Where: Townsend, TN
Group Size: 10
The remaining balance will be due 60 days before the start date. We will send you an eBill payable by Credit Card, Paypal Account or Check.
Springtime in the Smoky Mountains is awesome! This time frame should put us in the mountains to photograph the Dogwoods in bloom, spring wildflowers dotting the forest and rushing waters of the thousands of miles of rivers, creeks and streams. Spring in the Smokies also brings pleasant weather, fog filled valleys and the chance of mountain tops coated in snow. As with all of our workshops, there will be ample field instruction, spirited critiques and classroom presentations on post processing and field techniques.
Highlights include ample field instruction, classroom critiques, post processing software training, Dogwoods in bloom, spring wildflowers, rushing streams, mountain vistas, valley fog and historic roads and structures of Cades Cove.
Weather: Average highs in the low to mid 70's and average lows in the mid to upper 40's.
Lodging: Talley Ho Lodge
8314 State Hwy 73
Spaces are very limited for this workshop and it fills up every year.
Email me or call 443-942-2717 for more information or any questions on this great event!
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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.