Trans-Pecos Photography Workshop
June 2-6, 2010
The A.S. Gage Ranch is one of Texas' best kept secrets. Founded in 1885, it has rarely been opened to outsiders, but while you're here, think of it as your own private photography preserve! Guided access to its more than 200,000 sprawling acres gives you the perfect opportunity to tune your inner eye and practice the techniques that are guaranteed to improve your knowledge of photography and Photoshop.
The ranch abounds in wildlife, history, and spectacular scenery. The mountain and canyon vistas are the best West Texas has to offer! From antelope, elk and hawk to prehistoric Indian pictographs, to traces of the old Commanche Trail, you'll be photographing the real history of the old west. This ain't no dude ranch!
Your accommodations will be the rustic but comfortable main ranch house with couples and dormitory style rooms. With all the things to see and photograph, you'll really work up an appetite. Our hearty southwest meals, prepared on site, are sure to satisfy. (Just let us know if you have any special dietary requirements. We're happy to accommodate you.)
Your instructor Ansen Seale is an artist and professional photographer based in San Antonio, Texas. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Copenhagen, Buenos Aires, and the Canary Islands.
Seale's experience as a university photography instructor, lecturer and workshop clinician gives him the skills to guide you in exploring and creating your own personal vision. His 20 years of Photoshop experience and his real-world knowledge of digital image making will give you valuable, up-to-date skills. And his energetic, yet easy-going teaching style will make your learning experience enjoyable and memorable.
Your instruction will be personal and you can customize your experience to suit your needs and learning style.
For more information or to sign up, contact us here.
In the unlikely event that we have to cancel the workshop for some reason, you will receive a 100% refund.
Photo by Dennis Stacy