Caddo Lake Fall Colors & Birds Workshop
November 2-3, 2019
Class size: 4
One of the most mysterious and unique places in the state of Texas, Caddo Lake offers endless cypress tree forests that during the fall season, glow a vibrant orange, red and yellow. Not only are the cypress trees stunning, they are often filled with a variety of wildlife from birds, alligators and more. During this workshop, we will set out for three hours of evening shooting and three hours of sunrise shooting via boat. If you’ve never experienced Caddo Lake, now’s your chance to see it at it’s prime!
What You Will Learn:
How to create compelling landscape compositions.
How to use your camera to its fullest capabilities.
An understanding for light and how to take advantage of it in all conditions.
How to pick your jaw up off the floor.
What You Will Need:
A DSLR camera body with a mid-zoom and telephoto lens.
A sturdy tripod which may or may not be used.
A desire to learn, have fun, be flexible, and explore nature!
What's Not Included:
Travel to Uncertain, Texas.
Transportation to shooting locations. We can figure out carpool options at the start of our workshop if you guys would like.
Meals and beverages.
My photography knowledge, 24 hours a day during the entire workshop.
Post production videos that will be sent out after the workshop.
Flat boat for exploring with Caddo Lake guide.
All park entrance fees.
Where are we staying?
We will base out of Marshall, Texas, which is about a 25 minute drive from Caddo Lake. This location allows for multiple hotel options, as well as food options. Our host hotel will be released in the welcome email.
Must be able to sit in a boat and take in awesome scenery.
Getting to Marshall:
Marshall is about a two-and-a-half hour drive from the DFW area.
When does the workshop start and wrap?
The workshop will begin with our meet and greet at 2PM on the 2nd and wrap at around 10:30am on the 3rd.