CASTLE ROCKS STATE PARK OFFERS DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
ALMO (January 9, 2013) – The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation will be hosting a digital photography workshop at Castle Rocks State Park, May 3-5, and registrations are now being accepted. Renowned Idaho photographer Glenn Oakley will provide classroom and field instruction. Oakley’s clients have included Smithsonian, Outside, Men’s Journal, Time, and Sunset Magazine to name a few.
Castle Rocks and nearby City of Rocks provide superb landscapes and features for students to acquire and improve artistic skills. The workshop will include such hands-on topics as photography fundamentals, workflow, natural light, developing a personal style, business basics, and much more.
Participants will stay in the ranch bunkhouse, yurt, or campsite; and fee includes meals, lodging, transportation after arrival, and workshop instruction. Fee is $259, and the workshop is limited to 12 participants 18 years and older. For more information and to register, call Juanita Jones at 208-824-5916, or email Juanita_Jones@partner.nps.gov. Workshop information and registration forms may also be downloaded from http://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/.
Castle Rocks State Park is located in the Albion Mountains of Southern Cassia County (50 miles south of Burley) near the historic village of Almo. The park features grand scenery, granite spires, hiking, camping, climbing, horseback riding, photography, and exceptional birding. Internationally renowned City of Rocks National Reserve is also located here.