Cape Cod for Infrared and Non-Infrared Photographers – June 5-9, 2019
Cape Cod, for some, is lathering on the sunscreen, and wading into the waves of the cold Atlantic. For others, it’s eating boiled lobster while looking out onto the eclectic street scenes of Provincetown. Others find magic standing on the soaring sand dunes of the 43,500 acres of Cape Cod National Seashore, looking out to sea, and seeing a humpback whale breach. Join Laurie Klein and Shelley Vandegrift, the Invisible Story Team, to experience and capture the beauty this land shaped by wind and ocean currents offers. We will begin each day with discussion and critique sessions after which we will venture out to photograph the dunes, marshes, beaches, harbors and colonial architecture of the area. Evenings can be spent in Provincetown.
We have reserved a block of rooms at the Provincetown Inn which is located on the north side of Provincetown near the national seashore. Easy public transportation is available from the hotel into town for sightseeing, dining and shopping. The workshop cost includes a whale watching tour and a 4 wheel drive tour of the dunes. Not included in the price are transportation to Cape Cod, hotel, and meals.
Bookings are closed for this event.