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Summer in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Make the most of this special time of year!

Rhododendron After the Storm
Rhododendron, Flame Azaleas, Mountain Laurel and the illusive Gray’s Lily are awaiting to accentuate the already incredible landscape of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Those who join me on this 3 and a half day adventure will learn to capture the best these historic mountains have to offer.

This workshop will focus on photographing scenes that can only be captured during this brief time period where the southeast’s most beautiful blooms create amazing photographic subjects and stunning foregrounds for the mountains and waterfalls of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Knowing when and where to be is key to obtaining the best images. We’ll travel western North Carolina’s most famous byways photographing classic scenes of the area along the way to the day’s best locations.
High Above
We will strive to match our locations to weather conditions so while a detailed itinerary is not available, a flexible schedule will be provided as time draws near. If weather permits and conditions are right, we may try to fit in a night shoot as well. I like to keep my groups small, around 5 to 8 participants, to allow for plenty of one on one instruction. We will base ourselves near the Asheville area. Specific hotel details will be provided along with a list of suggested items to bring once you are signed up.
Stream in the Smokies
This workshop is for all skill levels. Whether you are new to photography and looking to learn the basics or a seasoned photographer looking for new locations to capture great images, this workshop delivers.

Date: June 14 (sunset shoot) – 17th, 2017

Cost: $595 (Does not include accommodation, travel or food.)

Activity Level: Moderate hiking of a couple of miles round trip will be necessary some days, but we will tailor the speed and activity of the trip for those who sign up.

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