Photographers Spring 3-Day Weekend Getaway
April 16-19, 2020
Sorry, this is SOLD OUT! Let us know if you’d like us to add another session this Spring!
Join us for this fun 3-day weekend photography retreat in the beautiful Texas Hill Country!
More Info About the Photographers Spring 3-Day Weekend Getaway:
- At beautiful Mo Ranch Retreat Center in the Texas Hill Country
- A fun 3-day weekend of photographing on this beautiful 500 acre ranch
- Arrive on a Thursday evening, depart on Sunday
- It’s a photographer’s paradise on the North Fork of the Guadalupe River with hiking trails and habitats including aquatic, riparian areas, grasslands, oak-juniper woodlands and limestone hills
- Don’t think of it as a workshop. Think of this as a fun photographers “retreat” to get away and just have fun exploring with other photographers.
- This place is beautiful and a perfect location to retreat from daily life.
- We’ll do a “photographers’ scavenger hunt” to put everyone on a search to photograph specific things
- Mo Ranch offers lodging in motel-style rooms with two full-size beds and a full bath
- Shared dining in their dining hall offering a wide variety of savory and fresh buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner options, prepared daily by their culinary staff who use only the freshest ingredients
- Explore the fascinating architecture of the many buildings and old chapel on the ranch
- Participants can capture images of wildlife and birds throughout the property and along the river
- The wildflowers at Mo-Ranch and the nearby Hill Country habitat include Bluebonnets, Wine Cups, Indian Paintbrushes, Indian Blanket, Antelope Horn Milkweed, Milk Vetch, Spiderwort, Texas Lantana, Drummond’s Phlox, Texas Groundsel, Texas Vervain, White Prickly Poppies, Pink Evening Primrose and many, many more
- Weather permitting, we will also try to capture some beautiful sunrise photos and for those willing to stay up late, we’ll show you how to create great images of the beautiful night sky and Milky Way
- Let’s have some fun with outdoor “light painting” techniques also!
- Try out some HDR photography techniques, if you want to learn that
- Attend/take the workshop with a photographer friend and you can share a room to reduce costs
- Bring along a non-photographer spouse/partner on the trip, and only pay a nominal added fee