We just finished up our final Visual Artistry workshop of the year in one of my favorite locations, Cape May NJ. We had a remarkably creative group of clients, and very wide variety of material with which to work! My good friend and Cape May native, Charles, was instrumental in getting us into interesting and historic interiors! Although, the weather was a bit dicey and our 59th St. Pier was pretty much gone, they still managed to come away with a tremendous body of work. We also took a quick trip to Ocean City MD for dusk/ night photography before heading back to Cape May. The sand from hurricane Sandy came about 2 blocks into the city and was piled up like snow drifts. As we left, the city was dark….very sad and eerie.
Most of the gallery images were shot before and after the workshop. I took one iPhone image, then became captivated by a piece of art on private property, and how it framed the casinos, image is included in the gallery. Then, after the workshop, Charles, John D., and I headed north for some post workshop photography, seeing a lit up Ferris wheel from the Garden State, we took a detour to Wildwood, NJ, which wound up being an excellent adventure (especially, being largely unpopulated).
It seems that every time I visit Cape May and the central Jersey coast, I discover new places to photograph, and always look forward to sharing with our subsequent workshop groups!
We just posted our 2013 Visual Artistry workshop series, including 2 events in Cape May.
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Here’s a gallery and image info from Cape May, Nov., 2012
4 minute exp., 30 sec exp., 2 minute exp.
And a few iPhone images:
I hope you enjoy this final gallery of our workshop year and look forward to seeing you online!