Here are a bunch of photographs from this weekend’s workshop participants. Having fun taking photos of flowers, sunrise, everything!
I just returned from a great Art of Travel Photography workshop in Hood River, Oregon. We had lots of happy people and everyone came away with some truly amazing photographs.
We spent four days exploring the Columbia River Gorge and photographed locations from Vista House to the Tom McCall Nature Reserve to Mt. Hood. Folks came in from Chicago, Seattle, British Columbia and Oregon. We thoroughly enjoyed each other’s company and tired ourselves out with more photography than you can shake a stick at! It was truly a great trip and I can’t wait to do it all over again next year.
The wildflower bloom was a little bit behind this year, but we still found amazing fields full of balsam root flowers. Lupine was just starting to bloom, but Indian paintbrush was out in full force. The secret fields of Camas lilies needed just about one more week before they were in full bloom.
Because of the high snow pack in the Cascade Mountains this year, all the Gorge waterfalls were flowing at full capacity. Each of us were constantly wiping off our lenses from all the waterfall spray!
Here are some shots I took during the workshop.
We’re out in Hood River Oregon photographing the beautiful fields of flowers and amazing waterfalls. Our four-day Art of Travel Photography workshop is aimed at helping folks how to take amazing travel photographs that they can be proud of.
I took this photograph today on the drive out to Hood River. It is located at the Tom McCall Nature Reserve and is an incredible nature photography site. The wildflowers are just going crazy out here. Everything is flowering and it looks like we hit the spring bloom at exactly the right time! All the cherry trees in the Hood River Valley are also in bloom. Very exciting. I’m anticipating incredible photographs from everyone.