INDIAN COVE CAMPGROUND

REGISTRATION CLOSES FRIDAY, OCT 6 AT MIDNIGHT

location

 Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

TRAVEL DATES

Friday, Oct 20 to Sunday, Oct 22

INSTRUCTOR

RIZZHEL MAE JAVIER

DONATION

$150

PHOTO EXPERIENCE

Intermediate.  It is helpful for the participant to know Manual Camera Operation.

Joshua Tree is the most popular of our Traveling Tintype sites because it offers a change in landscape that is somewhat unreal for the short driving time.  Join us for this special tintype trip that will combine the use of 4x5 view cameras, modified film backs for various tintype sizes and different colored tin for the new and contemporary tintype.  This workshop will also include optional morning mindfulness exercises for the Traveling Tintyper that needs helps relaxing!

 

YOUR DONATION WILL FUND

  • Campsite Reservations -  2 days/nights
  • Parking (carpooling mandatory)
  • Dinner (each night)
  • 10 hours of instruction
  • 6 Tintype Images (various sizes)
  • BRIDGE program development
 

THE WORKSHOP

FRIDAY, OCT 20

3-5PM - Camp Arrivals

5PM - Introductions

6PM - Dinner

SATURDAY, OCT 21

8AM - Workshop

12PM - Lunch

6PM - Dinner

SUNDAY, OCT 22

8AM - Workshop

12PM - Lunch

LOCATION

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Indian Cove Campground is surrounded by steep rock formations for which Joshua Tree National Park is known.  Because of its proximity to many rock climbing routes, its a popular camping location for climbers.

Campsites are nestled on a flat sandy surface between large boulders that tower in unique shapes over the campground and rise up from the otherwise uniform desert landscape.  The rocks were formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago and have been exposed and shaped by wind and water over time.  They brighten with soft pastels hues in the morning and evening sunlight and glow with campfire by night.