“Vegas is how God would do it if he had the money.” - Steve Wynn
The grand oasis in the desert known as Las Vegas is heaven on earth for the serious photographer for many reasons; incredible variety of subject matter, amazing street life, ”spectacular” architecture, and fantastic natural landscapes. And all are bathed equally in glorious desert light.
This five night/five day photography workshop will be defined by diversity. Street scenes on the Strip, the neon of Glitter Gulch at night, the infrastructure splendor of Hoover Dam, the exquisite landscape views of Valley of Fire, and Death Valley with it’s myriad of ghost towns; all are fodder for our lens. Discussions on photographic techniques and critiques on imagery are held daily.
The workshop leaders are Ken Ross and Jay Seldin, two photography instructors with combined experience of over 60 years. As accomplished practitioners and dedicated teachers they have chosen Las Vegas as a photographic destination in much the same way a photographer chooses a lens or a shutter speed. The city and its surroundings serve as the tool participants use to discover, explore, and nurture fresh modes of photographic expression.
Includes transportation to locations and entry fees. Housing and meals are additional.
Ken Ross: Ken Ross has been a photographer and educator for nearly 35 years. He has taught photography at all levels of instruction and...
Jay Seldin: Jay Seldin is a professional photographer, digital media artist, master digital printmaker, and Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom...