The Grandfather Mountain Nature Photography Weekend features presentations from renowned landscape and wildlife photographers plus spectacular shooting opportunities all around the mountain. The featured presenters for 2017 come from across the nation and will speak on a variety of photography topics encompassing both the technical and artistic elements of the craft.
Presentations take place in the afternoons and evenings allowing participants lots of time to explore Grandfather Mountain and to shoot throughout the day. I will present a lecture on the Basics Of Time-Lapse Photography For Landscape Photographers and lead a breakout session on Night Photography.
My Glacier National Park Photography Workshop sponsored by the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana is a great opportunity for participants of all skill levels to improve their landscape photography technique. We will spend three days and two nights photographing the scenic splendor of autumn in Glacier National Park. Out in the field at first and last light, participants will shoot photos of fall colors, lakes and streams, mountain-filled skylines, and burned areas, as well as frost-lined leaves and spectacular sunsets. This workshop is an opportunity to experience wilderness with a lens: focusing on light, color, form, and composition. Note: We will camp out each night under the stars on this program! Roughing it a little adds to the fun and opens up a world of extra photographic possibilities.
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Join me for a unique photography workshop this September at the historic Spruce Point Inn in beautiful Boothbay Harbor, Maine. During this short workshop, we will float from island to island in our own private motorboat while photographing beautiful harbors, remote lighthouses, and working lobster boats. This program is a terrific opportunity for participants to learn new landscape photography techniques from an experienced teacher while enjoying the hospitality and cuisine of Maine’s finest resort.