Tag Archives: landscape photography

  • Exploring Croatia - October 2017

    Plitvice

    $2,975.00

    October 9-15, 2017 (with David Cobb)

    3 spots remaining!

    Guided by renowned Slovenian photographer, Luka Esenko, we will begin in the capitol city of Zagreb to explore its medieval and Austro-Hungarian architecture. Next we will head to the spectacular Plivitce Lakes National Park for fall color and stunning scenery of deep gorges and hundreds of waterfalls running through the lakes district. Next up will be the stunningly beautiful Istrian peninsula where we will photograph the dramatic coastline and ancient cities along the shore—also heading into the nearby wine growing hill country.

    There is a maximum of 13 people for this trip. Full price is $2,975. This includes transportation within Croatia, daily meals, and lodging.

    Click here to register or reserve a spot.

    Want to sign up for both Croatia & Slovenia? Click here. The Combined trip is $5,475

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  • Discover Slovenia - October 2017

    Storybook Land, Lake Bled, Slovenia

    $2,975.00

    This photo tour has filled!

    October 15-21, 2017 (with David Cobb)

    Guided by renowned Slovenian photographer, Luka Esenko, we will begin from the capitol city of Ljubljana before heading to Lake Bled and the Julian Alps to photograph the glaciated lakes, stunning gorges, waterfalls, and the iconic island Church of the Assumption on beautiful Lake Bled. We'll explore Triglav National Park, the Soca River Valley, and some of the high passes of the Julian Alps. The lands are dotted with beautiful and picturesque Baroque churches, which can be fabulous subject matter. The trip will end by circling back to Ljubljana to photograph its old town, hilltop castle, and the bustling marketplace.

    MostnicaThere is a maximum of 13 people for this trip. Full price is $2,975. This includes transportation within Slovenia, daily meals, and lodging.

    Click here to register or reserve a spot.

    Want to sign up for both Croatia & Slovenia? Click here. The combined trip is $5,475

     

     

     

  • "Frost Light" - Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park

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    Yosemite Falls resplendent in frost and glancing morning sun with the valley still shrouded in shadow. I took this while out on road trip with my good buds, David Cobb and Zack Schnepf last week. We shacked up in the Falcon for seven days. More bad jokes, laughing and flatulence than most people could handle.

    Canon 5D MK4, 47mm, polarizer, 1/20 second, f/11, ISO 100.

  • Ghost Forest - Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

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    Fires have burned large sections of Torres del Paine NP in the last 20 years, many of them apparently set off accidentally by backpackers. I never like to see beautiful landscapes burn, but fire is part of the ecological process and these burned out trees do create impact and help tell this particular visual story.

    Canon 5DsR, 25mm, Polarizer. 1/10 second @ f/18, ISO 100.

  • Photo Tour Patagonia - March 2016

    Patagonia!

    This trip is now full.

    Thinking of the far away land of Chile and Argentina at the tip of South America evokes images of soaring mountain ranges, picturesque peaks and photogenic lakes and prairies.

    March 6 - 21, 2016

    Sean Bagshaw and Christian Heeb

    Presented by the Cascade Center of Photography

    Contact the Cascade Center of Photography to be added to the waiting list.

     

    I am excited to be teaming up with internationally renowned travel photographer, Christian Heeb, for this once in a lifetime Patagonia Photo Tour to some of the world's most spectacular sights for Nature and Landscape photographers. I hope you can join us on this adventure!

    A small group of photographers will have the opportunity to join us while we travel in all wheel vehicles from the southern Chilean city of Punta Arenas along the Andes Mountains to the the stunning lake district near Bariloche in Argentina. We will visit and photograph a penguin colony, the incredible glacier Perito Moreno, the granite mountain peaks of Torres del Peine National Park and the legendary mountain, Fitz Roy. We will have the opportunity to experience the wide open spaces of Argentina's high plains with opportunities to meet the Gauchos, Argentina's Cowboys, and observe an array of wildlife from foxes to Guanacos and condors while traveling through this great land.

    As an option we are offering a week long ad-on trip to Easter Island following the Patagonia photo tour.

    Highlights:

    • Penguins
    • Andes Mountains
    • Fitz Roy Mtn.
    • Perito Moreno Glacier
    • Torres Del Paine National Park
    • Los Alerces National Park
    • Bariloche and Lake Distrcit
    • Gauchos and endless plains
    • Easter Island optional ad-on

     

  • Central Oregon Coast (with David Cobb) - April, 2015

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    This workshop has filled. Contact David Cobb at the link below to be added to the waiting list.

