We are excited to announce a very special workshop with guest instructor Royce Howland that is all about HDR photography highlighting special access to a huge, historic coal mining site and the virgin canyons of the Bighorn Wildland. This HDR workshop gives photographers rare and special access to Nordegg’s unique non-operational coal mining plant at the Brazeau Collieries. No need to be rushed along by tour guides: you’ll have a day and a half to explore one of the most intact charcoal briquette mines in North America. The Brazeau Collieries is a photographer’s dream jam-packed with intriguing artifacts, dilapidated buildings and the skeletal remains of equipment and vehicles rusting away in a lonely, industrial boneyard. As well, we’ll visit the lesser known canyons and secret spots of the Kootenay Plains and Abraham Lake to practice our refined HDR techniques. This workshop is a structured learning opportunity with a combination of classroom time and plenty of practice time in fantastic field locations. Come and join us May 28 – June 1 2014 for this unique and fun photo workshop! To learn more simply click here.
Early booking bonus! Anyone who signs up for this workshop by January 31st, 2014 will receive the entire oopoomoo eBook library on CD at the workshop! That’s 19 eBooks and a total value of $195.00 — an incredible collection! (Read the small print: this bonus can only be collected upon attendance at the workshop and is limited to those eBooks published by oopoomoo at the date of this post.)