Colorado's Fall Colors: Dallas Divide
Friday, October 4, 2013 at 2:00 PM - Sunday, October 6, 2013 at 2:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join professional landscape photographer, Joseph Roybal, in an unforgettable scenic location: Colorado's Dallas Divide! This location boasts gorgeous 14,000' peaks, trees offering an ocean of color, sky's filled with drama all set within one of the countries most gorgeous locations!
This workshop will focus on getting you, the photographer, to see the world differently and push your limits in creativity and technique. Joseph will be place emphasis on:
- Working Efficiency in the Field
- Post-processing Techniques
- Critique of Images Captured
- What's In the Bag
- Enhancing Your Photographic Skill
- Plus More!
We will meet in Ridgeway on the afternoon of the 4th after we check in to acquaint ourselves and get settled in. We will eat an early dinner and head out to photograph along one of the nation's most gorgeous roads offering stunning vistas: Last Dollar Road. After our sunset shoot we will head in to get some rest to be ready for an early morning sunrise shoot where we will read the light to determine the best location. On this second day, after our sunrise shoot and breakfast we will all break off from the group and have some free time and rejoin about 4pm to eat dinner and head back out for sunset. On our third morning we will shoot sunrise and head back into town to eat breakfast and go over our 5 top images in a critique session. If possible, please bring along a laptop where you are able to do some light edits and ready this presentation. If you do not own a laptop with such capability it may be possible to share with another participant.
What's Included: Photographic Instruction, small snacks, water
What is Not Included: Transportation, Acommodations, Food, Misc Expenses
Location: Ridgeway is located at the junction of Highways 62 and 550 in Colorado.
Deposits - The deposit amount specified with each workshop is due at the time you book a workshop. Your space is not reserved until we receive your deposit. The full balance is due 30 days prior (or on the date specified on the workshop page) to the start of the workshop. If we do not receive your balance by this time, we reserve the right to cancel your workshop and/or fill your spot off of a wait list. In the event of such a cancellation, no refunds will be provided.
Cancellation, Refund & Delay Policy - All workshop schedules and plans are subject to change at our discretion depending upon weather, health and safety considerations, or any other factor related or unrelated to photographic opportunities as we see fit. Full refunds of all monies paid will be made if a workshop is canceled by us or if the workshop is rescheduled and you are unable to attend on the new date. Dan Ballard Photography is not responsible for any other costs which participants may have incurred, including but not limited to travel, car rental, lodging, insurance, photographic purchases and/or rentals.
If you cancel your workshop the following applies. If cancellation is received at least 90 days prior to the start of the workshop, the deposit can be applied to another workshop of your choice. For cancellations received 31 - 89 days prior to the start of the workshop the deposit will be forfeited. For cancellations received 0 - 30 days prior to the start of the workshop, all deposits and workshop fee’s will be forfeited.
No refunds will be given for delays or cancellations due to inclement weather, flights, or other events beyond our control, either before, during, or after your workshop. We are not responsible for any additional costs you may incur due to delays or cancellations.
Lodging: Participants are required to arrange their own lodging.
Meals: Participants will be required to purchase their own meals and generally we eat as a group. A continental breakfast may be available, but we may not be around to take advantage of it.
Transportation: We will carpool to shooting locations. Participants are required to provide their own transportation to and from Page as well as each workshop location. Paricipants are encouraged to carpool whenever possible.
Travel and other expenses: Under no circumstances will we refund any charge not paid directly to us, such as (but not limited to) airfare, lodging, car rental, or meals. Though we’ve never had to cancel a workshop, and consider the possibility extremely remote, for your peace of mind I strongly encourage you to purchase travel insurance to cover any losses resulting from a cancelled workshop.
Joseph Roybal is a professional Travel Landscape and Portrait Photographer based in Denver, Colorado. Joseph’s photography has been published in AFAR Travel Magazine, Denver Life and Denver Home + Design. Along with shooting for international clients, Joseph has lived in Europe for nearly five years off and on, two of those were in France. He is fluent in French and also incredibly comfortable in the country and culture. He recently returned from an incredible South American photography expedition with friend and internationally known photographer, Dan Ballard. Joseph is currently completing a large-scale commercial project in downtown Denver where he has been commissioned to produce a one-of-a-kind photographic experience.
Joseph is proud to be working with some incredible names in the Photographic Industry such as Zenfolio, Lowepro and Vanguard.
He recently exhibited alongside world-renowned travel photographer Blaine Harrington III in the prestigious John Fielder gallery in Denver, and currently displays his work in several Denver locations. He has scouted locations for National Geographic workshops, and currently works with fellow photographer, Dan Ballard, with his popular landscape photography workshops
Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado. His images take you on a visual journey to some of the world's most beautiful and far-reaching corners. Dan has visited over 50 countries on five continents around the globe, and his work has attracted the attention and praise of some of the biggest names and companies in the photo industry.
Dan's images have been on display around the U.S. in museums and galleries, and he has sold images to clients around the globe, including The National Geographic Society and The Travel Channel. He is proud to be on the Mpix, Zenfolio and BlackRapid Pro Teams, and to have strong working relationships with the most trusted names in photography, including SanDisk, ThinkTank Photo, Nik Sofware, and Really Right Stuff. His images have been published in magazines and calendars worldwide, and he has won or been a finalist in numerous prestigious competitions. Large, framed prints of his work can be found at gift and furniture stores around the country. Dan’s image ”Let ‘er Fly” was recently featured in a Smithsonian Channel episode on what makes an award-winning image.
Dan is an accomplished and entertaining keynote speaker and gives presentations on photography around the world at symposiums, festivals, trade shows and workshops.