Maine Fall Foliage Photo Workshop
This fall, David will host the fourth annual fall foliage photography workshop in the Rangeley Lakes region in the western mountains of Maine, September 27-October 4, 2011. Participants will stay in David's historic lakefront log cabins on the north shore of Rangeley Lake during peak foliage season.
Joining David again this year is photo educator James Corwin Johnson. Now based in Florida, James was for 12 years director of photo services at Yosemite National Park, and frequently return there for photo adventures.
Settled over 150 years ago, the town of Rangeley is steeped in history and offers panoramic lake and mountain views, moose and loon sightings, waterfalls, and plenty of old New England charm. David and James will lead participants on excursions that include, but are not limited to: Smalls Falls, the Height of the Land, the Rangeley Overlook, Coos Canyon, Eustis Ridge, Grafton and Dixville Notches, and the Presidential Mountain Range featuring New England's highest peak--Mount Washington.
Covered bridges and old farmhouses dot the landscape, and winding country roads lead the traveler with a camera to a myriad of photographic possibilities. All this is set in a landscape bursting with reds, yellows, and oranges, as maple, birch and poplar trees create a splendid scene set against the evergreens, lakes, and rivers.
Advice in the field on camera techniques, composition, and lighting will be offered. Group and individualized tutorials aimed at optimizing images through Photoshop and other programs are also shared fireside back at the cabins.
Includes: Workshop, seven nights accommodations, transportation to and
from Portland airport and throughout the tour, meals at the cabins, and packed lunches during photo excursions.
Exclusion: Roundtrip airfare to Portland, Maine (PWM)
For reservations and information, contact David Meardon at 239-472-2346 or email@example.com, or James Johnson at 813-263-2702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.