Join Scott Trees for Unique Sights & Experiences of a Lifetime in Mongolia!
July 29 - August 9, 2019
Spend 12 days/11 nights on a scenic journey and personal experience through Mongolia. Explore the Khustaiin Nuruu Strictly Protected Area which was established to reintroduce the last survivors of the almost extinct Przewalski’s horses back to their natural environment. Capture images of these horses as they freely roam and interact with each other. View natural wonders in the Gobi Desert’s Three Beauties Nature Reserve, sand dunes, spectacular clear night views without any light pollution, the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and the Flaming Cliffs of red sandstone. Attend the Annual Horse Festival and the “Journey of the 99 Little Heroes” festival dedicated to Mongolian culture through the eyes of children, including wrestling, horse racing, and archery performed by children. Spend an entire day with a nomadic family to gain insight into their daily lives and ancient traditions. Experience their unique lifestyle, nearly unchanged for hundreds of years. Several nights will be spent in traditional “ger camps” to enhance the experience and a few nights will be spent in hotels.
Throughout each location participants can take advantage of Scott’s vast photographic experience as he makes suggestions relating to lens choice, lighting, and a variety of other photographic considerations in an effort to help participants return with stunning personal images from their experiences.
This workshop is open to photographers of all skill levels and is limited to a maximum of 7 participants to ensure Scott has ample one-on-one with each participant.
Spend 14 days and nights immersed in the Indian culture of Rajasthan with International Photographer Scott Trees as he leads participants through a visually stunning journey! Photography experiences will include: Marwari horses; the Annual Pushkar Camel Fair & Carnival featuring 50K+ camels as well as other entertainers; the culture and trades of locals; historic architecture including forts, palatial mansions, and courtyards; and the beautiful natural landscape.
Throughout each location participants can take advantage of his vast photographic experience as he makes suggestions relating to lens choices, lighting, and a variety of other photographic considerations in an effort to help participants return with stunning personal images from their experience.
This workshop is open to photographers of all skill levels. This workshop is limited to 7 participants.
In association with the Asharqia Arabian Horse Festival, this workshop is going to be a combination of one full day of classroom teaching, followed by two days location shooting at historical sites made available by the department of tourism, and a final day of classroom instruction for Photoshop and Lightroom techniques. Selected student photos will then be entered into a photo contest for the Asharquia Arabian Horse Festival. This workshop is sold out.