April 23, 2010
Join me for an exciting day of shooting the many waterfalls, cascades and forest scenics in White Oak Canyon. Springtime in Shenandoah National Park is a wonderful time of the year with fresh green foliage and rushing waters. This One Day Shenandoah National Park photography workshop will hike the trail up White Oak Canyon from the bottom parking lot near Sperryville, VA. On the the way up we will have the chance to shoot many waterfalls and cascades as well as some of the bigger fall sin the park. I will be with the group to lead you to the best vantage points, make creative observations, check exposures and histograms as well as critique images as we shoot. We start in the morning and hike up and shoot for a few hours. We will break for lunch as a group and then head back to the trail head in the afternoon for another hike and shoot until the light is gone. This workshop includes about 2 to 3 miles of hiking, rock scrambling and getting wet.
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Joseph Rossbach Photography
Joseph Rossbach has been photographing the landscape for over fifteen years. Joe's photographs and articles have appeared in a number of books, calendars and magazines including Outdoor Photographer, The Nature Conservancy, Digital Photo, Photo Techniques, Popular Photography, Blue Ridge Country, Mountain Connections and many more. Joe is also a staff course instructor for Nature Photographers Magazine, and writes a regular blog column forOutdoor Photographer Magazine online edition. Joe is also a co-author and contributing photographer two print books, The Ultimate Guide to Digital Nature Photography (Mountain Trail Press) and50 Amazing Things You Must See and Do in the Greater D.C. Area, The Ultimate Adventure Guide. Joe continues to travel extensively producing new and exciting images of the natural world as well as leading several photography workshops and photo tours each year.