High Cascade’s Photo Workshop was at it again this year, looking more promising than ever. Under the teachings of veteran photographers Trevor Graves, Tim Zimmerman, Kari Rowe, and TWS Seniors Christy Chaloux and Andy Wright, students are taught the ins and outs of snowboarding photography. From simple composition and lighting setups to how to manage and sell your photographs in the industry. Big props to NEMO HQ for donating time, computers, and classroom materials to make this workshop a success. To anyone considering attending the Photo Workshop, it’s worth every penny you spend. Or you might be lucky and talented enough like Connor Dudgeon is, and can win your way to the workshop. Some of Connor’s photos are included in a slide at the end of the post.
Enjoy and hope to see you next year!
One-on-one helpful tips from Tim Zimmerman and Christy Chaloux.
One of the best ways to learn how to shoot this sport. P.S.: Last year, we didn't have couches. Feel lucky, students.
On- hill learning is the way to go. Just watch out for any riders who might land on you.
Epic shots of epic photogs capturing all that is epic with their cameras.
Time to get comfortable laying in the snow.
Who knew these photogs would be such good models?
Classic black and white with some rad depth a field. PHOTO: Connor Dudgeon
TWS Senior Photographers: Andy Wright pointing kids in the right direction and Tim Zimmerman shows them how to hike with strobe equipment. Get ready for the night shoot!
Hood's backdrop of green hills completes the summer scene. PHOTO: Connor Dudgeon
Check out that gear. No wonder they're smiling.
For more information on NEMO HQ, High Cascade Snowboard Camp, and some of the sponsors of the HCSC Photo Workshop visit these links:
High Cascade Snowboard Camp
Clutch Camera & Lighting
Can't leave without a silhouette shot.