The Baton Rouge-based photographer C.C. Lockwood has set dates and locations for his spring 2011 photo workshops, including nature and wildlife photography-focused ones in Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin and the Tunica Hills Wildlife Management Area near St. Francisville.
The workshops will be held over three separate days, with lectures for each held on March 31 and critique sessions on April 19. The tuition for each is $290, including field trip, lecture, and critique sessions. They will focus on digital photography.
The field trips will include:
- An April 2 outing in the the Atchafalaya Basin, which will involve traveling through the wetlands by boat.
- An April 16 field trip in Tunica Hills, which will include a hike on various trails to an area filled with waterfalls.
Lockwood has dedicated his career to environmental photography, and has focused on areas including the Louisiana wetlands as well as the rugged countryside of the American West. He has been a recipient of the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award for conservation photography.
For more information on the workshops, you may call (225) 769-4766 or visit the photographer’s website.