Acadia Fall Photo Tours and Workshops
Join us for a photo tour and workshop for peak fall foliage at Acadia National Park.
Acadia National Park, Maine
Photo Workshops and Tours
Peak Fall Foliage
Authorized Permittee of the National Park
Join us on a instructional photo tour or workshop to Acadia National Park and the Maine Coastline with professional photographer John Slonina. We will be visiting one of our favorite places to photograph. It is one of the most dramatic areas on the east coast. Experience the magic of the rock bound coast and soaring granite cliffs where the mountains meet the sea.
October is a great time to photograph this awesome area in peak foliage. Beautiful forests, mountain peaks, birds, lakes, streams, waterfalls, lighthouses, tide pools, carriage roads etc. We also will be on the lookout for park wildlife including seals, deer, beavers, eiders, and foxes.
Be one of first people to see and photograph the rising sun in the country. Cadillac Mountain sweeping vistas has a view you will never forget. The days are paced to maximize photo opportunities and the schedule will be flexible to maximize getting the best light.
Day 1 Afternoon: We will meet at the hotel for a quick meeting. We will leave the hotel in the afternoon and photograph until sunset then dinner.
Day 2 and 3: We will travel to several different locations (depending on the lighting conditions) starting on location at sunrise. We will conclude with sunset. Each day will be a photographic adventure.
We will also have some classroom time to review and critique work, digital techniques, digital processing tips ect. John will be bringing a digital projector for presentations.
Day 4: Morning Photo Session Trip concludes late morning early afternoon.
October 13-16, 2017 (Sold Out) Click here for Waitlist
$895. Per person includes , instruction, and transportation. Park admission, permits and transportation from hotel to field locations.
Transportation: Transportation is provided from hotel to field locations in our comfortable van,
Please note: This trip always sells out.
So please register early.
Payment can be made by check to Slonina Photography.
We also accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
If you prefer to use credit card you can call our office at (508) 736-1167 or use the online shopping cart.
A block of room is reserved under Slonina Photography with a discount rate for our participants $89 night. Click on link for more info
Who should attend:
Anyone with a interest in photography from a beginner to professional photographer who has a love of being outdoors and nature.
Our groups are small in size and are limited to 8 people. This group size allows for flexibility in our plans if interesting and unexpected photo opportunities present themselves. Also it will allow us to work with each participate to provide complete, informative, helpful lessons.
This trip will involve some short flat walks. None of the hikes are long most of them within site of my tour van. So you do not have to be in great shape for this tour.
The entire workshop is devoted to capturing the best nature images possible. John draws upon his decades of experience as a professional photographer to offer several methods to improve your nature photography. John will share numerous proven beginner thru advanced techniques.
On location, John will demonstrate how you can best use your equipment. We will do our best to help you get beautiful professional high dynamic quality images which will make gorgeous prints on your wall.
Before and after each workshop we will access each participants needs, interests and skills so we can teach techniques that will help each participant. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned pro we will help you grow as a photographer. At the end of the workshop you will be able to comfortably apply these tools and start your own unique style.
Time of Day:
Participating in a workshop is a great way to improve your photography. We believe in capturing the best light our workshops include sunrise and sunset shoots (weather permitting). Early morning and late afternoon has the best lighting for photography. Mid day sunny days is not as photogenic and more windy. Also early morning has some other advantages less traffic and people, wildlife is more active, and less wind.
What you will learn:
Our job is not only to help you create beautiful images and have fun but also teach skills and techniques you can use to take your photography to the next, higher level! Attendees will have a solid understanding of many basic and advanced principles related to nature photography.
John Slonina is a professional nature photographer who has been photographing for over 30 years. He estimates he has taken over 800,000 photos. John has a love of natural history. During the workshop, you will receive information on photography techniques and the natural world. Understanding nature not only increases your appreciation of it but also helps you become a better nature photographer.
If you have any questions feel free to contact us.