Fine Art Digital Print Series
Illuminating Creativity Series
Death Valley - California
In this digital photograph workshop you'll explore an iconic photographic location - Death Valley. Countless photographers have worked in Death Valley, including many of the greats like William Henry Jackson, Carlton Watkins, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, and so many other contemporary photographers. Hollywood has had a long-running love affair with the location too. There's a reason. It's stunning!
The variety of deep desert forms you'll discover in Death Valley is simply astonishing. Watch sunrise at Zabriskie Point and then walk through Golden Canyon. Witness the painted earth of Artist's Palette. Get dazzled by giant salt flats. Climb along the extinct volcanic Ubehebe Crater. Walk across the cracked mud flats of the Racetrack and see the mysterious moving rocks. Immerse yourself in several vast dune fields. It's North America's driest, hottest, lowest (it's actually below sea level) location.If you've never been, you must see it. Once you've seen it, you'll want to return again and again.
This workshop will offer a complete immersion into this fascinating location. There will be extensive reviews of work done on site. We'll focus on developing a series of images that reflects your unique vision and telling your story in the most effective and compelling ways.
Limited to 12 this workshop offers individual guidance while stimulating an active dialog amid a diverse group of participants.
My workshops offer an unparalleled opportunity to develop your personal vision at exotic locations in a supportive community. Demonstrations, experiments, and feedback will help you grow your existing skills and talents revealing new ways of seeing and thinking that will energize and strengthen your authentic creative voice. You'll leave more versatile, focused, and inspired.
The many resources I provide will help you prepare to make the most of your workshop experience and continue developing long afterwards.
Find out more about my workshop philosophy here.
Tom Barry - When Two Images Are Better Than One