I’m pleased to announce that I’ve teamed up with Deborah Sandidge to develop a series of urban-oriented creative photography workshops that we’re calling “Digital Underground.” In these workshops, we’ll explore interesting locations with an emphasis on creative techniques and twilight/evening shooting. We’ll take a fresh approach to popular locations using long exposures, HDR, monochrome, infrared, and other creative digital techniques. We will also explore each location to include both popular and lesser-known shooting spots.
The best part of these workshops is that we’re deliberately keeping them small; ten photographers is the limit. That means you’ll get lots of personal attention from both myself and Deborah in the field, and we’ll be personally reviewing each photographer’s images during and after the workshop.
To kick off our 2014 series, we’ve chosen a really dynamic location: fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada! We’ve created a tremendous itinerary exploring not only the lights of the Las Vegas strip, but also some other cool locations like a ghost town and a private night photography session at the Neon Museum Boneyard.
Join Jason Odell and Deborah Sandidge for Digital Underground: Las Vegas
April 10-13, 2014
Sunset over Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, CO
I want to wish all my followers here in the USA a very happy Thanksgiving! I’m thankful that I’m able to share my photography and knowledge with everyone around the world.
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As someone who does a lot of outdoor/landscape photography, great locations are important to me. Being in a photogenic location is a wonderful way to experience the outdoors. However, when you photograph a location can be just as important as where you are. The “when” of photography occurs on multiple scales. Within a day, within a year, and even across years. Consider one of my favorite locations to photograph, the South Dakota Badlands.
If you visit the Badlands like most tourists, you’ll arrive at a nice time during the summer after you’ve had your morning coffee. By this time of day, the sun is nearly overhead, and you’ll get photographs like this one:
Door Trail in the Badlands, as most tourists see it… well after sunrise.