This Photo Safari visits some of the most unique and least-visited natural wonders of California and the West — Mono Lake, the Alabama Hills, and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. All the while, the Sierra Nevada — the "Range of Light" of Ansel Adams and John Muir — towers over us. This year we will also photograph at historic Bodie ghost town.
This will be a great opportunity to improve your photography regardless of your skill level. We explore equipment, exposure, films, composition, and the field techniques you can use to produce perfect images. Instruction and discussion takes place in the field as we travel to a variety of great scenic locations.
Our small group size allows personal attention and lets us tailor the PhotoSafari to the interests of the participants. We will help you get the most from your photography, and you will come away with outstanding images. If you'd like to expand your nature photography in a spectacular setting, then join us in the Eastern Sierra. Come learn and photograph in some of the West's best and least-visited photo locations.
Creative producer of international projects «Formula Drift. Russia» and «Eastern European Championship of Stuntriding". I work with commercials and documentaries films - more than 100 as a writer, director, cameraman.
Originally from Vladivostok, Russian far East region, Gleb Tarro currently lives in San Diego, CA, USA. Over 25 years of professional experience and classic education in photojournalism gives Gleb freedom to explore natural wonders and express his artistic vision through his photography.
Participants should have a working knowledge of their equipment (know which button does what!) before the workshop. Equipment Suggestions:
You can shoot even on a smartphone. You can learn to take pictures with any camera. Professional technique requires a thoughtful approach and knowledge of many shooting nuances. The main thing is the ability to see the composition and feel the lighting in the frame.