Jutting more than thirty miles out into the Pacific Ocean, Point Reyes National Seashore is a spectacular, world-class place to photograph nature. This three-day weekend workshop is hosted in the unique and historic Coastguard Boathouse near the outermost cliffs of this rocky shore. It is an area that is ideally suited for photographing wildflowers and the ocean. We will turn our lenses to waves, beaches and the windswept and sometimes foggy landscape. We’ll also focus on the close-up universe of wildflowers, and learn field techniques for capturing the miniature worlds that can be found in a single petal.
The workshop will combine field photography sessions with individual assignments and technique sessions both in photography and post-production.
The workshop will be led by Harold Davis, a well-known photographer and digital artist, and the author of Creative Landscapes (Wiley), Photographing Flowers (Focal Press) and many other best-selling books. Please consider joining a group of like-minded photographers for a unique weekend of photographic creativity and exploration in a compelling and exciting photographic environment. Accommodations included at the Historic Lifeboat Station.