Our good friend Hudson Henry is hosting a five-day photo workshop in Moab this November, and there are a couple of spots left:
There’s no place like Moab, Utah. This location has something for every photographic style and taste. In this small (10 person) workshop we’ll split time between exploring this epic location and honing your photographic skills and creative vision through classroom training, shooting, editing and critiques.
Moab has it all. Epic desert vistas with deep canyons and otherworldly rock formations, incredible trails for hiking and mountain-biking, bright starry nights with low light pollution, and it’s all within easy striking distance of this great little town with good food and friendly locals.
I’ve spent the past two springs in the Moab area, exploring Arches National Park and the Canyonlands’ Island in the Sky and Needles districts, and they are among the most beautiful places I’ve ever been, with stunning photo opportunities everywhere you turn. To spend an immersive workshop with Hudson—who has a natural, easy-going teaching style and is an amazing photographer to boot—is a fantastic opportunity to expand your photographic style and walk away with some amazing images. I’ll be joining Hudson on this adventure, and I can’t wait.
The course is $2,340, and runs from November 3-7; a workshop syllabus is available on Hudson’s site.