7PM Friday August 9
Victory Pub (Street level of the Village Hotel)
Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 7BF
United Kingdom Please » let us know if you’re coming so we can gauge attendance.
Get a more in-depth view at shooting wildlife in Hokkaido, Japan and listen to Chris talk about equipment, culture, washlets, video, cranes, snow monkeys, white-tailed eagles, steller’s sea eagles, big lenses and of course how to deal with the cold conditions, both for yourself and in terms of your gear.
Just a quick FYI: we’re readying the details oft the next Himalayan Workshop – an experience of a lifetime combined with an awesome photo workshop held by yours truly, in a breathtaking landscape – and a wonderful culture!
This is the last part of the 2012 North American tour recap.
I ended the tour by treating myself to one of the most creative photo events I’ve ever been to: After Dark.
The sessions with creative photographers include pretty much all topics, from studio photography to seeing light to post production to how creativity works. Together with a bunch of vendors who provide equipment to play with. It’s the perfect organised chaos with tens of sessions and activity and the sessions can last far into the small hours of the day. Night location shot anyone? It’s called After Dark for a reason…
Let’s continue to recap of 5 awesome weeks with the very special workshop at Canyonlands National Park in Utah. I teamed up with Jon Miller, Monika Andrae to bring some adventure to the tour. Good thing we had done something similar at three Everest Treks in 2009, 2010 and 2011 😉
We met in Ft. Collins, CO to stock up, but before the tour I first did a quick stop at the Mt. Everest Cafe to do some ad hoc food photography.
But on to the Canyonlands 2012 tour.
First we went supplies shopping:
then we went food shopping
then we packed the car, took off to Grand Junction where we added two cars to the mix
The team of photographers before the tour…
…and during a 6am sunrise photo shoot…
… and at the last day of Canyonlands (click the image for a bigger version):
By the way, SPAM for breakfast (together with oatmeal, eggs, potatoes and coffee) is actually quite tasty, especially if fried by Jon Miller.
Here’s a look at some of the super advanced camera tech that we had on the tour: