Earlier this week we announced a NEW workshop – Monument Valley and Slot Canyons. This is one of the pictures you’ll be able to make. A sand fall, like a waterfall but with sand. Check out our workshop page and sign up for why will be an amazing photo adventure.
December 3rd – 9th, 2012
Instructors: Peter Eastway, Christian Fletcher, Jackie Ranken and Mike Langford
Travel with us to the edge of the planet. There is no way to properly describe New Zealand and the area we will be visiting. We will visit one area accessible only by helicopter that will take your breath away. This location alone will make the trip exceptionally special. Throw in other amazing locations, the world-class instructor team and I assure you of a first class adventure that you’ll remember for a lifetime. If you want to add some exceptional landscape images to your portfolio then mark your calendar for this excellent trip. This trip booked up quickly previously so get yourself registered today.
November 3rd – 9th, 2012
Instructors: Jack Flesher and Tim Wolcott
Join us for this great North American location in Northern Arizona as we explore two of America’s most iconic locations. Monument Valley is a spectacular location that will leave you in awe. We will be visiting places with our own Navajo Indian guide and going to locations others don’t usually get to see. With sunrise and sunset excursions planned we will be at the right spots for beautiful images. We will then move to Page, AZ and explore the slot canyons as well as some other locations for more memorable photography. Sign up now as we have only limited seats available.
Check out the details here
Explore and Photograph the epic desert landscapes of Namibia
September 23rd – October 3rd, 2012
Instructors: Andy Biggs and Bill Atkinson
Join us at this EXCLUSIVE PODAS workshop photographing the breathtaking desert landscapes of Namibia at three unique locations.
This PODAS Private Flying Safari will cover fascinating attractions in Namibia and offers stunning landscape views from the air as well as on land. We will fly to three amazing destinations in southern, central and northern Namibia, Sossusvlei, Serra Cafema and the deserted mining town of Kolmanskop.
This workshop is all-inclusive. All attendees will receive the Phase One state-of-the-art 60 megapixel Phase One IQ160 camera to shoot with during the whole workshop.
Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure!
Check out the details here
In our opening presentations at the beginning of each PODAS we emphasize our goal of providing the best workshop there is anywhere for our attendees. We stress the time we will be together, multiple instructors, and we stress the word fun, because that is what getting out and taking photographs is all about. This workshop accomplished so much more and also all of our goals. There we were amazing photographs, excellent weather, super instructors and some absolutely beautiful work created by the attendees who had come from around the world. We had Australians, Canadians, Americans, Russian, Norway, Germany, Swiss, Great Britain, Denmark and Iceland represented. There was no politics or even talk, everything was photography and it feels good to know that when individuals come together with a passion, nothing else matters. I’d like to thank my team, Peter Eastway, Drew Altdoerffer, Steve Gosling and Daniel Bergman. Without these folks we would not have had a successful PODAS. We are about to announce a few more PODAS workshops for this year and will announce the 2013 schedule this summer. Stop back here, or even subscribe to this blog so you receive the later news.
We had quite an agenda and a long list of places and things to shoot on this trip. Mission accomplished. We have been to glaciers, waterfalls, Icelandic horses, vistas, a cruise through the Glacial lagoon, sea scapes, churches at sunrise, and so much more. This has been a week of keepers. All of us are returning with a lot of images for our portfolios and walls. The instructors Peter Eastway, Steve Gosling have been excellent. Daniel Bergman has taken us places others don’t often visit. My self and Drew were there to assist, teach and support everyone. Just a damn good time. And, picture taking wasn’t all of it. New friends from a round the world joined together for the sake of enjoying the passion of photography. Tomorrow we’ll post the group photo and say a little about the group. Hope you enjoy today’s images.