Maine’s Mount Desert Island, the home of Acadia National Park, is a photographer’s playground. It boasts the East Coast’s highest mountains as well as its only true fjord. The island also offers stunning, easily accessible rocky coastlines, lovely traditional harbors, dazzling forest-edged lakes and ponds, a magnificent lighthouse, and historic carriage roads that wind through colorful woods. All of this scenery is packed onto an island that takes only a few hours to drive around.
Timed to coincide with the peak of fall colors on the Maine coast, this workshop is based in the picturesque village of Bar Harbor. Our schedule includes capturing both sunrise and sunset from the top of Cadillac Mountain, photographing the forest and reflections of Jordan and Bubble ponds, driving the famed Ocean Road, and wandering the quaint villages of Bernard, Southwest Harbor, and Somersville.
The close proximity of all our photo destinations affords us plenty of time for image reviews and critiques. Best of all, the workshop takes place after the high summer tourist season, so we should have this photographer’s wonderland mostly to ourselves.
$975 includes tuition, snacks, and beverages. Transportation, lodging, and meals are extra.
David Middleton: David Middleton is a professional outdoor photographer, writer and naturalist. During his 20-year career, he has traveled ext...
Brenda Berry: Brenda Berry is a professional photographer who has been employed in a variety of professional positions focusing on environm...