Sonoma Coast Photo Safari: May 15-20, 2016

Capture stunning sunsets along California's rugged Sonoma Coast May 15-20, 2016
Capture stunning sunsets along California’s rugged Sonoma Coast May 15-20, 2016

Join me in beautiful Bodega Bay, California for a 5-day photo safari along the Sonoma coast. We will start our safari exploring the coast and communities near Bodega Bay, and then we’ll head north to spend two days exploring the northern Sonoma parks, including Salt Point and Fort Ross.

Sonoma Coast on Bodega Head
Sonoma Coast on Bodega Head

On this safari, we’ll visit:

  • Sonoma Beach State Park (multiple locations)
  • Armstrong Redwood Preserve
  • The town of Bodega, where “The Birds” was filmed
  • Fort Ross Historic Site
  • Salt Point State Park
  • Kruse Rhododendron Preserve
Historic Fort Ross was a Russian outpost in the 1800s.
Historic Fort Ross was a Russian outpost in the 1800s.

Each day, you’ll get expert instruction for setting up and processing your photographs. You’ll have the opportunity to capture dramatic sunsets along the rocky shores, plus see towering redwoods, the rhododendron bloom, tide pools and harbor seals. Try your hand at a long exposure to capture the power of the surf, and create high-resolution panoramic images of the coast.

When we are not shooting, I’ll be helping you master workflow and post-processing skills so that you can turn your photos into works of art. Space is limited to eight photographers to make this an experience you’ll always remember!

RSVP Deadline March 31, 2016

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