Take a road trip and explore creative close-up and HDR photography in a rusted car paradise
I just got back from visiting Old Car City USA near Atlanta, Georgia. What an amazing place! With nearly 40 acres of vintage cars, this one-time auto parts yard is now a photography paradise for anyone looking to get creative while exploring textures, colors, and vintage icons of American automotive yesteryear.
I’ll be leading a creative photo workshop here November 4-5, 2016. We’ll have two days to shoot at Old Car City, plus field and classroom instructional sessions where I’ll help you bring out the best in your photographs; both during and after the shoot. I’ve also arranged for discounted lodging right down the road so we won’t have to make the hour drive from Atlanta each day.
This location is often described as a “bucket list” spot for anyone who likes old cars. I think it’s perfect for photographers of all levels, especially because the sheer vastness of the site really requires you to think about subject and composition while exploring details, textures, and colors in the huge collection of decaying vehicles.
I’m happy to announce that I’ll be returning to Crested Butte, Colorado in July 2016 to lead a small-group wildflower/macro photo safari and workshop! You’ll photograph the beautiful wildflowers in a high alpine setting and learn macro and close-up photography techniques. Participants will also receive hands-on field instruction, post-processing help, and image critiques.
This tour is open to a maximum of 10 photographers.
I’m pleased to announce a winter birding safari to the Florida Everglades, December 13-17, 2015. During this photo safari, we’ll not only photograph the birds and other wildlife, but we’ll have an opportunity to do some night sky photography of the Geminids meteor shower!
This workshop includes both field and classroom instruction, so bring your laptop so I can teach you how to process your photos!
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be returning to the private photo blinds of south Texas in 2016 for a small-group instructional photo safari. This trip includes private blind access on two ranches, double-occupancy lodging for four nights, and all meals.