Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Nature of Cape Cod Photography Workshop

The Nature of Cape Cod Photography Workshop
with John Tunney July 22-24

Join photographer John Tunney for a special workshop photographing the natural beauty of Cape Cod. John will guide you from dawn to dusk (and maybe beyond) through some of Cape Cod’s most scenic and fertile shooting grounds. Exploring on land and water we'll photograph unspoiled beaches, marshes and trails within the Cape Cod National Seashore, an area rich with coastal flora and fauna, including blue herons, red tail hawks, osprey, piping plovers and more. We'll take a private boat tour through tranquil backwaters and a working harbor to photograph seals, shorebirds and coastal scenes. Along the way you'll learn techniques and tips for using your camera and lenses, composition and editing that will help take your images to a new level. The workshop also includes critiques and brief technical sessions with information about Cape Cod’s landscape and wildlife.

Maximum of 8 participants.

Here’s what a past participant had to say: “I really do think I will be looking at the world differently after your workshop and I hope to be able to attend more in the future.  When I got home last night I was actually able to look at my photos again carefully and can see a difference from my old pics already." - Susan D., Eastham

John Tunney ( is a professional photographer and instructor. In addition to teaching, John is a frequent exhibitor in galleries, art shows and festivals on Cape Cod and around New England. His work has been featured in a solo exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography and has been published in Cape Cod Life, Cape Codder, Fodor’s and other publications. He lives on Cape Cod year-round.

For more information about the workshop, please visit