    When: April 17-20, 2015

    Where: Based out of Yachats, Oregon

    Price: $425

    This workshop is part of David Cobb's Best of the Northwest workshop series.

    Information and Registration

    David Cobb and I will be sharing our favorite photography locations on Oregon's scenic central coast. We will visit lighthouses, harbors, dramatic seascapes, old-growth forests, and keep an eye out for marine life.

  • Eastern Sierra During the Season of Fall Color - October 2015

    Landscape & Night Photography

    with Sean Bagshaw and Christian Heeb

    October 18 - 22, 2015

    This workshop has filled. Contact the Cascade Center of Photography to be added to the waiting list.

    Presented by the Cascade Center of Photography
    More information, itinerary and registration

    Price: per person/private room $2450

    Workshop Includes

        • Transportation from and to Reno
        • Private accommodations
        • Entry fees and permits
        • Professional photography instruction and image reviews throughout

    Join Sean Bagshaw and Christian Heeb on a fantastic photographic journey to capture the treasures of the Eastern Sierra region of California during the season of fall colors. During the workshop we will visit stunning locations with jagged mountains, alpine lakes, yellow aspen, desert badlands, amazing geological formations, the oldest trees on earth and even a remote ghost town.

    This Photo Workshop will not only focus on daytime photography but night photography as well. Learn how to capture star illuminated landscapes, or give them a different feel with a little light painting. Among other topics, Sean will give a presentation on how to successfully take and develop night landscape photographs.

    About Christian Heeb: Christian is known worldwide for his stunning Photo images of scenic landscapes, lush environments as well as vibrant city scenes. He may be best known for his images of Native American People and has published over 130 coffee table books, countless calendars and numerous magazine articles. Christian has spent the last 25 years traveling the globe, over 5 continents and 70 different countries. His images, rich in color with a dramatic perspective, capture the flavor and splendor of each unique location. More at heebphoto.com

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  • The Central Oregon Cascades - August 2016

    Sparks Lake and South Sister with summer wildflowers.Sean Bagshaw & David Cobb

    This workshop has filled. Contact the Cascade Center of Photography to be added to the waiting list.

    When: August 19 - 21, 2016

    Where: Bend, Oregon

    Price: $425

    Presented by the Cascade Center of Photography
    More information, itinerary and registration

    Join northwest photographers and Photo Cascadia members, Sean Bagshaw and David Cobb to photograph the dramatic landscapes of Central Oregon. This weekend workshop will focus on landscape photography techniques at three different locations and also includes classroom image developing instruction.

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    During the sessions in the field Sean and David will be on hand to help with various techniques including camera settings, depth of field, composition, high dynamic range exposures and understanding light. The field shoots will take place in the mornings on Saturday and Sunday and in the Evening on Saturday. Each day after the morning shoot the group will convene at the Cascade Center Of Photography for a lesson in the digital developing techniques Sean and David use to create their mastered fine art landscape images. This workshop will have a good balance of Photoshop instruction and shooting in the field. We will spend about three hours in the classroom each day. This includes time to work on your own images with guidance. Instructions will be done using Lightroom and Photoshop so bring a laptop.

  • Southern Oregon Coast with David Cobb - November 2016

    Teardrop Of SkyThis workshop has filled. Contact David Cobb at the link below to be added to the waiting list.

    When: November 11-14, 2016

    Where: Bandon, Oregon

    Price: $425

    This workshop is part of David Cobb's Best of the Northwest workshop series.

    Information and Registration

    Based in Bandon,we'll be photographing picturesque shorelines, dramatic cliffs, lighthouses, and sea stacks of the southern Oregon coast. If conditions permit we'll try light painting at night.

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  • Grants Pass Presentation: Photographing and Developing for High Dynamic Range

    Grants Pass Camera Club Third Wednesday Meeting

    First Christian Church Fellowship Hall
    305 SW H St Grants Pass, OR

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015 7 - 9 pm

    Presentation: Photographing and Developing For High Dynamic Range free and open to the public

    Club website and contact

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    A common occurrence when photographing the landscape is that our images don't match what we saw. The brighter areas in an image may be completely overexposed or shadow areas may appear totally black. This is because the dynamic range, or contrast, we encounter in nature is often at the edge of or beyond what our cameras can record in a single exposure. Fortunately, there are many ways to overcome challenges of high dynamic range light, both in the camera and in developing. Sean's presentation will look at different types of natural light, how to evaluate the dynamic range in a scene and several techniques for controlling the dynamic range in your images.

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