Join featured instructor Scott Robert Lim for this photography workshop for scenic Joshua Tree Photography Workshop.
The California Center for Photography and Digital Arts & featured instructor & Master Photographer Scott Robert Lim for a weekend of shooting models with the scenic backdrop of Joshua Tree National Park.
The Joshua Tree weekend includes multiple on-location styled shoots with models in the middle of this dramatic desert landscape. Learn the basics posing, lighting and composition in restrictive outdoor conditions. We will be shooting with models throughout the workshop with a range of locations and lighting set ups.
- Assessing the lighting conditions and adjustments for harsh lighting
- Utilizing multiple lighting sources
- Using off-camera flash, colored gels, and other techniques to enhance creativity
- Posing and working with models
- Capturing stars and night light painting
- We will meet at the hotel 10 am. then head to our exclusive area called Key Ranch.
- Early Dinner break
- Golden Hour Sunset Shoot
- Hidden Valley Model shoot with stars and light painting,
- Folklore Dancers Shoot on location
Camera & Tripod
Physical Expectation: Easy to Moderate. Outdoor clothing and hiking boots recommended, sunscreen & hat. The predicted temperature is suppose to be in the 80's. For updated weather information on Joshua Tree click here.
We will be staying at the Holiday Inn Express 29 Palms at a special rate of $94 per night. Code provided upon registration.
Hotel information and to make reservations:
Holiday Inn Express 29 Palms
72535 Twentynine Palms Hwy
Twentynine Palms, California 92277
This workshop is designed for all levels. You will have two instructors to help and teach, and you will be surrounded by fellow students who share the same passion as you.
Sign up early as this is workshop has very limited space and is expected to sell out! For more information or if you have any questions, please give us a call or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quoted by Scott Robert:
On location photography is a completely different challenge and requires a whole new skill set. Everything is unpredictable and you have to work in less than perfect conditions. It is VERY difficult. To shoot at the next level the photographer has to be skilled on composition and learn how to pose and light in limited and restrictive conditions, having to maximize the most basic lighting tools to be mobile and flexible.
This is what I love, the extreme challenge to pull off an amazing shot with rudimentary lighting in the most unpredictable situations-wind, rain darkness, extreme bright light, working in heat, avoiding tourists, limited angles, composition and posing challenges.