Texas Landscape Safari Spring 2013

Texas Landscape Safari

The Spring 2013 Texas Landscape Safari will be held April 21 – 24, 2013 in Canyon, Texas deep in the heart of the panhandle! That’s right folks, the TLS will be moving from the Hill Country to the Texas High Plains & Canyons this year.

This not your usual photography workshop or tour. It’s more like a bunch of friends getting together to share their love of landscape photography and help each other grow as serious photographers. It’s a chance to visit and photograph some of the most beautiful spots in the Texas panhandle and to learn some techniques to enhance your landscape photography behind the camera and in the digital darkroom.

South Prong Canyon

South Prong Canyon in Caprock Canyons State Park

Our Base Camp will be in Canyon, Texas and we will be shooting at both Palo Duro Canyon State Park and Caprock Canyons State Park as well as other key locations during the three day workshop. Many of the panhandle locations are “drive up and shoot” opportunities and there are literally thousands of great spots within 90 miles of our base camp!

Texas Panhandle

Click on the image above to see our Google map for the TLS

What You’ll Learn

  • Some of the best landscape photography locations in the Texas Panhandle.
  • Basic landscape techniques for your DSLR, lenses & tripod.
  • How to compose your landscape shots for maximum impact!
  • How to correctly use a circular polarizer filter.
  • How to correctly use a graduated neutral density filter.
  • How to create special effects with a neutral density filters.
  • Basic post-capture processing techniques in Adobe Lightroom.
  • How to correctly prep your images for printing.
  • Where to have your images printed and why!

Registration Opens Now!
Just drop me an email via this blog with your name, mailing address and email address and I’ll add you to the mailing list. Our class size is limited to the first fifteen people, so don’t wait too long!

13 thoughts on “Texas Landscape Safari Spring 2013

  1. Hi Jeff,

    I’m interested. Would like to know price and start and end times. I may fly up there to save time driving.

    You have my email address but here is my mailing address:

    Sally Rigg 2400 N. Braeswood Blvd. #134 Houston, TX 77030

    Many thanks.

  2. What a great idea. I very much enjoyed our Hill Country Safari and look forward to this one in the Panhandle. Please count me in.

    Jim Skogsberg
    713-557-9624
    illini70@earthlink.net
    2207 McDuffie St
    Houston, Texas 77019

  3. Jeff,
    Hi, just want to make sure that my name made it to your list for this great workshop. I am on the road and will not be able to check my email for awhile, so please feel free to reply anyway. 614 589 3131 or RWSandford@me.com
    Thanks. Hope to see you in April.
    Rick Sandford

  4. Jeff, I’m not to up to date on how to email from the blog so I hope this is the correct way to get it to you.

    Sign me up for the Spring 2013 Safari

    Harold Barnett 8102 Nottaway Cove Austin, Tx 78745

    Hm 512-584-8078 Cell 512-470-5860 mailto:HBassman@austin.rr.com

  5. Jeff, Great, Ive been looking forward to another spring adventure.
    Count me in for the Palo Duro Spring trip. Did you want us to put out info in this reply block?

  6. Hi, Jeff,
    Please add my name to your list of attendees. Looking forward to it!!
    Richard Sandford

  7. Hi Jeff –

    Can you please put my name on the list for the Texas Landscape Safari?

    Thanks!

    Susie

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