The Taliesin buildings and rolling hills of the 800-acre estate will be the backdrop for a weekend of iconic architecture and photography. The workshop will begin with an evening tour of Wright’s home, including a meet and greet with the instructor. Begin your artistic exploration at sunrise, with time built in to take sunset photos as well.
Dive deeper into understanding changing light, how to properly scout a location and how to shoot architecture with any lens. The workshop will also include an introduction to the powerful editing software of Adobe Lightroom, and peer photo critiques.
You don’t have to be a pro but participants must be familiar with using Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. Participants must have a fully manual camera, tripod and a laptop with Adobe Lightroom preinstalled.
Attendees provide their own fully manual camera/lenses, tripod, flashlight or headlamp, and good walking shoes.
Friday: 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: 5:30 a.m.- 8 p.m. (light breakfast & lunch served)
Sunday: 5:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. (light breakfast & lunch served)
COVID-19 health and safety protocols meeting or exceeding local, state, and federal guidelines will be followed throughout the weekend. Masks covering the face and nose will be required for all participants and staff. Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the estate. Classroom instruction will now be held in the Hillside Drafting Studio, allowing for social distancing to be practiced in both interior and exterior spaces.
You must be symptom-free in order to participate.
Should a resurgence of COVID-19 make in-person gatherings once again unsafe, Taliesin Preservation reserves the right to cancel the event out of an abundance of caution. In the unfortunate event this occurs, guests will be notified in advance and offered a full refund to the original payment method.
Andrew Pielage’s roots are in landscape photography but now specializes in architecture and travel and has photographed more than eighty Frank Lloyd Wright sites throughout the United States. His work has beens published in books and magazines around the world, including National Geographic Traveler, Professional Photographer and Vanity Fair. He has also been featured online with Architectural Digest, Dwell, Curbed and Fortune.