Early Signup Discount Through: 8/31/2014
December 6-10, 2014
Badlands National Park – South Dakota
Registration for the 2014 Winter Badlands Photography Workshop with Rikk Flohr and Laurie Hernandez is officially open! Three-time Artist in Residence from Badlands National Park photographer, Rikk Flohr, and his team will be again offering a unique photography workshop this December in the Badlands.This is our fourth season of capturing the stunning scenery and amazing wildlife of Badlands in winter. We want you to join us!
If you’ve never experienced a National Park in Winter, this is a prime opportunity. We have the park pretty much to ourselves this time of year. The animals return to the areas near the roadways making prime photo ops much more likely. Last year we photographed Bobcats at close range, Bighorn sheep butting heads and massive Mule Deer. Who knows what will appear this year? Of course, there will be the iconic Badlands formations.
If you sign up for the workshop before August, 31, 2014, you can take an extra $50.00 off our already low pricing. In fact, we held last year’s pricing to make this workshop an affordable experience.
Take $50.00 Off!
Complete information can be found at the Badlands Photography Workshop website or you can request a Registration form here.
Rikk Flohr © 2014
The dates are finally set for 2013 for Rikk Flohr’s Badlands Photography Workshops. Come spend four nights photographing with us in the amazing Badlands National Park. This year’s workshop dates will be:
Spring: May 18-22, 2013
Winter: December 7-11, 2013
If you are looking for a photography workshop that features guides with intimate knowledge of the landscape and wildlife, practical and theoretical approaches to making beautiful images, an amazing natural backdrop all in the fun atmosphere of a summer camp for adults, then this is the workshop you are looking for.
Laurie Hernandez will return this year to instruct you in composition, guide you, and assist in field capture. We are also planning some augments to the workshop schedule to make things slightly different so if you’ve attended in the past you might want to consider coming back for a different experience. Of course, I will be there with my all-season experience gained through thousands of hours on the ground in the park to help you find the best images and fondest memories.
Complete information can be found at Badlands Workshop Website. Fair Warning: This workshop has so far sold out every time far in advance of the actual workshop date. We would encourage you to request registration information today.
Rikk Flohr © 2012
When anyone asks me my favorite Draw feature, I say, without hesitation: The PowerClip.
Zip over to the Holy Crop! blog and see what the Cropist has to say about the PowerClip tool as an image cropping godsend to the designing photographer.
Rikk Flohr © 2011
Jump over to the Holy Crop! blog for the last week’s Crop-a-day from my stay at Badlands National Park. Watch for two more weeks as (rural internet willing) I continue to post a crop a day.
Rikk Flohr © 2010
Well, Fleeting Glimpse readers, I have arrived at Badlands for another stay as Artist in Residence. In honor of my stay, I will be running (internet and time dependent) a series of crops over at the Holy Crop! blog. Each day, I will crop one image captured during my 21 days and post it with little fanfare. Head on over to the inaugural post here.
The Day Zero image is a picture snapped out the back door of my apartment. I arrived later than I would have liked due to very inclement weather and didn’t get to shoot much. But, lemonade results from lemons as they say.
Sunset though my back door
Step through the door and add some
flash to catch the airborne ice crystals
The final crop
Head over to Holy Crop! daily for the next three weeks to see what I crop out of this world!
Rikk Flohr © 2010
Jump to the Holy Crop! blog and catch the next issue of ShareCropping as we tackle Lyle Krahn’s Sunset over Flooded Fields.
Rikk Flohr – © 2010
A fresh Crop Shop is up at the Holy Crop! blog.
Find out how we dealt with close foliage, high wires, floods and fog to form this image and crop it strongly.
Read Sunrise of Vermillion here.
Rikk Flohr © 2010