Tutka Bay Treasures Alaska Photography Workshop with Carl Johnson | May 26-30, 2017
Explore a target rich maritime environment with a spectacular blend of scenery, venue, award-winning cuisine, high caliber instruction, diversity of subject matter and ample opportunity to relax and enjoy yourself during this upscale Alaska photography workshop.
As Alaska photography workshops go, this one stands in a class by itself! Base camp is Tutka Bay Lodge, situated at the entrance to a pristine, seven-mile long fjord at the southern end of Kachemak Bay. It is accessible only by air or water taxi, departing from the port town of Homer, Alaska. The renowned lodge is owned and operated by Kirsten and Carl Dixon. Kirsten is one of Alaska's most high profile and celebrated chefs. The pristine environment provides expansive views of coastal scenery, craggy cliffs and sea stacks, temperate rainforest and tidal pools, and offers photographic opportunities ranging from landscape to macro.
Recommended Photography Gear
- Camera with manual settings
- Wide angle lens
- Zoom lens
- Macro lens
- Charged batteries and charger
- Multiple memory cards
- Sturdy Tripod
- Remote shutter release
Photography equipment rental available at Stewart's Photo Shop
This is a moderate activity that involves walking short distances on uneven terrain. Weather conditions may range from rain, wind, and sun, and temperatures from 45°F (7°C) to 70°F (21°C).
- Comfortable walking or hiking shoes with good traction
- Short and long sleeve shirts
- Fleece jacket
- Water/windproof outer shell
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