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Palouse Farm Country

Next Previous June 16-20, 2016
Location: Colfax, WA
Workshop Fee: $1195.00
Deposit: 250.00
Maximum number of participants: 12

Please see my Washington galery here

The Palouse is among the most photogenic areas in the world, dotted with rural towns nestled among undulating hills of green and yellow to magnificent pastoral vistas that continue as far as the eye can see. Tucked away in southeastern Washington and northeast Idaho is a majestic region of rolling fields known as the Palouse. This is rural American farming at its best, but the old landmarks and way of life are rapidly changing. Now is the time to see and photograph this iconic region. Subjects include rolling landscapes, dramatic clouds, rustic rural barns, abandoned vehicles and farm equipment and much more. The graceful rolling hills and scenic views are breathtaking. The crops rotate each year giving a fresh look each spring with bright rolling vistas of greens and yellow. Powerfull graphic images are commonly taken on this tour. Our tour is designed for peak spring colors. At first glance the Palouse appears deceptively easy to photograph, but with 3,000 square miles to explore you want a knowledgeable guide and professional photo instructor putting you in the right place at the right time. Otherwise, you spend your limited time driving around wondering where the iconic shots are instead of making great photos. We have over 50 locations GPS marked, so we can efficiently visit the best locations with the least amount of driving.

We'll headquarter our workshop at the Best Western Wheatland Inn, Colfax, WA where we have a block of rooms set aside at a special rate.

Food, lodging, and transportation not included.

Instructional Topics


Wide Angle & Telephoto landscapes: Learn to use all your lenses

Flash: Full Flash, Fill Flash from scenic to macro subjects

Creative Depth of Field: We’ll teach you to take control of your camera and get the results you want.

Composition: Learning to see creatively: Using graphics and color for stronger compositions

Camera Setup: Setting the camera to work the way you want

Basic Workflow: Filters, Plug Ins, Working with Textures

HDR for Controlling Excessive Contrast: Techniques for realistic HDR to artistic "grungy" illustrations.

Focus stacking: for unlimited depth of focus

Textures: Make your photos look like paintings

Infra Red: Black and white techniques

Itinerary: Day 1: June 16

Participants meet in lobby of Best Western Wheatland Inn: Colfax, Washington for dinner 6PM. Restaurant to be determined!

Days 2-4:

From our centralized location we explore the sensational hills, farms, and barns in the best light each day. We depart early each day depending on weather and lighting conditions, and drive numerous farm roads photographing spectacular landscapes and rural Americana scenes.

Day 5: June 20

Early morning shoot, then check out of hotel, depart for home.

Reserve Your Place Now!

Checks should be made payable to:

Adam Jones
6814 Clore Lake Road
Crestwood, KY 40014


Please include all your normal contact information including your email address along with your check, and you will receive a written confirmation of payment.

For more information, please email me:
adam@adamjonesphoto.com

   
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Adam Jones Photography
6814 Clore Lake Rd.
Crestwood, KY 40014
502-327-0416
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