Sedona 2018 Tom Bol Photo Workshops

Photo of Cathedral Rock by Brian Kennedy
Day 1 We started at Cathedral Rock at first light....then photographed Cathedral Rock from Crescent Moon Park in the evening. The reflection ponds were plentiful near the vortex.

Reflection Photo by Jean Lashelle

Sedona is the perfect place to photograph southwest plants like agave, prickly pear, ocotillo and cholla.

Photo of agave and spires by Katherine Miller Diehl

Photo by Jen Turk
Jen getting close with the macro lens
We traveled to Jerome, Arizona on Day 2 for a stop at the local Ghost Town and King Mine.
Steve.... a local character at the sawmill
Window Detail in Jerome by Suzy Onysko
Still life at Jerome by Maureen Ferry
Reflection detail by Brian Kennedy
Airport Mesa was our final stop for Day 2 with expansive views of Sedona and macro views of juniper berries.
Candy in action

Macro by Jean LaShelle

Day 3 Schnebly Road and the Chapel of the Holy Cross were our destination. We worked on "compression landscapes" and capturing the incredible dappled light on Sedona's spires.
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Brian waiting for saturated evening light in front of the chapel
Day 4 For our final morning we photographed first light at Courthouse and Bell Rocks. The cloudy skies cooperated with just enough cover to let in spectacular light.
Bonnie and Jean working the scene
Using Live View "auto focus and shoot" on the new Nikon D850 - perfect agave in front of Bell Rock
Agave image by Suzy O
Jean working with her tripod in front of Bell Rock
Our inspiring photography team from the Sedona Workshop 2018 - Tom Bol Photo Workshops

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Cree Bol Tom Bol Suzy Onysko Brian Kennedy Jean LaShelle Jen Turk Maureen Ferry Katherine Miller Diehl

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