Palouse Summer Tour One Set Left

Classic Rolling hills

If you haven’t visited the Palouse in the summer you’re missing a rare treat.  This is one of my favorite areas in America to do photography.  It’s not a National Park or a place with scenic overlooks.  It’s an area of rolling green hills that take on new dimensions with the shadows of clouds and early and late day light.  We chase the light.  While I know a ton of good locations since I have been coming to the region since 2005 I am still finding new gems. This a four-person workshop where we travel where other workshops can’t go in our suburban 4wd vehicle.  Except for airfare to Spokane, everything else is included.  Your hotel, transportation, and all meals are part of the price.  I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.  I have one spot left for this trip and still have an opening for our Harvest Time trip in August.  Check them out.  If you have questions, let me know.

One of our many locations

Palouse Workshop Is Completed

This Is The Palouse, Lonely Trees & Windmills

This Is The Palouse, Lonely Trees & Windmills

The Palouse Workshop is underway.  This workshop is a PODAS workshop facilitated by Rockhopper Workshops and Luminous-Landscape.  What this means is that Phase One is providing everyone on the workshop a camera system to use plus classroom tutorials on the Capture One workflow.  We have a great line up of attendees. Kevin Raber and Jeff Schewe are instructors.  Andrew Warman from Phase One is providing technical and logistical support.   Check back through out the week as we update the blog with our activities during this workshop.