I am leaving to teach a workshop in Maine at the end of the coming week (I get to do some personal exploration of the Maine landscape with my camera and to eat lobster as well as teaching!). Before I leave I want to call your attention to some upcoming workshop and travel opportunities in the remainder of 2015 and the first half of 2016. Please note that my Workshops & Events page is always a good way to stay on top on what I have coming up.
The “most photogenic” Italian locations
First, please consider my two-week photo tour to what an Italian friend has called “the most photogenic places in Italy” beginning October 28, 2015. This very small group will visit Florence, Pisa, the five towns of Cinque Terre, Naples, Vesuvius, Pompei, Capri and Anacapri, Positano, and the Amalfi coast. If you consider the length of the photo tour and all that is included I think you will find it very reasonably priced. Please click here for details, and drop me an email if you’d like to come or need more info.
On December 5, 2015 I’ll be giving a Waves Photography workshop sponsored by Point Reyes Field Seminars. This is a one-day workshop with classroom and field components that I have done for a numbers of years, and it usually sells out early. This year, I am strictly limiting the class size, so there will be even fewer places than in previous years. Great fun (and good photography) whether the waves are small (as they have been some years) or whether there is mighty Pacific surf (as in other years)!
Flowers for Transparency
In 2016 I have two workshops scheduled that may interest you. Photographing Flowers for Transparency, here in Berkeley, CA on the March 5-6, 2016 weekend, is filling up quickly, but there are still a few spots left.
Achieve Your Potential in 2016
The 2016 edition of Achieving Your Potential As a Photographer is an ongoing mentoring opportunity; this time round we will be following the structured exercises in the workbook that accompanies my new book as well as working over a period of six months to fulfill our potentials. The initial session is scheduled for March 12-13, 2016.