Visionary Death Valley: Nov 21-26, 2013
with Guy Tal and Michael Gordon
Death Valley National Park is a desert wonderland of immense scale, beauty and power. Its 3.3 million acres, the vast majority of which are roadless wilderness, encompass a staggering array of landscapes, unique geologic formations and colorful vistas. The largest National Park in the contiguous United States, Death Valley is both beautiful to behold and rich in history, mood and mystique. Its towering sand dunes, seasonally snow-capped mountains, warm springs and vast empty valleys offer endless opportunity for exploration and ample subject matter for the creative artist. There’s no place on Earth quite like it.
Few other workshops give you the benefit of two experienced guides with diverse personal styles and a broad range of expertise. Internationally acclaimed photographers, authors and teachers Guy Tal and Michael Gordon have carefully selected some of the park’s most unique locations for this workshop, combining outstanding photography with inspirational, creative and technical discussion sessions. In addition to classes in the field, Guy and Michael will work individually with participants to address questions, assist with compositions, offer ideas, and share their knowledge. Discussions will include informative reviews and critique sessions of each participant’s images made during the workshop.