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Dwayne Leonard --- Hunewill Ranch Memories, Posting I've been meeting up with Dwayne these past two years at “Shooting the West” photo symposium and workshop in Winnemucca, NV. I was not only impressed with Dwayne's comprehensive knowledge of the medium and Photoshop/Lightroom in particular, but also came to appreciate a demeanor in him that demonstrated a quiet refinement of confidence and reserve. He suggested that I might consider enjoying the better part of a week in the Spring of 2017 attending his photo workshop at Hunewill Ranch near Bridgeport, CA. Spring is a great time to enjoy Alpine Sierra, so I signed up. Time spent during Dwayne's workshop was more-or-less divvied up between field trips, post production get-togethers for applications and critiques. Somedays, under the craggy, snow-capped brow of the Sierra headwall, we ambled about meadow, pasture and paddock photographing wranglers as well as horse, steer, bird and other critters. One day we tripped to Bodie, Mono Lake and beyond, in search of mustangs, all the while captivated by the desert's immutable minimalism . Prior to Dwayne's workshop, I had been procrastinatingly hesitant to commit learning curve time to night photography but, one evening, come sundown, Dwayne got me up and out to introduce me and the others to the wonder and intricacies of after-hours photo shooting. I'm obliged to him in that it has given me another direction and new tools with which to continue my photographic pursuits. At all times Dwayne comports himself with a bearing of professionalism and has the knowledge of his subject(s) to thoroughly back it up. That is not to say its all instruction --- he's got that dry, wrangler sense of down-home humor that keeps things relaxed and low key. I witnessed him administering to the new, the intermediate and the semi-professional photographer, all with the same ease and equanimity of attentiveness and patience, to answer questions and demonstrate procedures to the satisfaction of myself and other attendees. Through all of this, his particular skills reveal themselves. You can't get this stuff in a book! Dwayne mentioned that he had at one time considered being a teacher. He would have made a damn good one --- akin to that special high school teacher that “turned-the-corner” for a student on a certain subject that would evolve into an integral part of that student's development. Learning is not perfection; it's a progress and I'll be back for more of Hunewill hospitality, experience and quality time well spent with Dwayne Leonard and his “Ranch Memories Photography” project. And, what's more (even though I never heard him utter even the mildest of expletives) I gotta say it, “Dwayne Leonard, you're one hell-uv-a man!” Danny Goeschl
Touched by these often enigmatic faces very well rendered by your talent as a photographer! And then, your choices create a very special atmosphere! Francis
Dwayne, Your photographs are ethereal! Splendid artistry!
Steven R Graboff MD(non-registered)
It's been about a year since I took the 1st incredible photography workshop with Dwayne at Hunewill Ranch (see my previous post from September 2015) and I spent the last year honing the skills I learned from Dwayne. I just returned from the 2016 photo workshop and I again am immensely impressed with the depth of knowledge and teaching skills that Dwayne has.
This was more of an advanced class with emphasis on artistic composition and post production work in Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. Dwayne again raised my skills to levels I never imagined.
I has a blast! and I highly recommend his photo workshop to photographers of all levels.
One day we hiked along the the Walker River shooting wildlife (in howling wind and rain, and then sun), had an outstanding lunch, and then drove to Dodie Meadows where we photographed wild Mustangs and breathtaking sky and landscapes until dark.
We spent another day going through the hundred of photos in post production and created a wonderful slideshow that was presented to the other guests at the Ranch.
Needless to say, at the end of this workshop I suddenly found my pictures having a significantly obvious artistic quality whereas before they were simply pictures "documenting a moment or place." ( a snapshot in time versus a piece of visual art).
All the credit goes to Dwayne to get me to this level, and the hospitality at Hunewill Ranch is above and beyond.
If you are a photographer of any level (even only using your DSLR on automatic mode) you will not find a better instructor, at a most beautiful location, and at a bargain price, to elevate your photographic skills to levels you never thought possible.
Thanks Dwayne for an awesome week, and see you next year.