GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK (ONE SPOT JUST OPENED!!)
Dan Ballard Photography
June 25, 2015 - June 28, 2015
Cost: $875.00 ($200 deposit due at registration, balance due on May 25, 2015)
For more information, please contact Dan Ballard @ 719 469-0608 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Class size limited to 10!
One of the most stunning and awe-inspiring places on Earth, GTNP is an amazing destination for an adventurous getaway and creating incredible images! Join us in this beautiful location for an instructional workshop focused on capturing barns, buffalo, horses, and wild rivers with the (Truly) Grand Tetons as a backdrop. We will base out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and spend four days exploring and shooting the surrounding area looking for the ultimate Teton image.
Dan has been fine tuning his workshops and methods of teaching photography for years. He is a very passionate and creative teacher, who believes in spending a large amount of the workshop instructing & giving assignments. He will give several group lectures as well as one-on-one instruction and critique to each student, catering to each individuals personal photographic level. Landscape photography business idea's will also be touched upon. Dan's goal for each workshop is to help you see the final printed image in your "mind's eye" before you push the button. You will learn Dan's entire process for creating powerful & dramatic images starting with where to shoot & why; how to master composition; understand light; set up your camera; & what you need to carry in your camera bag. Dan will also teach an afternoon session on LR post processing techniques. He uses a unique approach that leads to natural, but vibrant images. Dan is committed to helping you get images you will be proud of!
Dan Ballard Photography is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service.
“I have been shooting for 30 years and one day with Dan has literally changed the way I shoot, select and edit and my photos forever. What he taught was not necessarily new information, but by focusing on a few core principles and then spending time with each of us to reinforce those ideas, he ensured we all understood. When I shoot now, I hear those basic questions and ideas in my head. I will not take a photo now unless I am clear about the story I am telling and know that this is the way in which that story can be told best. Again, simple ideas, but they made ALL the difference in my work. I have had several teachers and mentors along the way, but Dan brought these keys points to light better than anyone else. Dan is honest, down-to-earth, amazingly knowledgable, helpful and generous with his guidance. He is an amazing photographer and fantastic teacher. If you want an honest assessment of where you can improve and get to the next level, there is no better.“
Karen Berman, California