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Texas Photography Workshop at Lehmann Legacy Ranch

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Learn to take photos of real cowboys like this!

Want to learn how to photograph real cowboys and the ranching life from one of the best cowboy photographers in the world? You’re in luck, pardner!

Join us at Lehmann Legacy Ranch, a 650-acre working ranch, for a weekend long photo workshop this June as instructor Skeeter Hagler shows you how to take professional-grade photos of life on a working Texas ranch. You’ll even get a chance to take photos of a real kangaroo!

Kevin Vandivier from Texas Highways Magazine will be here to help out too, making this a truly unique experience to learn photography secrets and tips from industry professionals.

Dates and Location

The photography workshop will begin Friday, June 3 at 7 p.m., starting with a social and dinner at Carol’s Restaurant in Cat Spring, Texas. The social will end with a multimedia presentation to get you ready for the weekend workshop which includes two full days of shooting. There will even be a chuckwagon breakfast both mornings.

Click here for the full schedule and to register for the workshop.

And don’t forget to secure a room at BlissWood Bed & Breakfast for the ultimate Texas weekend getaway.

What you’ll learn at the photography workshop:

  • how to direct and photograph cowboys
  • basic lighting techniques for indoor and outdoor portraits
  • how to select a portrait location
  • digital darkroom secrets and skills
  • how to look at photos creatively
  • how to stand out from your competition

We expect the Texas ranch photography workshop to fill up quickly. So save your spot today.

Skeeter Hagler at Blisswood

Thursday, April 16th, 2009
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Wildflowers at Blisswood

Pulitzer Prizewinning Photojournalist Skeeter Hagler is coming to Blisswood this weekend, April 17 – 19, for a photojournalism workshop. The workshop kicks off Friday night with a delicious dinner at Carol’s at Cat Spring Restaurant, where Skeeter will offer opening remarks. Participants will learn what it is like to work as a real photojournalist and carry out an assignment from start to finish: through the shooting, editing, layout, criticism, and printing stages. Skeeter and his knowledgeable staff will work closely with workshop participants, guiding them on how to get the perfect shot, select a few photographs from the hundreds taken, and create a moving visual narrative. By the end of the workshop, students will have developed their eye and honed their skills as a photographer. They will also have a real feel for what it is like to work in the field.

Skeeter Hagler

Skeeter Hagler

Since the workshop is being held at Blisswood at Lehman Legacy Ranch, why not stay at premier Texas bed and breakfast Blisswood during the workshop? Set on 650 acres of lush Texas land, with many farmhouses and cabins scattered privately among the live oaks, it is the perfect spot to stay while you tap into your creativity. You are welcome to bring your own food and cook for yourself, or enjoy the award-winning cuisine at Carol’s at Cat Spring Restaurant, just down the road; the Almond Crusted Whitefish will undoubtedly inspire a great work of art.


At Lehmann Ranch, 1 hour west of Houston

13251 Newberg Rd.
Cat Spring, TX 78933

Email: Carol@BlissWood.net
Phone: 713-301-3235

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