Once again, David Middleton and I are teaching a small workshop based out of Tofino – on Vancouver Island, BC. Admittedly, it is not the easiest place to get to, and that is one of the reasons it is such a fantastic destination for photographers. Join us off the beaten path of the usual workshop locations and find yourself somewhere magical. That isn’t hyperbole, it is truly magical. Huge old growth forests, miles of sandy beaches, tide pools and wildlife. One of the highlights of the trip is the private charter we take out to photograph the native black bear population. We have worked with the same captain for several years and he is very adept at getting us into great positions in the best light. We are the only group on board, so we can shoot from any position. This year we will be going out to photograph the bears twice – at no additional charge to you!
If bears are not your thing, fear not – surfers, giant green anemones, 1000 year old sitka spruce, and fishermen are all willing subjects as well. In fact there is so much to do we have added an extra day to the length of the traditional workshop. We run Tuesday evening thru Sunday midday.
We have a couple of spots left, but this is a space limited workshop, so if you want to join us please let me or David Middleton know asap.
Dates: May 27th – June 1st
Location: Tofino, Vancouver Island BC
Cost: $1175 includes instruction, 2 bear cruises, and charter trip to Mears island.