Join Steven Micheal and Brian Chambers for three days of photography on the southern Oregon coast.  The workshop begins 2pm on Friday September 27, 2019 and ends Sunday September 29th, 2019 at 2pm.   The cost of the workshop is $600. This will be a chance to take your photography to the next level while exploring one of the most beautiful coastlines for photography.       

Itinerary- The workshop will be centered in Bandon, OR and the exact itinerary will be decided depending on weather conditions and the interest of the students.  We will be using Micheal's extensive experience photographing the south coast to decide the optimal locations.  There will be a mixture of some class room time followed by lots of in field photography and one on one teaching.  We will generally try to photograph sunrise and sunset every day and at least one evening session to work on night photography.  The middle of the days will be open for time to relax, nap, post process etc.

What is included- The price of $600 includes all instruction and guiding to the locations.  Students are responsible for their own transportation, meals, drinks,  gear and hotel.  Class size will be limited to 12 students to allow for plenty of one on one time.

Requirements-  Any level photographer is welcome to attend but having a good quality interchangeable lens camera and a tripod will be helpful.  Students should be comfortable walking over uneven surfaces that can be slippery.  We will not be doing any extended hikes but will be walking and exploring for a couple of miles a day often on sand or other unstable surfaces. 

About us-

 

Steven Micheal has been a resident of the Southern Oregon coast since 1975.   He has been a full time professional photographer since (1998)   and has been featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting.  Steven is among the most knowledgeable and experienced photographers on the Oregon Coast.

Brian Chambers- Has been living  full time and photographing in the Columbia River Gorge since 1997.  He is a member of one of the premier art galleries in Hood River (301 gallery).  Brian has been published in several magazines and has been teaching photography classes in the gorge for the last few years.