Photographing winter landscapes can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding types of photography. Whether you are shooting a wide landscape or a single snowflake, less than ideal conditions can challenge even the most experienced photographer. The workshop’s main purpose is to learn how to make a great photograph in less than ideal conditions and to learn how to make something out of nothing.

The workshop will  be in the Tejon Pass, California.

Most people drive through the area on Interstate 5 as fast as possible trying to get north or south. However, the scenery in the area is outstanding and includes the Tejon Ranch preserve.

We will meet in Frazier Park, CA. at 10AM. I will contact you with the exact location. We will try to carpool if possible either from Los Angeles or once we meet in Frazier Park.


The day will begin by discussing the topics above before heading out to shoot photos. We will be looking for winter scenery and shoot various scenes within the Tejon Pass area. Exact locations will be determined by the weather and light. Even in Southern California the weather can be wild in February. Especially at the 5,000 foot elevations.

The workshop will end after sunset about 6:30 PM.

PLEASE NOTE: Weather in the Southern California Mountains is unpredictable. It is possible that we will have snow on the ground but it is also possible that it will be a sunny day. Either way, we will make and create some wintertime images.

Here is a link to the ROAD CONDITIONS

THE WINTER LANDSCAPE - One Day Workshop In Southern California -   February 8, 2014  -  SOLD OUT

California Photography Workshops