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From a lighthouse at Nobska Point in Woods Hole to Monk's Cove in Little Bay, the towns of Falmouth and Bourne on Buzzards Bay have an abundance of sites from the Knob to Spoor Garden, Ashumet Holly Sanctuary to Bourne Farm, Red Brook Pond to Beebe Woods.
Location: Provincetown Inn
Contact: Cape Cod Art Center
Limit: 12 all levels welcome
Cost: $375-member $425-non member
This year the workshop will be held at the Provincetown Inn at the west end of Commercial Street. There is no better location for the workshop with panoramic views from your hotel window. Explore this narrow tip of the cape where in places the land is only a mile wide bordered by Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Here the landscape is still wild. Pristine beaches. migrating dunes, kettle ponds and expansive marshes are all here.
Explore the quiet side of Acadia National Park - unexpected -unexplored - uncrowded. Schoodic Peninsula offers a wide array of opportunities to experience the rugged coast of Maine from the cliffs at Raven's Nest, to the summit of Schoodic Head along a spruce and fir trail and giant slabs of pink granite that extends into the Atlantic at Schoodic Point.
Nearby are the seaside villages of Birch Harbor, Winter Harbor, Prospect Harbor and the quaint Corea, a classic down-east fishing village.
The workshop begins on Thursday at the Schoodic Institute with an orientation and power point presentation on "the Art of Landscape Photography" covering the aesthetics of photography and the technical aspects of image making.
The workshop features approximately 15 hours in the field with 3 hour field sessions beginning each day in the predawn and in the afternoon until twilight. Ronald has an intimate knowledge of these regions and designs an itinerary based on habitat, tides and weather. Walking distances will vary from roadside access to moderate hikes along trails.
Complimenting the field experience will be 8-10 hours of classroom time where we will meet each day for an open dialogue covering subjects from capture to post processing and how to create a digital workflow using Lightroom and Photoshop. In the digital age our ability to teach has been considerably enhanced. Individual instruction, viewing images and group critiques to evaluate results is done in an environment that seeks to help you build confidence in your creative and technical skills and become a better photographer.
Included in the workshop are lodging (3 nights), meal plan that includes field breakfast, bag lunch and dinner as well as a lobster bake on Sunday afternoon.
About the Workshop
Field sessions begin each day in the golden light of predawn and in the afternoon until twilight. Time in the field 10 hours.With in depth knowledge of the workshop location Ronald is able to design a site Sites are chosen
Complimenting the field experience will be 6-8 hours of classroom time where we will meet each day for an open dialogue covering subjects from capture to post processing and how to create a digital workflow using Lightroom and Photoshop. In the digital age our ability to teach has been considerably enhanced. Individual instruction, viewing images and group critiques to evaluate results is done in an environment that seeks to help you build confidence in your creative and technical skills and become a better photographer.
The award winning nature photographer Ronald Wilson has devoted decades to photographing the New England landscape from Land’s End in Provincetown at the tip of the cape to the eastern most point in Maine at West Quoddy Head State Park in Lubec.
“What keeps me going is knowing that the world of light and shadow will always be new with things not seen before, waiting to be discovered”.
With a background in painting (BFA - Massachusetts College of Art) he has always sought to bring the sensibility of a painter to his work. His photography was chosen by the Cape Cod National Seashore for exhibit in the Salt Pond Visitors Center as part of their “Perspective Series” presenting work that captures the essence of Cape Cod.
His dramatic landscape images have been widely exhibited in one person and group shows and many of these images have appeared on covers of Cape Cod Life magazine.
He is a gallery artist in the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, the North River Art Society in Marshfield and the Plymouth Art Center.
After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Photography, became a staff instructor at the Winona School of Professional Photography in Indiana. In 1984 he opened Tri-Color Imaging Lab in New Bedford which has served photographers in 50 states for 30 years with traditional, optical, hybrid and digital output.
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