If you love food and photography and are passionate about documenting where food comes from, this is the class for you.
This multiple-day workshop on beautiful Whidbey Island will focus on how to tell a story through photographs. Specifically, you will learn how to tell a story about food.
The workshop begins the afternoon of Thursday, May 8th and ends at 10am on Sunday, May 11th. Over the course of 3 days, students will visit and photograph 2 farms and a local farmers market, practice natural light food photography and styling, and take a whole lot of photographs. There will also be delicious meals and wine, time to relax, and a group critique where students share their work with the group.
The fee of $1350 includes everything! Specifically...
• 3 nights accommodations in The Quintessa, (PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME ROOMS ARE SHARED) • all meals and beverages• all workshop instruction
Students must bring a DSLR. A laptop is HIGHLY recommended.
(PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is designed as a community event with attendees sharing lodging, meals and field trips together. While we understand attendees are adults and may decide to go get a burger for lunch instead of the salad we planned (example), they register for the full workshop, not sessions without lodging or lodging without sessions. This is to ensure the best workflow possible and make sure that everyone has the chance to register for the workshop package as designed by the instructor. There will be no exceptions.)
Thursday, May 8, 2014, 2:00 PM to Sunday, May 11, 2014, 10:00 AM