- Dates: October 1-5, 2017
- Location: Bar Harbor, Maine
- Website: outofacadia.com
You’re invited to a one-of-a-kind experience with Out of Chicago to Acadia National Park! This event is unlike anything we’ve done before. You’ll learn, photograph and hang out with your favorite photographers for an unforgettable landscape photography experience. We’re limiting this exclusive event to 100 participants.
We’ve lined up three headline speakers and will be adding more speakers in the coming weeks. Colleen Miniuk-Sperry is the author of the award-winning “Photographing Acadia National Park” and three time artist-in-residence at the park. Bryan Peterson is the author of “Understanding Exposure” and one of our favorite instructors at the annual Out of Chicago Conference. Nick Page is the host of Tripod, the landscape photography podcast from Improve Photography. Each of these instructors brings a unique vision to their landscape photography and excels in helping other photographers do the same.
October 1st: Join us for a meet and greet reception and Colleen Miniuk-Sperry’s inspirational opening talk.
October 2nd-4th: You’ll choose a different instructor-led excursion every morning and evening. These will be lead by the instructors. Groups are limited to 10 students. During the day we will do presentations, break-out classes, critiques and post-processing sessions.
October 5th: Before heading home, we’ll have our closing presentation, share images, and say goodbye to all of the new friends we’ve made.
Included for attendees:
- One group meal per day, including a Maine Lobster Bake!
- Access to all presentations, sessions, excursions, critiques and panel discussions
The dates are Oct 1-5, 2017. We have blocks of rooms at the conference hotel for $179/night as well as less expensive options nearby.
We’ve designed this for all levels of photographers. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced landscape photographer, we promise that you’ll be a better photographer by the end of your time in Acadia.
Please tell your friends to join us, and use the hashtag #outofacadia on social media when sharing!