Please join us for our new 2020 Arizona Ghost Towns photography workshop! Fred Newman and Lynn Radeka will be hosting this new photographic workshop, open to all photographers, traditional or digital, large or small format, of any experience level. Late March is usually an ideal time for exploring these abandoned places and historic towns in the desert of southern Arizona with daytime and evening temperatures being ideal. A unique American West experience for the ghost town and historic places afficianado or for the photographer desiring to improve his or her skills.
Ghost towns and photogenic towns such as Globe and Copper Hill, as well as a one day adventure into the southern New Mexico ghost towns of Shakespeare and Steins, will be destinations for us. The interesting and quirky town of Bisbee, followed by a visit to historic Tombstone, are also on our list. The workshop will end at the amazing wild west town of Gammon's Gulch - a perfectly preserved and privately owned movie set.
Motels and restaurants are available near all locations. This workshop will not require any long distance or strenuous hiking.
Please check back frequently for updates to our itinerary and feel free to email Lynn Radeka if you have suggestions on potential locations. Contact Lynn Radeka
This workshop is open to all photographers whether shooting large or small format black and white or color, film or digital! No photographer will be rushed regardless of his/her film format or digital format and experience level. We have seen too many workshop hosts rush the participants simply to run to the next destination.
Meals are not included. Please inquire about any special concerns or limitations.
The workshop flow will be largely determined by the needs and desires of the workshop participants, ensuring a very enjoyable experience for everyone.