Tufa, Dawn, Mono Lake, California
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MONO LAKE AND THE EASTERN SIERRA: EXPLORING AUTUMN LIGHT
CHARLES CRAMER AND JOHN SEXTON
October 14–19, 2012
By popular demand we are pleased to once again offer this extremely popular workshop. The Mono Basin and Eastern Sierra have some of the most exciting photographic opportunities imaginable. Autumn light and fall colors will add to the magic and wonder of this area. This field workshop will allow you to explore the spectacular photographic possibilities of this area under the leadership of two skilled and talented photographers, Charles Cramer and John Sexton, and is open to dedicated photographers working with either traditional or digital materials. The most important thing is to come with an open mind and a desire to work hard at improving your photography. If you are interested in attending this workshop please send your application soon. It is certain that the session will be fully subscribed.
John and Charlie have selected a number of exciting locations to explore during the workshop. We will be photographing late and early light on the unique tufa formations at Mono Lake, as well as exploring nearby beautiful Sierra canyons and the spectacular Yosemite high country. Sexton and Cramer, along with workshop assistant Anne Larsen, will be available to assist participants in the field and will be offering indoor instruction sessions. We will utilize a large, comfortable classroom facility in Lee Vining, just a few hundred yards from the shore of Mono Lake and within walking distance of our motel. Along with instructor presentations and demonstrations, an important aspect of the workshop will be constructive portfolio reviews of prints participants will bring to the workshop. It will be a time of great scenery, photography, and camaraderie.
Included in the workshop fee will be a specially catered dinner the final night of the workshop, as well as two lunches in the field, along with handout booklets from both Charlie and John. Lodging, additional meals, and transportation costs are the responsibility of each participant. The workshop is limited to fourteen people, and no guests are allowed. Early enrollment is advised.The workshop begins on Sunday morning, and ends late Friday evening.
Fee: $1,450 (Includes all park entrance and permit fees)
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last updated February 27, 2012