Discover and photograph a truly unspoiled wilderness of mountains, fjords, glaciers, forests, and steppes. We’ll be visiting both the Argentinian and Chilean sides of this amazing mountain region, with some of the most dramatic mountains in the world towering over glaciated lakes and rolling grassy foothills. This workshop will be lead by Randy Hanna and our amazing local guide Cecilia Costa, who will give you the best local cultural information and photographic guiding. This workshop will give you a feel for the unique alpine environments south of the equator that have remained the same for thousands of years. We’ll be photographing in some of the most dramatic locations within the Los Glaciares and Torres del Paine National Parks. April is the fall season in the southern hemisphere and we have timed this workshop to give you opportunities to photograph the foliage changing to colorful warm hues. Be prepared to get close to the glaciers and walk through rolling foothills, photograph waterfalls, and reflecting lakes surrounded by towering granite spires.
Lean how to improve your landscape photography as well as local geology, flora, and fauna. I'll will be teaching camera techniques such as long exposures, focus stacking, exposure bracketing (both manual and automatic), and using various lenses to photograph creative compositions by stitching multiple exposures together. You’ll have time to work on improving your post processing skills, helping you learn to pre-visulize with the final image in mind. With so many dramatic landscapes, you will be captivated all day—and even during the night—when we get the chance to photograph these amazing mountains bathed in stars!