We have worked very hard to make very PODAS workshop a memorable experience. The best way to know how well you are doing is to hear from attendees. Juan Abal shares his experience at the PODAS workshop in Palouse last summer. The link will open in Spanish since Juan is from Spain but you can click the Google translate button and see the language version of your choice.
PODAS Palouse is off and running at full speed ahead. PODAS Palouse started on Wednesday afternoon and we have 28 excellent attendees, 5 instructors and a great Phase One team. We kicked off the event starting at 3:30 on Wednesday with an opening slide show and handing out the Phase One cameras. Within a few hours we were on our way to an amazing sunset at Step Toe Butte where we were able to shoot 360 degrees from on top of the highest point in the Palouse. After a great dinner we were off to get some sleep.
Please excuse the delay in posting as we have been having upload issues with the hotel internet. Hopefully it is resolved.
Join us on a remarkable landscape photography workshop in the Palouse countryside.
For the first time in more than a year, Michael Reichmann of the famous Luminous-Landscape will be leading this workshop with world-renowned nature and landscape photographer Art Wolfe. These are two of the best known photographers in the business, and we are going to explore a beautiful part of the American Landscape.
To enhance this workshop further, all attendees will be loaned the state-of-the-art Phase One IQ160 camera system (featuring the Phase One DF camera, the new 60 megapixel IQ160 digital back and 75-150mm zoom lens) to shoot with during the workshop.
This is a must attend workshop. Spaces will go quickly and are limited. Register today to assure a spot on this PODAS workshop.
Visit our web site HERE for detailed information. A link to online registration will be found here.