Fall Retreat 

 November 2018

 

Harvest time.  You are having a productive year, still in the midst of shooting and editing.  Take a step back and gather all your energy to tighten your focus and process all you've done.  Please inquire about exact dates and costs.

 

 
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SCHEDULE

Day One- Afternoon Arrival

  • Welcome dinner around a warm fire.

Day Two

  • Early morning warm up and meditation.

  • Breakfast.

  • A strenuous but rewarding hike

  • Lunch at remote lake.

  • Moving meditation.

  • Photo shed: Presenting and analyzing work.

  • Dinner.

  • Campfire or Photoshed: Recap of the days experience and setting goal for next day.

Day Three

  • Early morning warm up and meditation.

  • Breakfast.

  • Hike with photo assignment.

  • Lunch

  • Photo shed: Analyzing and discussing of assignment work.

  • Dinner.

  • Campfire or Photoshed: Recap of the day's experience

Day Four

  • Early morning warm up and meditation.

  • Breakfast.

  • Final review of work

  • Closing lunch

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The retreat program starts at 6am and ends at 8pm (except first and last day).  All meals are included.  Participants arrange their own accommodation (we can help with local Inns).  However, all are invited to stay in the communal tipis or the private expedition tents at no additional cost.  Please let us know what your plans are.

 

 

FAQ

 

 

What to pack

Clothing, etc.

  1. Hiking boots/shoes
  2. Comfortable, durable pants
  3. Wool/fleece sweater
  4. Hat, gloves, scarf (nights)
  5. 3 pair of wool socks
  6. Under wear/base layer (3 days)
  7. Shell Jacket, water proof (or additional rain poncho)
  8. Light down/fleece jacket
  9. Sleeping bag
  10. Wash kit

Gear

  1. camera, extra batteries (limited charging capabilities)
  2. laptop (not required but ok to bring)
  3. photo gear that is specific to your style (tripod, flash, etc.)

Photo Edits

  1.  10 images* that represent your most successful work (by your definition).
  2.  10 images* of strictly personal work that you would put in a time capsule.
  3.  10 images* of other photographers that influence your vision.

*inexpensive 8x10 print outs and digital files on memory stick or dropbox

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