SEA) in Seattle Washington. Each of these airports is approx 4.5 hours driving time to Colfax, Washington.
Here is a list of hotel accommodations closest to the event:
Best Western PLUS
Hotels can also be found in Pullman, 15 minutes drive east of Colfax. I encourage you to book your hotels as far in advance as possible. Hotels in this area, during this time of year fill up extremely quickly.
Day One: We will begin this workshop at the very top of Steptoe Butte State Park at 4:45am. Steptoe Butte State Park is a 150 acre, 3,612 foot tall natural monument that looms over the rolling hills in the area. The window with the best quality of light lasts for approximately 2 hours just after sunrise and again just before sunset. During the rest of the day we will be exploring all of the abandoned buildings and old machinery that the area has to offer and much more! Because of the length of daylight during this time of the year, we will be taking a 2-3 hour break on the first two days of the workshop so that people can go back to their hotels to rest or take an extended lunch.
Day Two: Our second day will begin back up at Steptoe Butte for additional exploration of this picturesque area. The Palouse offers endless opportunity and everyone will want to go back more than once during the weekend. After our mid day break we will head over to the amazing Palouse Falls and photograph this area through the hours of sunset.
Hotel accommodations, travel & food expenses and any fees related to entry to the areas we will be photographing are not covered as part of your investment fee.
Minimal hiking will be required of distances less than 1 mile at any given time during the workshop. If you have any concerns about your physical ability please contact me directly for more details. The majority of the trails we will be traveling are well maintained and highly traveled year round.