Maine Woods Photography Workshops –
2019 Dates to Follow
Combine a relaxing Maine vacation with a creative learning experience!
Join a professional wildlife photographer for an all inclusive 4-day Maine Woods Photography Workshop at the New England Outdoor Center’s Twin Pine Camps. Photograph northern Maine’s abundant wildlife and spectacular landscapes while being guided by professional nature photographer Anita Mueller.
During the day, you will photograph in remote wildlife habitats and at the most picturesque locations in the Katahdin Region via kayak and pontoon boat, as well as by van (on dry land). In the evenings you will relax while dining at our acclaimed River Driver Restaurant and lodging in one of our luxury cabins here at New England Outdoor Center’s Twin Pines on scenic Millinocket Lake in the shadow of Mt. Katahdin.
All skill levels welcome! A blend of casual format and hands on learning will provide a relaxed and informative Maine photography workshop experience regardless of your skill level. From getting the most out of your DSLR to producing great wildlife and nature images you will learn more than you thought possible in four days.
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Mid-June in the Katahdin Region provides opportunities to photograph a world coming to life after a long winter. Picturesque indigenous wildflowers, rushing waterways, boreal birds as well as other flora and fauna, including Moose and their newborn calves provide abundant inspiration and opportunities to learn new photography skills.
The Autumn workshops coincide with the Fall Moose Rut and spectacular Fall Foliage that the region is noted for. Landscape photography opportunities in the Katahdin Region are magnificent and truly inspiring this time of year. This is also the best time to capture the often elusive Moose in courtship and mating behavior with a backdrop of autumn color that illuminates the region each Fall. Your days will begin at first light, and other than a mid-day break, will end at last light each day. There are no long hikes involved, with most of your photography occurring near the vans or on the water.
Package Price includes four nights luxury lodging at the New England Outdoor Center’s Twin Pine Camps, the fixings for continental breakfast in your cabin each morning, four picnic style lunches, four evening meals at the acclaimed River Driver Restaurant, snacks, kayak rental during the Summer, pontoon boat reservation, and transportation to and from shooting locations during the workshop as well as expert photography instruction and guiding. Lodging consists of private room with shared common areas. To insure individual instruction registration is limited to 8 participants.
For further information and workshop registration visit our guest professional wildlife photographer’s website www.markpicard.com or contact Mark and Anita directly via email at [email protected] or by phone at their Millinocket, Maine studio Moose Prints Gallery and Gifts 207-447-6906.