Lake Superior In Winter
Long periods of golden light and dramatic ice formations help make winter one of the best times to photograph the shores of Lake Superior.Sign Up & Register Now
Nate has an easy going nature that makes learning from him a pleasure. His ability to make complex principles easy to understand is remarkable. Attending his workshops has saved me years of struggling on my own.
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This workshop will begin on Friday evening with introductions, an overview of the weekend, and basic information regarding some of the unique aspects of photographing in the winter. We will also use this time to address individual concerns and any specific in-field or processing techniques you would like to cover during the workshop.
For the rest of the weekend we will spend the majority of our time in the field. We will shoot sunrise and sunset in a different location each day and will spend the daylight hours covering a variety of terrain and landscapes, including rivers and frozen waterfalls.
Evenings after sunset are free for processing images and relaxing, but I will be available for informal discussion and questions during dinner each evening. The workshop will wrap up on Sunday after our morning shoot and a final discussion session.
You also have the option of joining me for an informal sunset shoot on Friday evening before the start of the workshop. If you are able to attend, this gives you a chance to scout the location and get a feel for the area before starting the workshop. A detailed itinerary will be provided when you register.
- Dates: Feb 21-23, 2014
- Cost: $350
- Participants: 8 Maximum (Workshop Full)