I think photography workshops need to accomplish a few things:
- You need to learn how to use your camera better.
- You need to learn how to see and capture photos better.
- They need to take place in beautiful locations.
- They must be fun.
By combining those four aspects, I set up a learning experience that helps you capture stunning photos during the photo class. When you leave, you’ll have the knowledge to do it on your own. During my individual and small group Lake Superior Photography Workshops, I tailor the lesson plans to you. If you need to learn about depth-of-field to get everything in focus or to blur the background or how to make waterfalls look silky or how to freeze the motion of a wave, the workshop will teach you those things. If you don’t understand white balance, ISO, file sizes, camera buttons, then by the time the workshop is over you will. I also help you see photos while along the jaw-dropping Lake Superior shoreline, and then I teach you techniques to translate those scenes into a stunning photo. Plus, I keep everything fun!
For locations, I offer Grand Marais Photography Workshops, Lake Superior Photography Workshops, Boundary Waters Photography Workshops, and workshops in the Lutsen and Tofte area. Other areas are possible.
Lake Superior Photography Workshops Pricing
1 person: $225 half-day / $375 full-day
2 people: $280 half-day / $480 full-day ($140/$240 per person)
3 people: $330 half-day / $585 full-day ($110/$195 per person)
4 people: $380 half-day / $660 full-day ($95/$165 per person)
5 people: $450 half-day / $800 full-day ($90/$160 per person)
Half-day: A four to five hour session starting with a sunrise or ending with a sunset or framed around midday.
Full-day: We meet before the sunrise and shoot for around eight and nine hours or shoot eight hours leading up to sunset. In the winter, that might mean that we shoot both the sunrise and sunset. Total lesson time runs between eight and nine hours.
Questions? Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org