Photography Workshops

  • Great Smokie Mountains
    Moorman's River Overlook, photo courtesy National Park Service

256 SOG Photography Workshops focus on the art of creating the photo. We’ll start with discussing how to develop a Vision through Intent, capturing the image by thinking about the process and trying to previsualize the outcome, and working in post processing to sculpt the raw image into a piece of art. If you want to take your photography to the next level, a 256 SOG workshop is for you. A private workshop is two days. It includes a day in the field getting to understand what Vision is and is not.  How Intent frees us from an unending and unsatisfying Vision Quest and how to best capture the image. Then we’ll spend part of a day behind the computer processing a portion of your work.


Guided Photo Tours

Charles Lupica is an international award winning photographer, writer, and workshop leader. Charles has lived in most parts of the US, GUAM, and spent 15 years in Switzerland.  He recently returned to the Pacific Northwest and makes his home in Redmond Washington.

If you have a tour in mind that’s not listed, we can tailor a tour to locations that you would like visit. Charles can craft a tour to meet your needs. Private one-day tours / workshops starting at just $750. Multiple day tours are possible.

Contact Charles via 256SOG for more information.

Private workshops

A private workshop is two days. It includes a day in the field getting to understand what Vision is and is not.  How Intent frees us from an unending and unsatisfying Vision Quest and how to best capture the image. Then we’ll spend part of a day behind the computer processing a portion of your work.

2015 Workshops

Tiptoe through the tulips 18 – 19 April, 2015.
Set in the colorful tulip fields of north western Washington. This two day workshop is a delight for the visual senses. More info… 

Columbia River Gorge

Mt Rainier National Park

Seattle

Olympic National Park

North Cascades National Park

Maine coast

Outer Banks

Shenandoah Valley

Jekyll Island Photography retreat

 

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