Craggy mountains, strange boulders, aspen-lined creeks. Volcanic craters, alpine lakes, and strange limestone towers. California's Eastern Sierra is a playground for the photographer, and there are few better times to visit than autumn. We'll start on the shores of Mono Lake, and work our way South over five days and four nights photographing locations as far south as the Alabama Hills in the shadow of California's tallest mountain, Mt. Whitney.
Many years ago, the Eastern Sierra were the home of my first efforts to hone my photography chops, and it is a delight to finally offer a workshop in an area I've desired to share with other photographers for so long.
Be sure to make lodging reservations sooner rather than later, if you are interested in going, please sign up (and make your hotel reservations) now! Tuition is $950, but discounted to $895 until May 30. A $100 deposit is required to reserve your space. Lodging, food, and transportation not included. To register and pay the deposit, click here and select the Eastern Sierra workshop, or call me direct at 408 439 2963.