I am just in the planning stages of workshops and am looking to see where the interest lies.
Workshops would be women only and limited in size.
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This would be for those of you that just got a camera or never take it out auto mode. We would cover how to use your camera, composition, and basic photo editing. We would cover landscapes and portraits. It would include guided hikes and guided photo shoots.
This would be for those of you that are shooting in a semi-auto mode or manual. We would cover more advanced camera techniques and advanced photo editing. We would cover landscapes and portraits. It would include guided hikes and guided photo shoots.
This would be for those of you that are looking more to make connections with others. It would be a trip with guided excursions with an emphasis on visiting very photogenic places. There would be very limited instruction, this is more to have a fun time and take epic pictures.
Right now I am limiting it to parks that I have been to and know well. I feel that is important to give others a full experience.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is in Medora, North Dakota. It has a south unit and north unit. The south unit is home to many wild horses and bison. It has beautiful views and its more of a touristy town. The north unit is an hour away and it has more dramatic landscapes and bison as well. This is one of the most underrated parks out there. It is just gorgeous and has very few people that visit it. Hikes would range from easy to moderate.
Badlands National Park is near Interior, South Dakota. It has jaw dropping landscapes. You feel almost like you are on another planet at this park. It has beautiful colors! There are big horn sheep and bison at this park. Hikes here are generally more easy.
Glacier National Park – This park is called the crown of the continent for a reason. Its landscapes are incredible. There are mountains, waterfalls, and wildflowers. A workshop here would include easy, moderate, and hard hikes. Most things worth seeing at this park involve hiking. Glacier is home to bears and moose.