Capture the autumnal beauty of Martha’s Vineyard in this three-part photography course with Tim DeWitt. Each class takes place at a different scenic Trustees location on Martha’s Vineyard, allowing participants to learn, practice, and perfect their landscape photography skills. A Trustees guide will direct the hike route, while Tim will support the creative exploration of participants. Students can look forward to personalized direction and critique as they solidify their creative vision in landscape photography.
REQUIREMENTS This workshop is open to all levels of experience and any type of camera, though 35mm is preferable. Instruction and pace will vary based on class dynamics and participant needs. Each class will be approximately 2 to 3 miles of walking over medium to difficult terrain including soft sand, packed dirt, and loose rocks. Please plan to bring: sun protection, sturdy walking shoes, insect/tick protection, and water/snack. Participants may get their feet wet, if the best shot requires stepping into the water.
***Please note that each date/location requires separate purchasing. When purchasing tickets, make sure that you are purchasing for the date/location you are able to attend. To register for a class at a different location, click on the name below and search for the date of the class.***
SAT SEPT 9 Menemsha Hills: glacial hills, vernal pools, coastal plains, and 308-foot Prospect Hill.
SAT OCT 21 Long Point Wildlife Refuge: sandplain grasslands, barrier beach, and pine barren forests.
SAT NOV 18 Wasque, Chappaquiddick Island: barrier beach breach, sandplain grasslands, and brackish marsh. Includes van pick-up and drop-off at Chappy point. On the ticketing form, please indicate if you require van pick-up.
ABOUT TIM Tim DeWitt’s photography is a reflection of his deep love for Martha’s Vineyard and its breathtaking beauty. As a child, he spent countless hours exploring the island and discovering its hidden treasures. Today, it’s a place where he can fully express and develop his creativity through his photography. His process focuses on the interplay between light and color in the landscape. You can find out more about Tim by visiting his website.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo credit: Tim DeWittRegister