Twin Falls State Park Fall Photography Workshop
October 23, 24, & 25th, 2020
Twin Falls Resort State Park will host the annual Fall Photography Workshop on Oct 23, 24, & 25th 2020. Professional photographers Steve Shaluta, Steve Rotsch and park superintendent Scott Durham are the workshop instructors. If you’re an amateur photographer or a working pro, you will pick up lots of tips to increase your photo skills. The workshop is the perfect time to learn new skills and hone old ones, according to Scott Durham. Twin Falls 4,000 acres, complete with the park’s Pioneer Farm, create picture perfect settings for photography. There is always the possibility you’ll also capture photographs of the park’s flora and fauna. Past workshop’s have included discussions about various types of photography equipment and photo editing tools, composition, using natural light and flash photography, how to photograph people, action photography, scenic photography, digital imaging and file storage. Both Steve’s also have experience with aerial and drone photography. The classes are very fluid and participant’s questions and requests are always welcome. The workshop include lots of hands-on photography outings, including a popular night photography session when weather permits. If you have a specific interest or subject you’d like to learn, ask the instructors and they will make every effort to help. The Sunday morning session includes a critique of their student’s favorite photographs. Steve Shaluta retired from the West Virginia Department of Commerce after a 30-year illustrious and award-winning photography career. His photos have graced more than 350 magazine covers, tourism advertisements and newspaper and magazine articles. He author or co-author of twelve books, including the most recent, “Wild & Wonderful the Wildlife of West Virginia.” Steve now spends his time photographing wildlife between Florida and West Virginia. Steve Rotsch is an international award-winning photographer, including 1st place in Nikon’s American Mosaic Contest and who has been photographing the great outdoors for more than 40 years. He has worked as a forensic photographer, photojournalist, commercial photographer and has been a personal photographer to five West Virginia Governors. Steve has published seven books. You can find more information about the instructors on Facebook at “Steve and Steve Photography Workshops.” You can see their work at steveshaluta.com and stevenrotsch.com.
Packages will include lodging, lunch on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and all break refreshments throughout the workshop. Class enrollment is limited, please call 304-294-4000 for workshop pricing, accommodations and class details.