Photograph the beautiful White Mountains and the Northern forest during peak fall foliage. This is one of New England's most scenic places. We will be visiting several locations. We will photograph autumn waterfalls, rivers, great mountain vistas, covered bridges, and many more subjects.
Different sections of the White Mountain peaks at different times so experience and planning is critical. You also have to know how to avoid the crowds during peak traffic season. He will put you in the right spot in the right time to help you produce top quality images. Also the foliage peaks at different times at different elevations. So it is critical to know the timing of which areas peak first to last. I am amazed at the number of tours that go out past peak foliage.
As a resident of New England, John has been photographing and exploring the White Mountains for several years. He is a professional photographer who know the area inside out. John will take you to some well known locations and also visit several secret spots.
Price: $595 per person
Instruction, and Transportation
Our groups are small in size and are limited to 6 people. This group size allows for flexibility in our plans if interesting and unexpected photo opportunities present themselves. Also it will allow us to work with each participate to provide complete, informative, helpful lessons. This also ensures that no question is left unanswered.
Transportation: Transportation from hotel to field locations is included.
Lodging: A block of room is reserved under Slonina Photography with a discount rate for our participants.
Host Hotel:Town and Country Motor Inn: (800) 325-4386
The hotel is based in Gorham, NH which allows us to avoid peak fall traffic and long restaurant lines. http://www.townandcountryinn.com/
Estimated price $84 night.
Participants are not required to stay there. There a numerous lodging and camping options with different price ranges.
John Slonina is a professional full time nature photographer who has been photographing the nature for over 25 years. His work has been published in many books, magazines, and calendars. He uses photography as a way to teach people about natural history. His mission is to promote knowledge of North America and it's ecosystems. You will receive education not just in photo technique, but also in the natural world. Understanding the natural world not only increases your appreciation of nature but also helps you become a better nature photographer. John hopes his photography will inspire you to enjoy and protect nature. Join us on a wild photo adventure.