PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS AT MAX PATCH
Lori is now offering individual instruction, photography workshops and winter photo tours in her own backyard: the Max Patch area of Pisgah National Forest. Private workshops and winter photo tours require a minimum of three people and are customized to the interests of the participants. Seasonal workshops are designed for photographers at all levels and include both classroom and field instruction in using light, composition, and technique to photograph the diverse and often chaotic environment of the Southern Appalachians. Tours focus entirely on photography in the field, where Lori photographs with you while offering limited instruction.
Both tours and workshops include lodging at one of Lori's vacation rentals, "Wiley's Place" or "Max Patch Retreat", situated on an open ridgetop in the heart of the Max Patch area. There, participants can photograph star trails from the deck or kick back in the hot tub after an exhilarating day in the field.
Private workshops usually start on a Friday afternoon and run through Sunday morning, but can be scheduled on other days.Winter photo tours are scheduled when snow is in the forecast and run two nights for the best chance of capturing beautiful snow and rime ice.
For more information, to schedule a workshop, or to sign-up for email notification of winter photo tours, please contact Lori Kincaid Photography.
Private Instruction: Contact Lori for full or half-day rates.
Private Workshop Tuition: $395, includes instruction, and two nights lodging.
Winter Photo Tour Tuition: $325, includes guide services, limited instruction, and two nights lodging.
Seasonal Workshop Tuition: $645, includes instruction, food and three nights lodging. Non-photographer spouses/companions are welcome at a reduced fee of $395 (includes food and lodging).
Fall Workshop, October 10 to 13, 2013. Max Patch is known as the 'crown jewel of the Appalachian Trail' for its 360 degree vistas, spectacular wildflower displays, and brilliant fall foliage. Lori will take you to some of her favorite locations for fall color including private lands not open to the general public where you can photograph dramatic vistas, intimate lanscapes, and intricate close-ups. You must be fit enough to hike a mile or more while carrying your camera gear.