Yosemite Workshops

September 12, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

There have many Yosemite National Park workshops. A highlighted guest is Ken Rockwell.

Ken Rockwell is a talented photographer as well as the creator of his own well-known web site which contains an amazing and constantly evolving compendium of thoughtful and thought provoking essays, photography galleries, Photoshop lessons and detailed test reports of new and vintage camera equipment. Ken has an artistic eye, he is engineer by training, and he enjoys sharing both his encyclopedic knowledge and forthright opinions about photography. Having fully the embraced digital age, Ken is equally adept with traditional 35mm, panoramic, medium and large format photography.

(Image by Autumn Light participant, Jeff N.)

Yosemite Autumn Light Photography Workshop

October 19, 2012 - October 22, 2012

Photographers of all levels and cameras of any format are welcome. Join a renowned photographers as they help you develop your own unique way of capturing Yosemite’s beauty.

You will explore both iconic and lesser known subjects in the Valley area that your guides have discovered after years of working in Yosemite. Autumn also offers a special quality of light, combined with incredible foliage and fewer crowds in the park.

Hiking: Easy. Approx. 1 mile per day

Elevation: 4,000’

Registration fee: $389

To register, visit http://www.yosemiteconservancy.org/events/autumn-light-photography-1

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