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Kin Kletso | Active Light Photography adventure photography workshops 4-day Tracking the Anasazi tour -

Track the Chacoan Anasazi's northward migration in incomparable settings. You'll capture ground views of the largest great houses - Pueblo Bonito, Chetro Ketl, Pueblo Del Arroyo and Casa Chiquita, plus Casa Rinconada and the 1054 nova pictograph.

On day two, walk through Chaco's South Gap and ascend South Mesa. The trail winds gradually towards Kin Klizhin, a rare Great House ruin south of Chaco Wash. Finish with a high view of Casa Rinconada's Great Kiva aiming north to Pueblo Bonito and Pueblo New Alto.

On day three, discover keywords and a file structure in Lightroom that lets you actually find your pictures again. Get pro editing techniques for maximum impact with selective contrast, color, and perspective enhancements. In the later afternoon we'll explore Twin Angels outlier near Bloomfield.

The fourth day finds us at Salmon Ruin in the morning. I'll offer a mid-day critique of your best pictures. Then explore Aztec Ruin's restored Great Kiva in the afternoon.

Our base of operations will be the Best Western Territorial Inn & Suites in Bloomfield, NM.

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2017 Dates -
March 24

Tour & Instruction $1595 $1195 (taxes, lodging & meals not included)

Tour Includes -
  • Before-tour meeting for gear suggestions, directions, and expected conditions.
  • Recent archeological thinking on site history
  • Guiding to the best viewpoints for photography
  • Professional techniques and shooting suggestions
  • Professional critique of your best pictures
  • Suggestions for high-quality lodging and restaurants
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