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Photographing Wright: A Photographic Journey with Andrew Pielage

May 1, 2020 – May 3, 2020
Taliesin West

Hone your photography skills at Taliesin West and explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence in Arizona with photographer Andrew Pielage. Learn advanced techniques in photography and more, including creative approaches to composition, Adobe Lightroom tools, and the challenges of light and shadow.

In this weekend-long photographic journey, explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence in Arizona at Taliesin West, Wright’s personal home and desert laboratory, the Arizona Biltmore Resort, and more. Local Arizona photographer Andrew Pielage will guide students in capturing the unique architectural and natural beauty of these historic sites. Discuss and practice creative approaches to composition, Adobe Lightroom tools, and the challenges of light and shadow in these unique architectural designs.

It is strongly recommended to have a basic understanding of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO as the focus will be not be on learning the basics of the camera but more advanced techniques.

Registration will close at 8 a.m. the Thursday prior to the workshop date. The workshop is subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment has not been met.

Session fees cover all materials and include a $50 non-refundable registration charge. You will receive an optional tour of the historic home. Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation members receive a 10% discount on the workshop. Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, and lunch on Saturday is provided. Must be 18+.

Requirements: Students must provide their own fully manual camera, tripod, and laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.

 

Dates & Times

Friday, May 1 — 4:30 – 8 p.m.

Saturday, May 2 — sunrise – sunset

Sunday, May 3 — sunrise – 1 p.m.

Times may vary according to sunrise and sunset times, as well as lighting conditions.

 

Session Fees Without Lodging

General — $350

Member — $315

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Session Fees With Lodging

General — $700

Member — $630

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