Mark Twain called it "The Jewel of the Sierra." And for over a hundred years, native americans, explorers, outdoorsmen, entrepreneurs, gamblers, hikers, skiers, boaters, the mob(?), gold miners, mountain bikers, and photographers have called it a slice of heaven. Sitting at 6200-ft in elevation, 22 miles long and 12 miles wide, Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in the nation, spanning two states and the scenic hearts of millions. Spend three full days exploring the photographic gold mines from wide mountain vistas to stunning lake-side coves during this intermediate-level photography workshop course.
Workshop Capacity: Minimum of 3 students, maximum of 5 students
Course Level of Instruction: 200-Level: Intermediate - Starting where our beginner courses end, academic principles in the intermediate courses push the level of learning, incorporating the visual with the technical.
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WE WANT YOU TO LEARN …
Learn how to read the scene. Learn how to see the light. Learn how to make photographs that aren’t snapshots.
While most workshops simply take you around to predetermined sights, telling you where to point the camera and what the camera settings are for that shot, we here at High Sierra Workshops do things differently.
We have an integrated learning component for each and every location, from technical instruction to visual composition skills to theoretical applications … that just happens to be in a spectacular location!