MONO LAKE AND THE ANCIENT BRISTLECONE PINE FOREST
LOCATION Eastern Sierras, California
DATE July 15th - 19th, 2015
LIMIT sold out
ACTIVITY LEVEL Easy
DURATION 5 Days
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
Clear skies and amazing alien rock formations set the stage for dramatic photographic opportunities during the day and even more so at night around Mono Lake, California. This workshop will go over everything milky way including how to locate it all year round. The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest is also in our scopes as we drive high into the Eastern Sierras / White Mountains to photograph the oldest trees on the planet. This is where we can find the Great Basin Bristlecone Pine called "Methuselah" which is over 4,750 years old. You will also learn to master the best light painting techniques for still and timelapse photography in addition to the milky way and star trail photography. Get a hands-on experience with motion controlled timelapse photography at night! Post processing tips and techniques in Adobe Photoshop CS and Adobe Lightroom on the last morning of the workshop are also available.
A full forecast will be supplied 5-10 days before the departure. It will included weather forecasts and recommended gear and clothing. Weather is nice, but the mountains and could always be on the chilly side.
Lodging is not included in the photo tour. you can find places to stay near Mono Lake / Lee Vining, CA and Bishop, California. Transportation and meals are also not included in the workshop.
A non-refundable deposit of $600.00 is due to reserve your spot on the trip. The remaining balance of ($695.00) is due no later than June 1st, 2014. After June 1st, 2015, payment must be made in full.
Jeff Berkes Photography reserves the right to make changes to the schedule, dates if need be. We are not responsible for bad weather, delays or cancelations. We are also not responsible for lost or stolen items, injuries, sickness, death or damages to personal equipment and lost of personal travel expense. Failure to comply to park rules, regulations and will result in you being ejected from the workshop.
Jeff Berkes Photography