Do you love nature photography and want to capture some incredible WOW shots to add to your portfolio? Are you ready to learn some advanced capture techniques? Is your post-processed work not at the level you aspire to? Do you prefer to shoot with small groups and hate competing to get the good spot? Do you enjoy looking at some of my work and wonder, how did he do that? If you answered, “Yes” to any of these then consider one of my nature photography workshops in Acadia National Park, White Mountains National Forest, Delaware Water Gap, Ricketts Glenn, and the Great Smoky Mountains (spring 2012). Click here to learn what you can expect and here to learn what is included and making payment.

Delaware Water Gap - 1 Day Workshop

Waterfalls of Ricketts Glen- 1 Day Workshop

White Mountain National Forest Workshops, 4 days $875
Spring and Fall: Late May and First Week of October, 2012
Most people think of the White Mountains as one of the best fall foliage venues in the northeast, and they would right. But many forget about early spring when waterfalls are full, crowds are few, and leaves of varying shades of bright green are abundant. Around the first week in October reds leaves, which go first, are plenty, followed by yellow and orange leaves through the middle of the month. With plenty of streams, waterfalls, mountains, lakes and sunrise/sunset opportunities as well as the possibility of seeing moose the White Mountain Forest is great location for a landscape workshop. This workshop will emphasis shooting when the light is right for the subject. There will be an emphasis on composition, image critique and digital darkroom work. Small groups allow for plenty of personal attention and an ongoing ‘walk and talk’ on anything you feel you needhelp with during our time together. The goal is for you to return wit a portfolio of WOW shots and a enhanced set of skills. See my WM galleries.

Acadia National Park Workshops, 4 days, $875
Spring: May 2012 (Tentative)

Fall: Second Week in October, 2012

When it comes to shooting landscapes Acadia National Park has it all. Sunrise, sunset, fog, lakes, oceans, harbors, lighthouse, and mountains, all in a relatively small area about Ľ the size of the Great Smoky Mountains. Glacially carved granite provides tremendous leading line foreground opportunities. The first place the sun strikes the US each morning is Cadillac Mountain making that sunrise shoot and extra special experience. See article: Acadia National Park and check out some of my work here.


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