September 1-5, 2019
Limited to 12 participants with two instructors.
Non-photographing guests welcome (no fee for them)
Based out of the Pullman, Washington.
Join us for Palouse, Echoes of Tuscany, where the landscape often reminds people of the Tuscan landscape in Italy. With rolling hills that are actually ancient geological silt dunes, agricultural patterns of wheat, garbanzo beans, barley, and other crops, hay included, meandering and crisscrossing as far as the eye can see, old farm houses and barns, 50s-era towns, farm machinery and abandoned trucks, this is a photographer’s feast with a subdued palette of chocolates, creams, golds, siennas, and browns punctuated by yellows and yes, some greens …
Our tag line is "Seek Your Own Vision, and Make Great Photos," and we mean it. Standing cheek by jowel with a gaggle of photographers is not the way to get unique images. Our goal is to help you find your vision and use age-old principles of art to make compelling images that tell your story. We stress aesthetics over techno-speak, and our daily critiques incorporate just that.
Margo and Arnie are world travelers who in their past lives, worked for the best of the best, LIFE, Time, GEO, Geographic, etc. and were hired by Fortune 500 corporations for their unique vision. Their work is in museums and collections world-wide. Let them help you take that next step in your photographic journey.
$1,480 with discounts for alumni and members of Nature Photographers Network (make note of same on the application)
Twofer discount for those who also join us for Along the Oregon Coast.
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