When:
April 12, 2017 – April 21, 2017 all-day
2017-04-12T00:00:00-05:00
2017-04-22T00:00:00-05:00
Where:
Kokernot o6 Ranch
Fort Davis
TX 79734
USA
Contact:
Vicki LeBlanc
713-569-1366

Shooting West Texas
Photography Workshops

Information from www.shootingwesttexas.com/workshops

Spring Works 2017
– Shooting West Texas Photography Workshop at the historic Kokernot o6 Ranch.

Space is limited to 10 attendees each day.  Wait list will have first opportunity.

 

April 12-21, 2017.  Pick and choose as many days as you like.

       1st workshop day = $750, each add-on workshop day is $300.

 

APRIL 12-21, 2017: (times are subject to change)

– 5:30AM – 3:00PM;  Breakfast and lunch with the cowboys from the 06 Ranch Cooks that

   prepare food from a chuck wagon and on an open fire.  Photograph working cowboys, cattle

   and horses.  Photographers will travel in trucks throughout the ranch and canyons.

– 3:00PM; head back to hotel.  (If you need to get back sooner, arrangements can be made)

The first day of your workshop will include a Photoshop techniques demo class that can improve your photos.   Dinner to follow.   Starting at 5:00PM.

APRIL 13 & 20, 2017 – $125ea  Night photography class offered at the Ft. Davis Historical Site.

Add-on workshop days $300 each (must pay 1st day workshop fee of $750 to qualify for add-on days)

Workshop is produced by Vicki LeBlanc and supported by Nikon, ThinkTank, Mpix and Houston Camera Exchange.

For reservations send email to vicki@vickileblanc.com or call 713-569-1366.

Non-photographer companion can be arranged, fee will apply.

The Kokernot o6 Ranch is one of the largest ranches, covering 2 of the largest counties, in Texas.  Founded in 1912, this ranch is worked the same as they did 100+ years ago with cowboys rounding up and working cattle on horseback.  The o6 Ranch is some of the most beautiful land you will see with its deep canyons and tall mountains.

This is a private ranch and family owned.  As an attendee of the Shooting West Texas Photography Workshop you can be one of the few that get to experience and photograph the West from once upon a time.