Smoky Mountains Spring in Bloom Photo Workshop
Where: Townsend, Tennessee
When: April 24-28, 2016
Class Size: 10
Registration: If you have any questions or wish to register, please email David Johnston (email@example.com).
Join renowned photographer, David Johnston, on a three-day exploration of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountain National Park in the Spring. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is the most well-known park to David since he lives in Tennessee. This will be David’s 6th year photographing the park. We will be shooting some of the best spring color in the United States. There is not a shortage of things to photograph in the park!
Throughout each day, David will help you reach your full photography potential by helping you develop your technical photography skills, as well as your creative vision for photography. You will be taught composition strategies, how to shoot in dramatic light of early morning, sunsets, and possibly night photography. During any downtime during the day when light isn’t particularly interesting, David show you different photography and post processing techniques that will help you take your editing skills and your overall photography to the next level.
Even though we will go over post processing, the focus of this workshop is to work on your photography in the field. That means we will be spending the majority of the time shooting outdoors. With that in mind, it should be known that we will remain flexible due to the uncertainty of weather.
8314 State HWY 73
Townsend, TN 37882
Although we will use the TallyHo Inn as our base of operations, you should feel free to stay somewhere else in or near Townsend if you wish. Feel free to choose another property to suit your budget and needs.
This is an outdoor nature photo workshop, so general good health and fitness will help maximize your comfort and enjoyment. That said, the activities we have planned should be well within the ability of people in moderate to good shape. Hiking will always be less than one mile (one way) over easy to moderate terrain. All participant are required to sign a standard medical and waiver form.
Tuition covers guiding and instruction by David only. Transportation, lodging, meals, park entrance fees, and all other costs are the responsibility of workshop participants.
Tuition and cancellation policy
A deposit of $300 is required to secure a space on this workshop. Full tuition is due 60 days before the workshop start. A full refund minus a $100 processing fee is available if you cancel within 60 days before the workshop starts. Within 60 days, we will only issue a refund if we can fill your spot.