Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park

Photographing the Hi-Desert

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PHOTOGRAPHING THE HI-DESERT w/ Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park
Grab your camera and put on your hiking boots for this intensive all-day photo workshop.

*The Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is the proud sponsor of this class.

Craig Fucile will guide the class in seeing the park’s natural beauty through the camera lens. The course will begin with early morning light at the Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, followed by a mid-morning instructional program at Black Rock Canyon Visitor Center. The afternoon session will relocate to a special “photographers only” session at Keys Ranch, focusing on how to capture the buildings and historic remnants at this remarkable homestead. Fucile will share tips on recording unique rock formations and vast views of the park. Participants are encouraged to bring a tripod with their camera(s).

About the Instructor: Craig Fucile, B.A., Physical Geography, currently teaches photography for the University of California, Riverside Extension. Fucile has also taught for UC Irvine Extension, UC Santa Cruz Extension, the University of La Verne, the Sierra Club, and Friends of Photography. A long-time instructor, Fucile has taught numerous photography workshops on western landscapes that he enjoys photographing, including: Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Eastern Mojave, Owens Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Anza-Borrego, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia. During Fall 2017, he was an artist in residence for Angeles National Forest/ San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. He received the Fall 2010 Instructor Excellence Award from UC Riverside Extension and the 2007 Distinguished Instructor Award from UC Irvine Extension.

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November 19, 2022 @ 07:30 AM to
05:00 PM
 

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