April 13 – 17:
Spring in the Great Smoky Mountains, TN
There is not much that can compare to the majesty of the Smoky Mountains – one of the most photographed locations in the country and one of our favorites. They are full of photographic inspirations. This workshop will be four days of almost non-stop shooting of a variety . . .
New!!! April 29 – May 2:
Spring Scenics & Wildflowers, Cass, WV
Let us take you to a different part of West Virginia; still around the Greenbrier River and Monongahela National Forest, close to our home and removed from the hustle and bustle of every day life but with a few additional treats. Let us share why we so love the area. You owe it to yourself to see West Virginia in all of its . . .
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, Richmond, VA
This is a half a day workshop starting at 7:00 a.m. and lasting until 11:30 a.m.. We’ll have field time where we’ll demonstrate various techniques for flower and macro shots followed by some classroom instruction and discussion about equipment. We’ll discuss an array of subject to include focus stacking, light and its qualities, equipment . . .More information to follow.
It’s Back!!! June 5 – 7:
Tangier Island, Chesapeake Bay, VA
This wonderful island in the Chesapeake Bay has been described as an island out of time. It lends itself to a unique learning experience for all levels of photographer. Known as the soft shell crab capital of the world, it is one of the last places of its kind . . .
October 11 – 14:
Water Falls and Fall Foliage, NC
Every year we discuss cutting back the number of workshops we conduct, but this is one we never consider eliminating; actually, we love all the places we conduct workshops which is why we still do them. Working from one central location in Brevard, we will photograph the many waterfalls. . .
We won’t be offering it this year, but will schedule this workshop in 2016. We’ll miss being there.
Chincoteague, Eastern Shore, VA
If you have heard of the annual pony round up in Assateague, then you are familiar with Chincoteague; they are side by side. This is an island on the Eastern Shore, home to the Chincoteague ponies. Seldom do we visit when we do not get to photograph these wonderful creatures. . .
Non-participants can attend all workshops at a reduced fee or no fee depending on what is provided to them with the exception of Tangier Island. The room availability is extremely limited on the island; therefore, a non-participant will need to pay the full fee since they will be taking a space that would otherwise be filled with a full participant. We welcome spouses and friends to come along on all other workshops; actually encourage it. But Tangier is unique. They also can not be photographers themselves or take photos during the workshop. Check the workshop page to see if an additional fee is required. Non-participant fees are paid to Linda Lane at the start of the workshop.