Workshop in Montana!June 14, 2012 in Montana, Multimedia, travel, workshops
I am excited to announce a very small, intimate workshop I am doing in the pristine Centennial Valley of Southwest Montana, September 16-22, 2012. This enlightening week will guide you to take your passion for photography and make a difference in your life’s work. The week long workshop will focus on how to take strong still images and turn them into compelling stories that make a difference. With only 4-5 participants, this intimate environment will leave you with the tools to develop and sustain a long term project, generate ideas for funding, and discuss possible outlets for your images. You’ll ride the stunning Montana range, learn about the managing landscapes holistically for the triple bottom line ($, ecology/wildlife, and community) and capture the truly wild spirit of the west with working cowboys and ranch life to native wildlife and untouched environments. Classroom hours provide you the time to hear lectures, ask questions and learn not just how to create beautiful images but how to edit them into a cohesive, artful story. She will discuss how to find new opportunity with grant writing, working with NGO’s, creating multimedia slideshows, and producing gallery exhibits. Rest easy in the evenings, enjoy ranch gourmet cuisine, a soak in the hot tub, and comfy deluxe lodging. Native wildlife includes pronghorn antelope, raptors, trumpeter swans, elk, grizzly bears, coyotes, fox, and wolves. There’s a good chance you’ll see many if not all of these animals!
Dates and Pricing:
Arrive Sunday September 16th, departing Saturday September 22nd traveling through Idaho Falls.
Cost: $2900/person based on double occupancy, $500 single supplement. Prices do not include transportation, alcohol or gratuity. Learn more about us at www.jbarl.com or by calling us at (406) 596-0600.