The Palouse is our country's vast wheat producing region in eastern Washington and western Idaho. It's one of North America's treasures, the beauty of which is often compared to Italy's Tuscany.
If you're a photographer who enjoys the challenge of landscape photography as well as the opportunity to photograph abandoned farms and retired farm equipment, this is a trip you owe yourself!
Photographed in the spring of 2014, this barn collapsed some time later that year. As sad as that is, there are many others waiting to be photographed. © Rad A. Drew
Join Sally Meyer Wolf and me, Rad A. Drew, for a creative photographic journey through this national treasure.
You'll learn new ways to use your iPhone and traditional camera while enjoying one of our country's – and the world's! – most beautiful regions.
Limited to 12 participants to allow for personalized attention
Photo and Learning Opportunities
- Sunrise/sunset captures
- HDR for iPhone and traditional cameras
- Creating great panoramas
- Photographing undulating fields with long lenses
- Shoot from the vantage point of Steptoe Butte
- Tapestry of colorful fields and expansive skies
- Truck and equipment graveyards
- Western Americana
- Barns, windmills, silos, and grain elevators
- Lush wheat, barley, garbanzo bean and canola fields