Captivate yourself in an outdoor adventure through the four seasons in the Midcoast. Winter is the season when Maine truly sparkles and Neal Parent has been photographing this wonderland for over 35 years. This workshop focuses on the beauty that the snow and cold creates onto a photographer’s palette. Students learn to conquer the challenges that arise from creating images during this season. High contrast, short days, cold temperatures and finding that unique photo are just a few of the topics covered in this class.
Through in-class instruction, field trips, and critiques, students discover the ease of photographing while creating breathtaking images during the winter season. The split of field and lab discussions complement each other as creating new images and properly processing them is the key to this workshop.
Prerequisite: Students should be comfortable with their camera in manual mode.
Class needs: This workshop will be held in a non-digital classroom, a laptop for image editing and processing will be required
Winter/Spring lodging and meal package available for $450. Includes breakfast and lunch Monday - Friday. Dinner services are not available during our Winter/Spring session.