In the winter, the Crystal Coast of North Carolina is one of the few places where you can shoot sunrise and sunset over the ocean, and you’ll be there for it. Based in Emerald Isle, NC, oceanfront, we’ll photograph the coastal treasures of winter. The coast is rich with natural and nautical history – live oaks, salt marshes and tidal creeks, seaports, shrimp boats and other coastal and cultural subjects that make this area unique. During this workshop you’ll experience these and other amazing sights. Learn techniques for capturing scenes at the edges of the day, long exposures, capturing a sense of place and more.
Join Jamie Konarski Davidson and Nicole Deen and immerse yourself in a weekend of photography with oceanfront rooms, plenty of hands-on instruction in the field and classroom time to finetune what you’ve captured. Learn practical shooting techniques and creative approaches to simple scenes and how to work with the light you have. Winter is the quieter season. The Crystal Coast awaits. Visit www.newlifephotos.com to learn more.
Jamie Konarski Davidson is a freelance outdoor and nature photographer with a passion for capturing intimate details of nature and landscapes. From tiny creatures and flowers to rural and grand landscapes, Jamie connects with simple beauty as well as all things old and fading. She embraces creative techniques that include color, infrared and black and white. Through New Life Photos, Jamie leads workshops in the Southeast, including North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. To learn more, visit www.newlifephotos.com.
What is your “day” job?
I have a blend of jobs that connect various aspects of photography. New Life Photos is my photography business in which I lead workshops, present programs, and market my work through exhibits and art shows. I am also part of the ASAP Photo & Camera team in Greenville, North Carolina, where I coordinate classes and special events, social media/marketing, purchasing and sales. The best part of what I’m doing now is that I am able to share my passion for photography and nature with teaching and encouraging others in their photography ventures. Continue reading →