That’s a wrap! We ended our Art of Travel Photography workshop in the North Cascades on a high note. We woke up long before dawn to photograph the Early Winters Spires washed in moonlight. An added photographic gift was the Orion star constellation positioned directly above the granite massif. Wonderful images and a great group of people. Can’t wait to come back again next year.
A group of photographers and I are up in Washington State’s North Cascades for the Art of Travel Photography workshop. Based out of the tiny town of Mazama, we are exploring the beauty of the surrounding mountains and stunning landscapes. Here are a few pics from day 1 and day 2 of the workshop. Two more days to go!
Everybody wants to create beautiful images while traveling. We journey to stunning locations because of the beauty and we want to show everyone the gorgeous surroundings after we return.
Every year I run a photography workshop called “The Art of Travel Photography” with the express purpose of working through the process of creating artistic and beautiful images. This year’s workshop is in the North Cascades of Washington State from 10/13 – 10/16. We will be based out of Mazama, WA and will photograph some of Washington’s most scenic areas. Our days will be filled with a mix of outdoor photography, hands-on field work, classroom instruction and the all-important image review/critique.
We’d love to have you come along on this year’s trip. Sign up now at this link: