Oregon Coast Photography Tour
“Steve has had the biggest impact on my photography in the last 40 years. He’s a Pro, an Artist and an Educator.” Tom Hart, Ashland, Ohio
The Oregon Coast is a land of wide, sandy beaches, rugged headlands, eroded sea stacks, teeming tide pools, and some of the most famous marine views in the country. If you are a photographer looking for spectacular seascapes with steep cliffs dropping into churning surf on rocky beaches, the the Oregon Coast is the place you should visit. Bring a macro lens for the incredibly diverse marine and plant life, a telephoto for the sea birds, whales, and sea lions, and the lighthouses. Be sure to also bring a wide-angle for the magnificent seascapes.
We'll meet up in Portland, Ore., and from there depart for Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia River. During the tour we will work our way down the coast photographing lighthouses, seabirds, rugged cliffs, and small seaside towns. With luck we may spot some whales. Wildflowers are usually in bloom as we get further south. The places we will visit have fabulous names like Cape Falcon, Cape Foulweather, Cape Lookout, Heceta, and Yaquina.
We will stay each night at a local motel in one of the many charming seaside towns. The first night in Cannon Beach, then Cape Kiwanda, Florence, and back to Lincoln City. On the final day we will photograph the area around Lincoln City and Otter Crest, then head back to Portland.
Dates: June 7 to 11, 2021
Locations: From Astoria to Florence (pickup in Portland)
Tuition: $950 per person
Accommodations Package: $850 (single or double)
Limited to 10 participants
Participants who have been on other workshops receive a discount.
Accommodation Package (single or double): $1050
Limited to: 10 participants
Former participants who have been on one of Steve's workshops receive a 5% discount.
Transportation during the workshop
Photography instruction in the field and image critiques provided by Steve Anchell.
Travel to Portland
Activities outside the workshop
All meals except those noted
All participants must have been vaccinated for COVID-19. Masks may be required depending on current CDC guidelines.
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