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Eastern Sierra Workshop

The Eastern Sierra

Dates: March 17-22, 2018

Cost: 1895.00/500.00 Deposit

Description: This tour will begin in the town of Bishop, CA where we will meet on day one at noon for a extensive classroom session covering composition, lighting, gear and field techniques before heading out in the late afternoon for a sunset shoot nearby. On day two, we will spend the entire da shooting from sunrise until sunset in a variety of locations around Bishop. On day three, we shoot sunrise and then transfer down to Lone Pine at the foot of massive Mount Whitney where we will be able to shoot the arches off the Alabama Hills with the Eastern Sierra as our backdrop, after sunset we stay in the field and shoot a variety of arches against a billion stars where participants will also get a chance to learn several light painting techniques. On day four, we start at sunrise in the Alabama Hills and then after checking out of our hotel we heard over into Death Valley National Park for an afternoon and sunset shoot. On day day 5, we will be shooting a variety of landscapes in the morning from salt flats to sand dunes. At sunset, we head down to the mysterious Racetrack Playa where we will shoot the moving stones and stay for another night shoot in this remote high altitude playa. On day 6, we start of with a sunset shoot followed by a four hour post processing session. The tour ends around 1pm.


The scenery in the Eastern Sierra ...

is breathtaking, and access to numerous scenic locations is easy, making it a fantastic venue for a photography tour. In a region known for wonders such as Mono Lake, ancient bristlecone pines, Mount Whitney and the Eastern Sierra escarpment in America’s deepest valley, Bishop is an outdoor photographer’s dream and we will be exploring many locations from high desert scenery, granite arches, tufa towers, ancient bristlecone pine forests, desert dunes and mountain landscapes. 

 I am keeping the workshop numbers low in order to maximize instruction and shooting time.  Maximum of 6 persons.



In Bisop - La Quinta Inn Bishop - Mammoth Lakes

In Lone Pine - Best Western Plus Frontier Motel

In Death Valley - Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel