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Old 02-20-2012, 05:40 PM
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Default Great Smoky Mountains Fall Color Workshop Oct 18-21, 2012

The temperature cools, the day grows shorter and Mother Nature prepares a wondrous display of color as a last gift before the monochromatic season of winter sets in. Come join us for this colorful display in the Great Smoky Mountains in the middle of peak of fall color. We will explore classic scenic images as well as creative endeavors of color in abstract form. Leading the way will be Bill Campbell, author and photographer of the much-acclaimed book, The Smoky Mountains Photographer’s Guide. Joining him will be Jamie Konarski Davidson of New Life Photos, a master of macro fine art. With the combination of such talent, you will not want to miss the fun offered on this workshop.

Friday and Saturday will be spent in a combination of shooting and instruction, to maximize the photo opportunities of each day. On Sunday, we will go out and shoot early morning light and wrap up before noon. Workshop is based atthe Talley Ho Inn in Townsend, TN (800.448.2465 or 865.448.2465). Be sure to tell them you are with Bill Campbell Photography workshop, To register, visit For more info, contact Jamie at or Bill at
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