CalendarWorkshop leader David M. Cobb is a nature and wildlife photographer who has hiked and photographed throughout the world. A member of NANPA & the PPA, he is a regular contributor to a variety of gardening, lifestyle, nature, and travel publications as well as calendars, cards, books, brochures, and other printed materials. His most recent book "Quiet Beauty: Japanese Gardens of North America" won gold at the Independent Book Publishers Awards in the Home & Garden category.
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Best of the Northwest
Central Oregon Coast (with Chip Phillips)
(2 spots left)March 16-19, 2018 - $450
Photograph Oregon's scenic central coast's lighthouses, dramatic seascapes, old-growth forests, and marine life.
Columbia River Gorge (with Zack Schnepf)
(filled)April 27-30, 2018 - $450
We'll work on macro and landscape images of stunning wildflower fields, and also explore the many waterfalls in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge.
Gardens, Wildflowers, and Waterfalls
(filled)May 18-21, 2018 - $450
We'll lodge on the grounds of the Oregon Gardens, photograph the spectacular Silver Falls State Park, and visit the Iris Gardens. Prepare to learn how to photograph garden landscapes, macro flower photography, and impressionistic flower images. Lensbabies will be available for your practice with creative flower photography.
Absolutely Abstract (with Adrian Klein)
(filled)June 8-11, 2018 ($450) (filled)
I'm a firm believer that improving your ability to see abstracts in your photography improves all aspects of your photographic eye. This workshop based in and around the region of Astoria, Oregon will feature night photography and lab work.
The Palouse (with Kevin McNeal)
(filled)August 3-6, 2018 - $450
We'll be visiting the Palouse during harvest season - photographing some of the barns, landscapes, and the golden fields during the month of August.
Columbia River Plateau (with Zack Schnepf)
(filled)October 26-29, 2018 - $450
We'll visit the high country along the rim of the Columbia Plateau during the fall season. Visiting and photographing some of the fall color in the valley, the surrounding peaks, and some of the abandoned buildings along the plateau.
Best of the Rest
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