Atchafalaya Photography Adventure
February 26 – March 1, 2020
Venture with Laurie Klein Workshops into the beauty that is Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Cajun country to photograph natural wonders and remembrances of a time gone by. Regardless of your favorite photographic genre, subjects abound in the beautiful, vast, and mysterious Atchafalaya basin: Spanish moss suspended from ancient oak trees, cypress knees rising from the marshy waters, wildlife of every variety, landscapes, and history. As a special feature, we will have two environmental portraiture sessions with the incredible Nicole Cudzilo surrounded by the majesty of the largest, restored plantation in the South. From Nottoway Plantation, our home base on the banks of the Mississippi river, we will strike out each day to capture the amazing scenery and culture of the area. Join Laurie Klein and Shelley Vandegrift for this one of a kind photography experience.
Our schedule begins at 9 a.m. on the morning of February 26 and will conclude by 11 a.m. on March 1.
Included in the trip fee:
- Three excursions into the largest contiguous wetland in the country, the Atchafalaya basin.
- Two trips will be in captained, multi-passenger boats designed to explore the Atchafalaya in the most eco-sensitive manner.
- One trip by two-passenger canoe led by an expert photographer and guide. Canoeing in the Atchafalaya allows you to easily glide into untouched areas of the swamp, get up close to this beautiful ecosystem, and capture images of wildlife and the majestic cypress trees.
- Two portraiture sessions with our model, Nicole Cudzilo.
- Daily briefings
- All photographic instruction and guidance in the field
- Image reviews
- Lodging – rooms have been held for the group at a special rate at Nottoway Plantation Resort (www.nottoway.com)
- Car rental
- Travel insurance
- Tips & gratuities
All workshops and tours are subject to LJK Workshop’s Terms & Conditions.