Big Bend Photo Classics – October 2019

$499.00

October 3rd-6th, 2019
Terlingua, TX

Precision Camera is teaming up with professional landscape photographer Mandy Lea to offer an adventurous workshop capturing the stunning scenery of the Big Bend region of West Texas. Mandy will guide you to beautiful locations throughout Big Bend National Park; including classic views of the Chisos Basin, Santa Elena Canyon, and the Rio Grande River. If that’s not enough, you will also get the opportunity to explore other photogenic areas nearby, like the Terlingua Ghost Town and Big Bend Ranch State Park.

Feel like adding a little more excitement to your trip to Big Bend? Then join our Big Bend Adventure Days Fall Workshop immediately following the Photo Classics. During these extra days we’ll journey to a few shooting locations that are a little harder to reach. Your effort will be rewarded with amazing views that not all park visitors get to see. We’ll even head south of the border to the small town of Boquillas, Mexico!

Registration now open!

Mandy Lea Photo is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service.

Mandy Lea Photo is an authorized permittee of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. 

Description

October 3rd-6th, 2019
Terlingua, TX

Mandy Lea Photo is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service.

Mandy Lea Photo is an authorized permittee of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. 

The Big Bend area of West Texas is known for fascinating geology, diverse biology, and vast open spaces. Rugged peaks, chiseled canyons, unique desert plant life, and the darkest of dark skies make this region a rare gem for photographers of all levels. Combine all of this with the unique culture that results from the area’s proximity to Mexico and it’s hard not to fall in love!

Precision Camera is teaming up with professional landscape photographer Mandy Lea to offer an adventurous workshop capturing the stunning scenery of the Big Bend region of West Texas. Mandy will guide you to beautiful locations throughout Big Bend National Park; including classic views of the Chisos Basin, Santa Elena Canyon, and the Rio Grande River. If that’s not enough, you will also get the opportunity to explore other photogenic areas nearby, like the Terlingua Ghost Town and Big Bend Ranch State Park!

Mandy utilizes significant time in the field to help you understand the basics of camera settings, composition, and lighting. We will end the workshop with a few hours in the classroom reviewing student’s images and discussing basic editing tips.

Feel like adding a little more excitement to your trip to Big Bend? Then join our Big Bend Adventure Days Fall Workshop immediately following the Photo Classics. During these extra days we’ll journey to a few shooting locations that are a little harder to reach. Your effort will be rewarded with amazing views that not all park visitors get to see. We’ll even head south of the border to the small town of Boquillas, Mexico!

The fee includes the workshop only. Transportation, lodging, park entry fees, food, and other miscellaneous expenses are not included. About a month before the workshop all registrants will receive an email with a rough itinerary and planning details.

Recommended Lodging
We recommend staying at the Big Bend Resort & Adventures in Terlingua. The workshop will explore both the National and State parks, which makes Terlingua a great central location. In addition to the motel, this location offers the option of RV/tent camping with electric and water hookups.

Big Bend Resort & Adventures
http://www.bigbendresort.com/
53623 TX-118
Terlingua TX 79852
(877) 386-4383

It is highly recommended to stay in or as close to Big Bend Resort & Adventures as possible to facilitate early departures for shooting sunrises.

Transportation
Transportation to/from Terlingua and during the workshop is the responsibility of each participant. During the workshop carpooling will be necessary due to limited parking at several of the shooting locations. We will do our best to help coordinate carpooling. There will also be a fee per vehicle for entering the National Park and per person for the State Park. National Park Passes and Texas State Parks Passes are accepted at each.

What to Bring​​​​​​​​​​

  • Camera
  • Lenses
  • Memory Cards & Readers
  • Batteries & Chargers
  • Tripod
  • Laptop (or note taking supplies)
  • Sturdy Shoes
  • Comfortable clothing (hiking boots, layers & rain gear)
  • Sunblock
  • Bug spray

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