Lassen Association to Host Summer Photography Workshops in Lassen Volcanic National Park
Contact: Darlene M. Koontz, (530) 595-4444, ext. 5101
Lassen Association will offer two digital photography workshops in Lassen Volcanic National Park with renowned photographer, Bob Grace. The park’s Manzanita Lake area will provide the scenic beauty for the first course scheduled July 9-11. The second workshop offered August 27- 29 will be in the Warner Valley and Drakesbad area.
Understanding composition and lighting, sunrise shoot including camera shooting techniques, Photoshop demonstrations, shooting and processing panoramas, and image review and critique are just a few techniques that will be offered during this course.
Following a thirty-year career as a California State Park Ranger, Bob Grace began working as a professional assignment photographer in 2000. His work has appeared in books, magazines, newspapers, and websites as well as in several prestigious exhibitions. During his years as a California State Park Ranger he developed his own personal sense of environmental place while gaining knowledge of local flora, fauna, and resource protection. He brings many levels of skill and experience photographing the natural and cultural world to his outdoor classroom.
Visit Bob's website at www.pbase.com/bgrace
Registration is open for ages 18 and up. Fees are $350.00 per course including pre-trip planning help, course registration, course materials, Park entrance fee and two and a half days of professional instruction. Participants are responsible for providing their personal SLR Digital Photography Camera and gear, food, lodging, and transportation.
Established in 1939, the Lassen Association is the nonprofit partner which supports and assists Lassen Volcanic National Park in research, interpretation, and conservation programs.
For more information on the Lassen Association and the digital photography workshops, visit www.lassenassociation.org or call (530) 595-3399.
For park information, contact the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, daily, 9:00 am to 5:00pm (530)595-4480 or visit our website www.nps.gov/lavo.
Did You Know?
On the evening of May 14, 1915, incandescant blocks of lava could be seen bouncing down the flanks of Lassen Peak from as far away as the town of Manton, 20 miles to the west.