Categories: California, Coast, Photo Workshops and Tours, Photos, Point Reyes, Reflections, Travel, Workshops
Picture: Morning light at Drakes Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California
The final two workshops that I’ll be teaching for 2015 at the beautiful Point Reyes National Seashore are fast approaching, with the next one just over a week away. That’s when I’ll be heading out to teach my 3-day photo workshop, “Photographing the Beaches of Point Reyes,” which takes place October 2-4, 2015. The workshop is run by the non-profit Point Reyes Field Institute, which is part of the Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA). The workshop fee is only $300 for the full weekend if you’re a member of PRNSA, or $320 for non-members, and includes accommodations at the Historic Lifeboat Station at Chimney Rock. These workshops provide one of the few opportunities for visitors to stay overnight inside the park. On Saturday evening, we generally have a big group dinner to add an extra festive note to all the learning and photography that takes place. The workshop conclude on Sunday with a review and critique of student images.
The final workshop I’m scheduled to lead in 2015 is also a 3-day workshop, this time focusing on “The Natural Wonders of Point Reyes,” and which will take place on November 6-8, 2015. This workshop is similarly priced, and also with included accommodations at the Lifeboat Station.
If you’re interested in learning or improving your photographic skills or vision, and want to do it at one of the best places on earth, and for an incredibly great value, come join me for either one of these two great workshops. Click on the above links for additional information, or to register through the Point Reyes Field Institute website.