Wildlife & Photoshop
An all-day, hands-on workshop.
Learn the digital equivalent of the techniques used by Ansel Adams
that Weldon Lee employed to transform this photo into final image depicted above it.
2013 Dates: Sept 27, 28
2014 Dates:xSept 26, 27

2013 & 2014 Prices:x$95
Prices are in US Dollars and subject to increase.

Day 1 (Fri): Estes Park
Arrive in Estes Park, Colorado, no later than 5 PM, at which time we will gather for dinner. Afterwards, you’ll receive instruction and a briefing on what to expect the next day.

Days 2 (Sat): Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park
Sunrise will find you in Rocky Mountain National Park, immersed in the glory of fall colors, while images of bugling bull elk fill your viewfinder. Sometime around mid-morning, you will head into town where you will have the opportunity to feast on a breakfast of chicken fried steak, eggs, and grits, along with a generous helping of hot biscuits, and coffee at the Bighorn Restaurant, an eating establishment known for its good vittles  Afterwards, you will return to the hotel and begin your classroom session.

In the Classroom . . .
First on the agenda will be the task of downloading your images from the morning shoot and selecting the best for transformation in Photoshop.

Afterwards, your instructor will spend the afternoon demonstrating the various Photoshop techniques that he incorporates in transforming his images. You will follow along, using Photoshop and the same techniques, on your laptop.

The techniques demonstrated by your instructor will be projected, real-time, onto a large projection screen via digital projector in order that everyone may easily see what he is doing, as he demonstrates and explains each step, stopping to answer questions as the work progresses.

Your classroom session, and the workshop, will end between 4 and 5 PM.

In order to receive the most from your workshop,
it is recommended that you bring a digital camera
 and a laptop computer with Photoshop installed.

Weldon Lee & Lori Huff
This itinerary is meant as a guide.
Weather conditions will dictate when, and if, we visit certain locations.
Weldon Lee's Rocky Mountain Photo Adventures
is authorized by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior,
to conduct photography workshops in Rocky Mountain National Park.
You have to EXPERIENCE IT . . .