Experience the gorgeous colors and coziness of the fall season in Maine.
Date: Oct 7-13, 2018
Levels: Intermediate, Advanced
Workshop Fee: $1255
Class Size: 14
With the crisp air of autumn comes the chance to experience the quintessential fall season in Maine. You’ll be amazed at the glorious colors on display across the area and by photographing with acclaimed photographer and Maine local, Neal Parent. Students learn new techniques from a 35 year local veteran as you visit small villages, towns and local area favorites creating new and exciting images.
Through in-class instruction, field trips, and critiques, students discover the ease of photographing while creating breathtaking images during the fall season. The split of field and lab work complement each other as creating new images and properly processing them is the key to this workshop.
Students should be comfortable with their camera in manual mode. Laptops are encouraged for image editing and processing.
Past student work (left to right): Boris Gabay, Gary Marrone, Doug Deuitch,
Instructor: Neal Parent
A professional photographer for over thirty-five years, Neal Parent started his career as a photojournalist for a small mid-coast Maine newspaper. Although his primary subject has been the coast of Maine - its waters, landscapes, boats and people; in recent years, his work has expanded to include Florida, Wyoming, and Montana. Most recently Neal has held workshops in Paris, Canada, the Caribbean, and in China. The workshops now include beginner’s digital photography offering instructions in how to use your digital camera’s many settings. Neal encourages students to shoot in manual mode, and how to get the most out of the image. Each student also will benefit from the daily critiques that Neal feels is so important in learning to use their cameras.