June 15-19, 2022  Register now »

Rolling farmland of greens and yellows interspersed with gold and brown; barns, silos and other structures - old, historic and new; great sunrises and sunsets, puffy clouds, old cars and charming towns.

A favorite among landscape and fine art photographers, the Palouse area of southeastern Washington and western Idaho is all of the above and more.  Reminiscent of the rolling hills of Tuscany, you'll find your mind going to the basics  of line, shape, form, texture, color - light!  And, you can shoot everything from wide-angle to big glass so your 300mm to 500mm will be right at home.

Our home base will be in Pullman, home of Washington State University, which has a number of excellent restaurants that won't challenge your budget.

Joining George again will be photographer Terry Eggers who knows this area like no one else. Terry is a Washington native for whom the Palouse regions are as familiar as his own back yard. Terry and his wife Julie have traveled and photographed in and around the region for over thirty years.  They live only two hours away and are in the Palouse region quite frequently.  With Terry,  I've shot places known only to a few.  See more about Terry at "About Us".

maximum participants: 12

Instructors: Terry Eggers, George Theodore

Closest major airport: Spokane (78 miles)

Holiday Inn Express
Pullman WA
(509) 334-4437
Group Rate: $119

tuition:  $1200