Wednesday October 16th – Sunday June 20th, 2019 • Bar Harbor, Maine
Featuring the mountain vistas, ocean views, harbor scenes and much more
Instructors: Don Toothaker
Recommended prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of your Camera
All Skill Levels Welcome
Group Size: Limited to 12 attendees
Acadia National Park is a unique photographic destination unlike any other. Highly photogenic in every aspect, Acadia offers photographers of every skill level a multiple of opportunities. Here you can shoot miles of dramatic coastline, crashing waves, mountain and ocean vistas, culturally rich towns, classic New England harbor scenes, historic carriage roads, wildflowers, wildlife, a stunning lighthouse, and so much more. Join us as we explore the island and reveal its unique diversity in locations such as Bass Harbor, Cadillac Mountain, Jordan Pond, the Seawall, Schoodic Peninsula, and more. Each day we will work on concepts of Subject Development, Exposure, Image Composition, Architectural Photography, Black and White Photography, Low Light Photography, and Long Exposures. Acadia is a breathtaking visual experience that will stay with you forever.
We will maximize our time in the field shooting a multitude of subjects as well as incorporating classroom instruction, critiques, and image review during the workshop. Once on location we will utilize local transportation to and from each destination.
•Daily excursions in and around Acadia National Park
•Fees associated with the park
•In-field instruction at each location
•Image Discussion and Review
What’s not included:
•Transportation to and from Acadia
•Cost of food
•Cost of hotel (We will be staying and meeting at the Quality Inn, 40 Kebo St, Bar Harbor ME, 207-288-5403)
Skill Sets: All Levels of Photographers are Welcome
Physical Activity: Medium. We will experience longer days as well as walking/scrambling over rocky terrain.
During this Workshop We will Cover:
• Use of Lenses
• Use of Light Modifiers
• Subject Development
• Creative Thinking
• Shooting in Low Light
• Long Exposures
• Use of Filters (polarizers and ND)
• Image Processing
• Image Review
• Image Critiquing
To make only a deposit, select the “Deposit Only” box below. All payments are due 30 days prior to the workshop.
Upon signing up for this walk, you will receive a confirmation email. This will list more specific instructions regarding this workshop.
Please read our Cancellation Policy before signing up.