This field trip is dependent on weather.
Follow along with acclaimed photographer Mark Cohen on an exciting field trip to a South Florida fishing village with endless possibilities to photograph unique images of various seascapes. Capture views of the bay, docks, boats, a net camp, reflections, traps, buoys and many other natural scenes, including birds and local wildlife. He will be sharing his vast knowledge of photography with all attendees and answer questions about scenic and landscape photography. It is an early morning class intended to capture the subtleties of light and color set to the natural background of the Cortez Fishing Village.
About Mark Cohen -
Mark Cohen has had one person exhibitions at South Florida Museum, Florida Maritime Museum, Conservation Foundation, and Arts and Cultural Alliance. In addition, his photographic images have been published in magazines, national and local, and in books. Museums, corporations, and private collections own many of his works.
Field Trip Fee – $75 - You can pay day of the event cash or check. To pay by credit card please call Johnson PhotoImaging (941)[masked] during normal store hours.
Meeting Place – We will meet in the parking lot of Florida Maritime Museum. From there we will drive to various locations already picked out by Mark Cohen.
Refunds – This is a rain or shine event. However, If the event is cancelled then a refund will be issued.
Equipment - This is depending on weather. So, come prepared. Bring bug spray, water, and a good pair of walking shoes. Recommended camera gear – tripod, a camera with manual settings, ND filters, circular polarizers. Lens recommendations – a decent wide-angle, a moderate telephoto and filters. Variable lenses that have an effective focal length between[masked] are an excellent compromise. This is an opportunity to stretch your skills with your current gear and see what you can create.
Class duration may vary, somewhat, from the designated time - depending on group size, and group involvement. The class has an active participation part and expects full interaction with each student. The goal is for everyone to learn, create and enjoy.