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All registrations made after May 10 must be paid in full at the time of registration.
Welcome aboard Windjammer Angelique, a 130’ traditionally rigged ketch, for a unique photo workshop with exceptionally stunning photo ops. This is an all levels workshop – Sunday through Saturday with accommodations and meals aboard Angelique.
© Fred Leblanc
© Ben Magro
Join professional photographer Neal Parent in his 38th photo workshop aboard windjammers! He will teach you how to expose correctly on the water with constantly changing light conditions and with low light in a night photography lesson. Angelique sails to new ports along the coast of Maine each day and anchors in a snug harbor each night. Student go ashore each day and explore different islands and their inhabitants, capturing the feeling of coastal Maine and it’s people, and receive daily critiques with a slide show of all work at the end of the week.
In this workshop, Angelique will be participating in “The Great Schooner Race” on Friday. It’s a fun, friendly race with other beautiful windjammers followed by awards and an after party on shore. This is a rare opportunity to photograph one of the largest gatherings of traditional sailing vessels in North America. No sailboat racing experience required! Just shoot the action and scenery to your heart’s content.
Accommodations aboard Angelique are double occupancy cabins and one single occupancy cabin. Most cabins have bunk beds, but a few have a double bed. Cabin requests will be honored on a first come first serve basis. Solo participants may be bunked with other singles of the same gender. Every cabin has a private sink with cold running water, mirror, reading lights, and standing headroom. Cabin sizes are adequate and cozy. Luggage can be stored under bunks or at the foot of bunks. We recommend soft-sided bags for ease of storage. All linens, towels, blankets, and soaps are provided. Angelique has three “heads” (bathrooms) that are shared. All heads are located below decks for easy access from the cabins. Two of the heads have hot water showers.
Angelique’s cabins have a USB charging port for your cell phones and tablets and there is a charging station to charge small electronics like camera batteries and laptops with your regular household outlet charger. There are no AC powered outlets in the cabins and we do not have enough power to run hairdryers, electric shavers, curling irons, or fans. We can accommodate CPAP machines, however.
(Interior images ©Sarah Szwajkos)
Meals aboard Angelique are homemade from fresh ingredients, plentiful, and served family style. We can accommodate special diets such as vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, and other food allergies when we let our chef know ahead of time. Please mention your dietary need at the time of booking.
Board the vessel in Camden on Sunday July 2 anytime after 5pm. Dinner is not served the first night, but you’ll be dockside this first night and able to walk to several nice restaurants in Camden.
Deposit: $300 (at the time of registration this deposit, in addition to the $55 registration fee will be taken by Maine Media Workshops.) All future communication and financial transactions will be handled directly by Windjammer Angelique.
Companions: Non-shooting companions are also welcome on this cruise - $1095. Same deposit criteria.
Terms and Conditions for Travel Workshops
1. Reservations & Payments
A deposit as indicated on the registration page is required to confirm your reservation for the workshop. Final payment in full is due 45 days prior to the start date of your workshop unless stated differently in the course description.. Maine Media Workshops + College (“Maine Media”) reserves the right to cancel a reservation if full payment has not been received by the due date.
Please review our cancellation policy at https://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/about/payment-policies
3. Basis of Rates
All prices are quoted in U.S. dollars; all payments must be made in U.S. dollars.
It is strongly advised that you purchase Trip Cancellation, Baggage, Emergency Medical Evacuation, and/or Accident and Sickness Insurance Protection. Camera equipment, computers, and baggage are carried entirely at the owner’s risk. Maine Media shall have no responsibility for any lost, damaged, or delayed property, or for an individual student’s medical needs, accidents, injuries or illnesses.
5. Itinerary Changes
The itinerary for your workshop is subject to change without prior notification.
6. Passports and Visas
A valid passport is required for all international travel. You are required to notify Maine Media as to the nationality under which your passport is registered. Participants are responsible for obtaining their passports and visas. To participate in the workshop, you must have a passport that is valid until at least six months after the date on which your trip is scheduled to be completed.
7. Medical Issues
All participants must be in good health. You must advise Maine Media of any health condition, physical condition, or emotional or mental condition that may require special attention or that may adversely impact the other participants in your workshop. All students are required to complete a “Waiver of Liability” form and submit it at the time of registration. This document may be found on the course description page.
8. Liability Waiver
Every participant is required to sign Maine Media’s Waiver of Liability before departure for their workshop. Click here to download.
9. Responsibility & Photography
To ensure a safe experience, you are required to obey local customs and be considerate when photographing people or sensitive locations. The faculty member for your workshop has the right to expel any person from the workshop for behavior that is in violation of the law; that is disruptive; or that compromises the group’s safety or enjoyment. No refunds will be made to any person expelled from a workshop. Maine Media shall have no obligation to pay any costs incurred by a person as a result of that person being expelled from a workshop.