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Death Valley Dramatic Landscapes with Erin Babnik - SOLD OUT!

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Death Valley Dramatic Landscapes with Erin Babnik - SOLD OUT!

Presented by: Erin Babnik

Presented by: Erin Babnik


Join Erin Babnik for an immersive photography workshop in one of the most unique landscapes in the world. Using the Furnace Creek area of Death Valley National Park as our base, we will explore the wealth of photogenic options for landscape photography that are available within short drives and short hikes.  

From rippled sand dunes to colorful badlands and otherworldly salt flats, we will have a variety of incredible opportunities for translating spectacular scenes of nature into compelling photographs. Erin will guide you through the entire process with dedicated instruction on all aspects of the art of landscape photography. 

• Expert instruction in the field and classroom from Erin Babnik and support from the

Canon Live Learning Team.

• You will have the opportunity to learn and

experiment with the latest Canon gear: L-Series lenses, and Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, EOS 5D Mark IV, EOS 6D Mark II, and EOS R bodies

• 1-2 Professional Prints of your work to take home from a Canon Professional Inkjet


Canon EOS 5D IV, EF 11-24mm f/4L USM, EF 24-70mm 2.8/L II USM and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM, Canon’s TC-80N3 or RS-80N3

• Your favorite camera and backup camera if you have one

• We recommend bringing zoom lenses that range from 16mm to 400mm for distant landscapes, such as the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM, EF 24-70mm 2.8/L II USM and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM. Please keep in mind that gear loans are included as part of the workshop fee and will provide the opportunity to experiment with the latest Canon gear

• Plenty of charged battery packs and memory cards

• A sturdy tripod (highly recommended)

• Camera backpack to carry photography equipment and accessories

• Polarizing filters (recommended) and Neutral Density filters (optional)

• Depending on camera, a shutter release is recommended such as Canon’s TC-80N3 or RS-80N3

• A laptop computer for downloading images, backup hard drive and USB flash drive

• Bring layers of clothing; Weather can be highly variable from early morning to noon. Mornings can be in the 40’s and day time temperatures can climb into the 70’s

• Sturdy, water resistant shoes are suggested for walking in sand, mud and rocky areas

Shoot Side-By-Side With The Pros:

You’ll be alongside like-minded photography pros, ready to answer any question – and provide expert advice on how to bring your visions to life, how to maximize your camera’s functions and get creative with lenses.

Smaller Is Better:

In this intimate setting, you’ll have easy access to instructors as well as the Canon Live Learning support staff. You’ll have all the attention you need to further develop your skills.

Get Hands-On With The Best Canon Gear:

You’ll not only shoot with the best instructors – you’ll shoot with the best gear! Workshop

attendees can access a range of Canon “dream gear,” including the latest EOS cameras and

lenses, with Canon instructors ready to offer their technical and creative assistance every step of the way.

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Skill Level
Beginner,Advanced Amateur,Amateur,Professional
Date & Time
February 26, 2020 -March 1, 2020
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The Oasis at Death Valley
Death Valley, California 92328
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