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Mindful Photography Retreat in NC with Eve Turek

September 27 - September 29

$785

This 2 1/2 day immersive workshop takes place at Mountain Lens, a photographic retreat center in Hendersonville, NC and the surrounding Smokey Mountains. Crafting a Mindful Photographic Practice invites photographers of all skill levels to consider what photography means to them, what their deepest photographic aspirations and inspirations are, and how to translate their personal values and loves into meaningful images through both creative vision and technical choices.

Multiple field opportunities will begin on the Mountain Lens property’s 20 acres and will also include off-site excursions. Potential sites, depending on weather and light conditions, may include multiple nearby waterfalls, Carl Sandburg’s historic home (including red barns and pygmy goats), and scenic Blue Ridge overlooks at the edges of the day. Classroom time will include one-on-one hands-on instruction in Photoshop for novices and more in-depth gentle image critiques for those who need no PS assistance, with a view towards helping all participants recognize the strengths of their own and others’ work as all refine their personal styles.

Details

Start:
September 27
End:
September 29
Cost:
$785
Event Category:
Website:
www.evetureknaturephotography.com/workshops-and-presentations

Organizer

Eve Turek
Phone:
(252) 207-4274
Email:
evetureknaturephotography@gmail.com
Website:
www.evetureknaturephotography.zenfolio.com

Other

Region
USA - Southeast
USA States/Territories
North Carolina
How many NANPA brochures may we send you to hand out to attendees?
10

Location

Mountain Lens Retreat
Hendersonville, NC United States + Google Map

NANPA provides the above event calendar of privately-run Member Workshops/Tours as a NANPA member benefit. NANPA does not monitor or endorse such workshops or tours in any way.

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