This is an approximate outline of our tour plans but is always dependent on weather and other unforeseen circumstance. Our goal each day will be to get to the locations that best match conditions. We'll stay flexible. 

Day 1: September 30   Workshop starts

We will meet at 2pm in the lobby of our hotel in Freeport, Maine.

We’ll gather to introduce ourselves, give an overview of the Workshop and discuss some of the locations we’ll be exploring and photographing, communicate start times for sunrise/morning shoots and sunset/blue hour. We'll conclude with a Q&A. We'll then get settled in our hotel rooms before heading out for an evening shoot. A group dinner will follow.

Day 2: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, afternoon exploration/shoot, sunset shoot, group dinner

Day 3: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, post processing, afternoon exploration/shoot, sunset shoot, group dinner

Day 4: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, hotel checkout in Freeport, drive to Camden, Maine and hotel checkin, explore Camden harbor, sunset shoot, group dinner 

Day 5: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, afternoon exploration/shoot, 1on1 image review, sunset shoot, group dinner

Day 6: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, afternoon exploration/shoot, 1on1 image review, sunset shoot, group dinner

Day 7: Sunrise/morning shoot, breakfast, group image review, debrief and Workshop end

Some of the beautiful locations on our list to explore and photograph during this Photo Tour:
Portland Head Light, Spring Point Lighthouse, Nubble Lighthouse, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Marshal Point Lighthouse, Five Islands, Back Cove, Cozy Harbor, Willard Beach overlook, New Harbor, Port Clyde, Rockport Harbor


What About Weather

If it’s raining, we’ll be out shooting. If it’s windy and stormy, we’ll be out shooting. Dramatic weather often makes for dramatic images. The only time we will not be out shooting is if it is determined that conditions are unsafe or considered by Bob or Jason to be un-shootable. Participants, of course, will always be free to remain in their hotel room to rest or edit images.