Haines City, FL, November 05, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Creek Ranch announces a luxury photography workshop for enthusiasts who are seeking a more unique way to master their craft. The workshop will be led by Carlton Ward Jr. and Joseph Gamble, two Nationally recognized and esteemed photographers.
Designed to bring attendees out of the rigors of everyday life and escape to a beautiful Ranch environment, the three-day workshop retreat will focus on developing basic skills and honing the craft of wildlife and location photography.
Participants will master skills such as composition and natural lighting for wildlife and landscapes and also work with strobe lighting for location portraits of Florida cowboys and ranch hands. After a full day of photographing in the field, participants share their day’s best shots, receive expert critiques and enjoy a five-star dinner prepared by the Creek Ranch executive chef.
Carlton Ward Jr. is an eighth generation Floridian from a pioneering ranching family. His photography and writing appear in a wide variety of publications, including Smithsonian, Popular Photography, GEO and Outdoor Photographer. His book “Florida Cowboys” was recently published by the University Press of Florida. His web site is www.cartlonward.com.
Joseph Gamble is the former chief photographer of the University of South Florida. His photography and writing appear in a wide variety of publications and web sites including CNN, ESPN, MSNBC, USA Today and Scuba Diving magazine. His web site is www.jcgamble.com.
For more information on the Creek Ranch Photography Workshop or to make reservation requests, contact Jim Black at email@example.com, or visit http://creekranch.net/photography-workshop
About Creek Ranch:
Creek Ranch affords a rare mixture of adventure and tranquility. Family owned and operated for over 49 years, it is now open to private groups who want a distinctive location for their event. Guests enjoy everything from driving 500-head of cattle with local cowboys, to watching more than 90 species of birds, to fishing, to skimming the surface of Lake Hatchineha on an airboat.