Photo Workshops

Kathy Adams Clark has been offering photography workshops for 16 years. These three to four day events are offered throughout the year. The emphasis is on teaching and learning new photography techniques in a fun environment. All skill levels are welcome unless otherwise noted.

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Texas Hill Country -- Birds

Photograph Texas birds in the comfort of three-person photo blinds on a private ranch in the Texas Hill Country. Different seasons yield different birds. Winter migrants plus resident birds. Spring to summer, hummingbirds galore and we'll have a multi-flash studio for your convenience.

Mornings are spent in the photo blinds followed by a break for lunch. We usually process images and talk photography before heading out into the blinds for the afternoon

Birds plus butterflies, flowers, ranch life, and the night sky.

$1500 covers lodgings, meals, and guide services. Transportation extra.

January 13-16, 2022 -- winter birds and migrants

February 24-27, 2022 -- winter birds and migrants

September 1-4, 2022 -- Hummingbirds

November 17-20, 2022 -- Fall colors and birds

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Big Bend National Park

Kathy Adams Clark has been leading photo workshops in Big Bend National Park for over 13 years. She wrote the popular book Photographing Big Bend National Park.

Kathy has the necessary permit to offer this workshop in the park.

We'll also photography the night sky, star trails, and the Milky Way at night. Then desert landscapes, birds, and macro subjects during the day. Maybe we'll get a lightning show.

August 19-23, 2022

$1,000 with transportation, lodging, meals, and park fees extra. Lodging inside the park for your comfort and convenience.

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Creative Photography Retreat

Retreat to historic Galveston, Texas, with Kathy Adams Clark to explore and grow your creative side.

The weekend will revolve around a series of exercises, discussions, and critiques. Participants will work on several projects designed to stimulate the creative process. They will process their photos and then present them to the group.

Discussions led by Kathy will help explore the individual creative style.

This is a chance to watch and share as photographers create abstract images, realistic images, or photos that tell a story. This is an opportunity to watch and learn from others about capturing, processing, and presenting photos. No competition -- just sharing and learning.

Lodging in a historic mansion. Private bedrooms each with a private bathroom. King and twin beds available.

November 8-11, 2020 -- full

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Comments From Participants

That time at Block Creek with you and Jays is still my very favorite workshop experience. You are not only a great teacher, you are just a fun person to spend time with. I really enjoy being with you.

I had a blast and can't wait to do more trips.

We really enjoyed the trip. You were helpful with all things photographic, both shooting and processing. If anything, I probably should have asked for more help. Additionally, your insights into flora and fauna were especially appreciated.

It was awesome to be with Kathy Adams Clark, and others at Block Creek Natural Area on this adventure -- to see so many wonderful birds and have an expert photography instructor help up learn, improve, and capture amazing images.

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What You Can Expect

  • You can expect me to be prepared.
  • I'll stick to the published schedule. If we need to change the schedule, I'll let you know.
  • Working knowledge of most Canons, Nikons, Sonys, Pentax, and mirrorless cameras.
  • I'll photograph but will keep an eye on you to see if you need help.
  • I'll leave you alone when you want to be left alone to create your own photographs.
  • Laughter
  • Good food or at least we'll say it's good.
  • Potty breaks.