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Coastal Vision II - An Artist's Journey with David duChemin and Dave Brosha

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250 Long Creek Rd

New Dominion, PE C0A 1H6

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COASTAL VISION PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Join renowned photographer, humanitarian, and visionary David duChemin and respected Canadian photographer, writer, and educator Dave Brosha for three one-of-a-kind days exploring the art and vision behind creating images that resonate. Held in an incredibly unique venue - a 125+ year old barn set amongst the scenic rolling hills of rural Prince Edward Island - this photography event will go beyond your standard photography workshop to challange participants to discover what their voice is in photography, and what truly makes an image with impact.

Through a module-style structure of primarily indoor learning (with occasional outdoor assignments) combining teaching, discussion, critiques, and honesty, the two Davids will lead participants through three days that is sure to inspire.

Dates: July 23-25, 2018

Number of participants: 20

Cost: $1450 + 15% HST + Eventbrite Fee

(Note: workshop fee only; accomodations and meals at participant expense - we can suggest numerous near-by options including beautiful cottages, hotels, and even scenic campgrounds. Long Creek is located approximately 15 minutes outside Charlottetown.)

Itinerary

Here’s a sample schedule of what you can expect (please note that the finer details are subject to change as we finalize everything):

Monday July 23th 2018

9AM - noon / Introductions + Talks/Slideshows

1PM - 4PM / Talks + Presentations, con't

4PM-7PM / Dinner Break

7PM-9:30PM / Evening photography assignments, off-site


Tuesday July 24th 2018

9AM - noon / Talks + Presentations

1PM - 4PM / Talks + Presentations, con't

4PM-7PM / Dinner Break

7PM-9:30PM / Evening photography assignments, off-site

Wednesday July 25th 2018

8AM - 10AM / Group breakfast

10AM-noon / Open Editing Time/One-on-One Instruction

1PM-4PM / Group Critique + Slideshow

6PM / (Optional) Group dinner + drinks at nearby restaurant

Talk subjects will be wide-ranging, and cover topics including Composition, Visual Design, How To Give (and Receive) A Critique, Storytelling, Creativity, Shooting For Self (Not Social Media), The Photojournalist' Soul, The Art of the Slideshow and more.


The itinerary is subject to change based on weather conditions, among other factors.


What to expect

The workshop is suitable for participants of all levels of experience in photography. Most locations will be readily accessible from the road, although we may hike short distances on occasion.

This event focuses on photography as a whole without limiting itself to a specific genre. Talks will be focused primarily on vision and the artistic process of creating images although there will be some technical discussion as well.

What to Bring

This will be a "rain or shine" event. Weather in July on Prince Edward Island is generally beautiful but there is, of course, the chance of rain storms, wind, bugs, and hot, hot sun. Please come prepared, accordingly, for all weather conditions.

Please bring:
• suitable and comfortable clothing, which you can layer

• appropriate footwear
• a headlamp or flashlight (we will be in pre-dawn darkness for one morning)
• your own camera equipment (preferably DSLR, which allows manual control of shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings; bring the fastest lens you have)
• a sturdy tripod
• a laptop for editing (with editing software, preferably Adobe)


Transportation To and Around Prince Edward Island

The price of the workshop does not include transportation. Participants will need to arrange car rentals or carpooling with other workshop participants. After the workshop fills, we will create a private Facebook group to allow participants to connect with each other.


Park Pass

A portion of the workshop may be held in Prince Edward Island National Park. The price of the workshop does not include a park pass. You will need to purchase a park pass when you arrive at the entrance to the park. For more information on Parks Canada passes, see http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/tarifs-fees/tarif-fee_E.asp?park=517

Payment and Cancellation Policy

A $750+tax non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot, with final payment due by March 15th.
Spots are non-refundable but are transferrable (i.e. if the the participant is able to find someone else to take their spot and can sell/transfer the spot to a new participant, this is acceptable).

You can pay the full amount up-front, too, should you choose.

For any additional questions, please contact any of the event organizers:

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