Acadia National Park and Puffins Instructional Photo Tour June 11-15, 2014
Join us on a photo tour 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.
We also will be taking a boat ride to an island to photograph Puffins, Razorbills, and Seals.
John has led photo tours and photo workshops to Acadia for several years. He has been photographing over 20 years.
June is a great time to photograph this awesome area. Beautiful forests, mountain peaks, wildflowers, 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. June has a lot less traffic then peak tourist season (July-September) no line in the local restaurants etc.
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.
When: June 11-15, 2014
Price: $895 (this does not include hotel or food) - $100 discount use NECCC in checkout cart
Lodging: A block of room is reserved under Slonina Photography with a discount rate for our participants.
Who should attend: Anyone with a interest in photography from a beginner to professional photographer who has a love of being outdoors and nature..
Group size: Our groups are small in size and are limited to 6 people.
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John Slonina is a professional nature photographer who has been photographing the nature for over 25 years. He has been published in multiple books, magazines, and calendars. He has a love of natural history as well. You will receive education not just in photo technique, but also in the natural world. Understanding the natural world not only increases your appreciation of nature but also helps you become a better nature photographer.