The Magnificent Dogwoods of Central Missouri: A photography workshop with Kevin Sink

Date(s) - Apr 20 - Apr 22
6:30 pm - 11:00 am

Prairie Garden Trust

To sign up and for more information email Kevin at:

Dogwoods. Elegant, inspiring, hopeful. The large fragrant blooms of the Dogwood herald the end of winter and the promise of spring. Few natural sights are as enchanting as Dogwoods at peak bloom. So please join us for a remarkable photographic opportunity, The Magnificent Dogwoods of Central Missouri.

This workshop takes place at the Prairie Garden Trust just south of Fulton, Missouri (2 hours 45 minutes from Kansas City or 2 hours from St. Louis). PGT is a breathtaking collection of prairies, bluffs, creeks, ponds and thousands upon thousands of Dogwood trees. For more on PGT, please visit:

During the workshop, you’ll learn from one of the premier nature and landscape photographers in America, Kevin Sink. Kevin will share with you the photographic techniques and artistic approaches for creating the most captivating photographs of your life. Topics will include:

  •  What to look for – expanding your “artistic and photographic vocabulary”;
  •  Understanding what actually constitutes the ideal exposure – and how to get it;
  •  Simple techniques for maximizing sharpness and getting the shot you hoped for;
  •  The photographer’s mindset – how to work with what the environment gives you;
  •  Post-Processing in Lightroom – taking your image from OK to Awesome

Dates & Times:

Friday, April 20th:  6:30PM – 8:30 PM  

Saturday, April 21: All Day

Sunday, April 22: Dawn to 11:30AM

Workshop Fee: $350.00 – Lodging and Meals are not included in the workshop fee. For information about food and lodging, please contact Kevin Sink (contact phone or email)


Prairie Garden Trust

8947 County Road 431

New Bloomfield, Missouri  65063


Each participant in the workshop will have one of their own photographs from the workshop printed by the Master Printers of Henry Domke Fine Art. (print size up to 20” x30”)

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