The 2017 Workshop Series!
Welcome! This year, I am offering three workshops – Two on Mt. Greylock and one on Cape Cod. Starlit skies,and moonlit landscapes – something for every night-minded photographer! Scroll down to see this year’s offerings and to learn more!
Shoot the iconic summit of western Massachusetts’ Mount Greylock after the sun goes down and the stars come out. July and August are the best months to view the Milky Way from this famous peak overlooking the beautiful Berkshire hills. Two sessions will be offered in 2017; July 20th and August 17th. Join us for a spectacular view beneath Berkshire night skies!
Cape Cod After Dark: A Night Photography Workshop August 6th, 2017.
Cape Cod After Dark; A Night Photography Workshop. August 6th, 2017.
Join me and small group of like-minded photographers as we shoot great locations across Cape Cod’s National Seashore by the light of the moon. All skill levels welcome. These workshops sell out every year and this is the only one of this type that will be offered in 2017. Limited to 10 participants.
Thinking you might want to go on a night shoot with me but would prefer to not be part of a group? No problem! Most night shooters are “loners” anyway.
Weather permitting, I’m happy to take one or two photographers out on a private, guided tour for some night shooting and personal instruction on Cape Cod*. This is an immersive experience that helps provide participants with an understanding of how peaceful this alternate form of photography can be.
Sessions are up to five hours. Together we’ll come up with a route of destinations that interest you featuring light houses, harbors and beaches. I will provide the transportation around Cape Cod. You’ll also get a signed copy of my book and an 8×10 print of one of the evening’s locations. All you have to do is show up with your gear.
Contact me for rates and let’s plan a fun night out!
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to register for a private tour.
*Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are not technically part of Cape Cod. Due to the high cost of ferrying a vehicle to either island and obtaining lodging, I do not currently offer private tours in these areas as it makes them cost prohibitive for the average person.