Our goal is to get you to the right place at the right time and help you capture the images you imagine. Contact Susan to register or with any questions. When registering, please include your name, address, phone number and the workshop you’d like to sign up for. Contact Susan to purchase a gift certificate for a workshop.
Some of what you will learn in our workshops
- New shooting techniques and tips
- Compelling composition
- Seeing creatively
- Long exposures
- Multiple exposures and image overlays
- Creative texture overlays
- Special effects (in camera and with software)
- iPhone photography and apps
- Software tips, tricks, and pro processing techniques using a variety of software, including Nik, Topaz, AlienSkin and OnOne
NOTE: All of these topics are covered in greater depth in our software training Digital Edge Workshops
In every one of our workshops, you will receive
- Top priority attention in the field and in the classroom
- Daily critique sessions
- Extensive lecture notes
- Processing videos
- (Digital Edge software training workshops only) – POST workshop video critique of 10 images for each workshop client
Scroll down for workshop policies and general information
Participants should have a working knowledge of exposure (f/stop and shutter speed) and know how to operate their equipment. Please bring a laptop computer with a RAW processor and image editing software to prepare your images for critique. Film shooters are encouraged to borrow a digital SLR so that they can have images for critique sessions – and maximize the workshop’s learning experience.
Each day’s schedule varies according to which location we visit that day, how long we shoot and what the weather conditions are. We could photograph all day if conditions are right and then have more class time the following day. Questions and problems will be addressed in the field whenever possible, which is the most effective way to learn nature and landscape photography.
Sunday* night at 5 pm
Opening night presentation, Q&A’s, orientation (it would be a good idea to have dinner on your own before the opening meeting)* except Acadia (begins Wednesday and ends Sunday) and Eastern State Penitentiary (a weekend workshop)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Photograph sunrise and/or early morning and late afternoon and/or sunset – and whenever the light is right. There will be presentations and critiques during the day.
Photograph in the morning or have class time; discussion and final thoughts over breakfast. We should be finished by checkout time.
Personal critique service
To continue your learning beyond the workshop, all participants may add three months of Tony’s personal photo critiques, via email, for just $600. With this service, you’ll receive helpful, informative critiques of 20 of images per month, as well as liberal email support for questions and advice.
Frequent attendee discount
If you take more than one of our workshops in the same workshop year, you’ll receive a 10% discount on your second workshop and 15% off on three or more workshops.
The workshop fee is for instruction only. All other expenses, including transportation, accommodations and meals are the responsibility of the participant. A $250 deposit is required to confirm your registration after receiving your registration forms. The full balance is due 60 days prior to the start of the workshop.
Deposit and balance paid will be fully refunded if cancellation is made prior to 60 days before the workshop start date. No refunds will be given if cancellation is made less than 60 days before the workshop start date. It is advised to get trip insurance.
Rain refund policy
Presentations and critiques will continue as usual if it should rain. NO discount for one rain day. Two rain days = 10% discount on next workshop. Three rain days = 15% discount on next workshop. Only applies if rained in for the full workshop day, not including the opening night presentation or the final morning of the workshop.
NOTE: Only ONE discount may be applied per workshop