Dates: March 6-11, 2016
Winter light is without a doubt the best landscape light in the Moab area. Low angle light last for much longer from December - March, illuminating the red rock country and painting clouds magnificent shades of pink, red and orange. In addition to amazing light during the day, this time of the year is perfect for capturing starry night images from Milky Way photographs to star trails, the many balanced rocks and arches in the park provide the perfect subject matter for these nighttime images.
We will focus on capturing the best light during early morning/late afternoon with classroom session in the middle of the day focusing on advanced composition, developing personal vision and techniques for capturing night images & light painting.
Itinerary - Sunday - Friday
Sunday: Meet & Greet, 2 hour classroom session, sunset shoot, night photo session
Monday: Sunrise/Morning Shoot, break, afternoon classroom, afternoon/sunset shoot, night photography
Tuesday: Sunrise Shoot, break, afternoon classroom, Late Afternoon/Sunset Shoot
Wednesday: Sunrise, drive to a secret trailhead for a hike to some amazing Anasazi Ruins (best shot in late morning/afternoon light), sunset shoot
Thursday: Sunrise Shoot, break, afternoon classroom critiques, sunset shoot, night photography session
Friday: Sunrise shoot, breakfast as group, workshop ends at 10am
Joseph Rossbach - see full bio
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Moab
1863 N Hwy 191 Moab, UT 84532
Maximum Group Size
8 Persons (1 Instructor)
9-12 Persons (2 instructors)
Easy - Moderate. Uneven terrain, some hikes up to 2 miles long
What to Bring
After registering we will send a full PDF booklet with recommended gear, clothing, lodging options, ect..