Colorado Fall Color, Dallas Divide
Dan Ballard Photography
Sept. 28, 2012 - Sept. 30, 2012
Cost: $575.00 ($200 deposit due at registration, balance due on Aug 28, 2012)
For more information, please contact Dan Ballard @ 719 469-0608 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Winding mountain roads, aspen filled valleys, towering mountains, crystal clear lakes and stunning artists light overwhelm the senses in the Ridgway/Telluride area in the fall. This beautiful mountain setting is the one of the best places in the country to shoot fall colors and we will take full advantage of it. Last Dollar Road and Dallas Divide are just a few of the amazing locations we will be visiting during this three day instructional workshop.
Dan is a very passionate and creative teacher and he will spend a large amount of the workshop instructing. He will give several group lectures as well as one-on-one instruction to each student catering to everyone's personal photographic level. Along with capturing stunning images of the changing aspens, the main focus of this workshop will be teaching ideas on creating strong powerful images from conception to print.
The workshop begins Friday, Sept 28, 2012 at 1 p.m. and ends Sunday, Sept 30, 2012 at noon. We will base out of Ridgway and explore the surrounding area.
These topics plus more will be covered in this workshop:
Camera Setting Instruction
Lightroom Post Processing Techniques
Setting up your camera bag
Landscape Photography Business Ideas
One on One photo critique of ten of your images.
What is included:
Entrance fee’s to all area’s
Light snacks for the early mornings
1 group meal in Ridgway.
**Lodging, transportation & most meals are NOT included.
What to expect:
This workshop will involve some moderate hiking of a mile or two. We will car pool from Ridgway.
For information on the
Ridgway-Telluride area go to: www.alltelluride.com & also each cities chamber of commerce sites have some good info.
For information on "Things you should know before you come" go to: www.nps.gov/romo/index.htm
*Please read under plan your vist - “things you should know”; (1)Your safety,
(2)weather (3)bears. These 3 articles have some very important information that pertain to all areas of the Rocky Mountains.
Lodging is up to each individual participant. Dan will be staying at The Ridgway Lodge & Suites and encourages participants to stay here so that it is easier for us to all convene and conclude the days activities with a minimum of travel. However, you are welcome to stay anywhere you would like. When making your reservation at The Ridgway Lodge you will need to call the local number 800-368-5444 & tell them you are part of the Dan Ballard Photography Workshop. A block of rooms has been reserved with 2 queen beds each for 98.10 & taxes a night. If you would like to share a room Dan can help with that.
Transportation to & from the Ouray-Ridgway area is up to each individual participant. There is an airport in Grand Junction & one in Telluride as well. Driving conditions will consist mainly of paved roads, so a standard car should be sufficient. When possible we prefer that participants car pool with each other. If you are willing to drive please let us know.
Terms & Conditions:
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.
When & Where
Dan Ballard Photography
Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer and keynote speaker. He gives presentations on photography around the world at symposiums, festivals, trade shows and workshops.
Dan has visited over 60 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 world, 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 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.