Photo by Scott Stulberg
Acadia National Park with Scott Stulberg (Travel Workshop)
- October 6, 2021 - October 10, 2021
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Explore rugged coastlines, fall colors, Bass Harbor lighthouse, Star Trails & the stunning Milky Way
October 6-10, 2021
Workshop limit: 12 participants
A Note from Scott Stulberg
“Photographing in Acadia National Park in Maine has become one of my favorite places on earth to shoot, without a doubt! It has so much diversity to offer from gorgeous fall color to stunning rocky cliffs and a swirling ocean below, to a magnificent night sky with so many great locations to capture it from. It really is a dream to be there and photograph and having friends that live there and do workshops, I know many of the best locations for some of the best photographic opportunities. We will also be photographing a very special lighthouse, right on the bay at sunset and after dark and we will also be shooting an amazing huge garden that is filled with endless photo ops.
The workshop will be 5 days long, and people can arrive early on October 5th, if they choose to and early is good so that we can start at a good time on Wednesday, October 6th. Acadia is on the east coast, so it is all about sunrises and not sunsets in this part of the US. So we will be at different locations for sunrise throughout the workshop and looking for great photo ops throughout the day when we are not in the meeting room. We might have rain and fog, which can be really mesmerizing for so many of the images but hopefully we will have some gorgeous fall color, which Acadia National Park is known for. I have scheduled this workshop to hopefully capture both the fall color and the Milky Way and the beginning of October should be a great time to capture both.
One of my favorite things about where we will be is that the town of Bar Harbor is absolutely amazing! This town is so adorable and the food is just off the wall! We will be eating at some great places and it really is mouthwatering all throughout town. I don’t usually talk about the food in my workshops but Bar Harbor is really, really special. As far as accommodations, we have two choices. The Holiday Inn on the ocean is where many of us will stay including myself but for those who want to spend less, there is a great motel nearby called the Bar Harbor Motel and their prices are definitely nicer. That is also where we will be using their meeting room space for our meetings. But we will all be meeting every day at the Holiday Inn which is a very hip hotel and the grounds and pool are gorgeous, right on the ocean.
Btw, both hotels do not let you make reservations until well into the season, which might be early spring of 2021. I will keep everyone informed when they can book their rooms for this workshop!” – Scott Stulberg
What is included:
Photography instruction day and night, in depth Photo Pills instruction, two Photoshop meetings in the classroom, learning the best methods for shooting after dark with the Milky Way and Star Trails and processing after dark images, using ND filters for different situations, shooting gorgeous fall color all over Acadia and a lot more.
What is not included:
Lodging, meals and transportation
Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who journeys often to distant lands looking for unique photographic opportunities. He is represented by many stock agencies including Getty Images and is a contributing writer for both Shutterbug and EOS magazine. Scott has led photography workshops to many places around the globe, from Burma to Africa to the Galapagos Islands and loves teaching workshops in the US to special places. He also teaches digital photography and Photoshop at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles and the Sedona Arts Center in Sedona, Arizona and has taught at many other schools including the Los Angeles Center of Photography and the Art Wolfe Digital Photography Center in Seattle. Scott and his wife Holly live in beautiful Sedona, Arizona
Scott is the author of Passage to Burma, with 270 pages of photography that capture multiple trips to his favorite country and he is also co-author of The Digital Photographer’s New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Time, Newsweek, Microsoft, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, ABC and CNN News to greeting cards, calendars, bill boards and book covers, his images are used internationally. His photographs are in collections all over the world, including on permanent display in the United Nations and the new UCLA Medical Center.