What You’ll Learn
Join us for a unique photography workshop at the Rambler Ranch in Elizabeth CO. This collection consists of over 200 vehicles and an array of displays including a vintage Sinclair filling station, a 1960’s home replica, a vintage diner, and a scrap yard full of cars.
The day will start by photographing in the scrap yard, where the cars are weathered, old, rusty, and have a lot of character allowing for creative images. Weather permitting we will have the opportunity to photograph a Rolls Royce, Bentley, and McLaren outside.
The owner, Terry, will provide a personal tour of the property highlighting the unique items and history of the collection. There are four concept cars including the Pininfarina. There is also a display of Kelvinator appliances. There is even a collection of early Kodak cameras.
The macro photography opportunities are endless. Hood ornaments, grills, logos, appliances, and collectibles are just a few items that can be photographed up close.
We will conclude the workshop a week later with a Coffee and Critique morning at the Park Meadows store.
What You’ll Learn
While this event is a Meet-up opportunity for photographers our Mike’s Camera staff will be on hand to help you perfect your photography. These are some of the areas that they will provide guidance on:
Date & Time & Location
Saturday October 20th 8.00AM- 2.00PM(We will break for lunch, please provide your own food)
Rambler Ranch, 36370 Forest Trail, Elizabeth CO 80107 (Map)
(27 miles from our Park Meadows store)
Coffee and Critique
Saturday October 27th 9.30AM – 11.30AM
Mike’s Camera, Park Meadows
$99, Plus Eventbrite processing fee
You are welcome to pay in store to avoid the Eventbrite fee.
What to Bring
Camera(s) with an extra memory and extra battery
Variety of lenses – wide angle and macro
Tripod – shutter release
Flash, diffuser, reflector
Focus Rail – for those up close shots
Bring your lunch and Water
Mike’s Camera instructors will be available to answer your photography questions and demonstrate techniques that will produce the ideal image.