as a kind of human hair cosplay wig for black women, it is more light, soft and delicate and looks more transparent than normal lace, which can melt into our skin more perfectly, which makes the hairline more invisible and undetectable.

Monday August 8th

1:00-3:00 Check in…

3:30 Afternoon Session – Bruce S. Thompson Bighorns on the Edge

5:00 Dinner

6:00 Keynote PresentationThe role of the conservation photographer behind the lens

7:30 Live Music Entertainment

Tuesday August 9th

5:00 Photo Shoot – Brooks Lake (departure @ 5:30AM; breakfast bags need to be ready by 5AM)

Tentative National Bighorn Sheep Center Museum Stop

12:00 Lunch

2:30 Afternoon Session – Post-processing techniques i.e., Light room and Photoshop

5:00 Dinner

6:15 Photo Shoot – Torrey Rim Photo shoot (Smokey the horse and Sara)

9:30 Astronomy Presentation at with Tom Herrett (meet in Dining Hall) with optional night sky photo shoot following

Wednesday August 10th

5:00 Photo Shoot – Union Pass (departure @ 5:30AM; breakfast bags need to be ready by 5AM)

Tentative National Bighorn Sheep Center Museum Stop

12:00 Lunch

2:30 Afternoon Session – Portfolio Review (2 hours; 20 minutes per individual)

5:00 Dinner

6:15 Photo Shoot – Torrey Creek Waterfall Hike

Thursday August 11th

5:30 Optional Sunrise Photo shoot in Torrey Valley

8:00 Sit-down breakfast

9:00 -11:00 Photo Shoot – Mountain Man with Joe Brandl

12:00 Lunch

1:00 Educational Program TBD

2:30 Afternoon Session – Portfolio Reviews (2 hours; 20 minutes per individual)

5:00 Dinner

6:30 Photo Shoot – CM Ranch (departure)

Friday August 12th

8:00 Sit-down breakfast served

9:00 Photo Shoot – Ring Lake Ranch

12:00 Lunch

1:30 – 4:00 Afternoon Session – Presentations (10 minutes per person); 6 best images from week

5:00 Dinner

6:15 Photo Shoot – Rodeo depart

Saturday August 13th

8:00 sit down breakfast – Clean-up & Departure

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