Waterfall Workshop in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Waterfalls Capturing waterfalls, a continuously flowing subject, requires a delicate balance of the available light through proper use of aperture and shutter-speed. This workshop will show you how and when to use different shutter-speeds to convey your mood. The use of different lenses, aperture settings and other professional techniques will be discussed to help you create images to place on your wall, not in the waste basket.

Each season in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania has its own opportunities and challenges whether they be snow and ice, spring wildflowers or autumn color. We will incorporate the spirit of the seasons into our learning process and images.

“Thank you so much, Kevin, for a very memorable weekend and photographic experience! Above and beyond how I imagined the weekend to play out. This was the most informative and fun class I have ever taken! An inspiring experience. I feel I am starting to understand shooting Raw, White Balance, and using the histogram to check my lighting. This is a great course!”
— Doreen, R. – NJ

  • Workshop Cost
  • 2013 Cost

    $750 per person double occupancy

     

    Cost includes all accommodations, one dinner and local transportation.

  • Itinerary
  • Times shown will vary with the time of year... spring or fall and daylight savings.

     

    Friday
    6pm: meet for dinner - eat in or take-out dinners (optional)
    7pm: Orientation to the area and instructional presentation

     

    Saturday
    6am: meet for breakfast to go
    6:30am: Carpool/caravan to waterfalls (location to be determined by weather conditions)
    12pm: Lunch break - local delis available
    1pm: Carpool/caravan to waterfalls (location to be determined by weather conditions)
    5:30pm: Dinner

     

    Sunday
    6am: meet for breakfast to go
    6:30am: Travel to waterfalls (location to be determined by weather conditions)
    12pm: Pick-up lunch to go and return to hotel
    12pm-4pm: download and discussions of image workflow and image sharing for discussion

  • Accommodations
  • Value Inn

    A typical hotel/motel with comfortable rooms, a meeting room for our classroom and take-out meals and close to our waterfall locations.