Come join me for these intimate waterfall workshops at Ricketts Glen state park. These weekend workshops will teach you how to master water/waterfall photography. Many workshop to this area call themselves small yet take 6-8 people or more per instructor. The area is not well suited to that many people at the same location and doesn’t allow for the same personalized attention and instruction I will give you.The workshop is a bit strenuous although you will only need to physically be able to walk downhill. The trails can be treacherous at times; so don’t underestimate your ability! You should plan to get wet and carry your gear…no rolling bags on this workshop. The workshop starts early on Saturday on one side of the loop trail covering about 10 waterfalls. On Sunday we will cover the other half of the trail starting at the top once again. This is not a photoshop or processing workshop but concentrates on taking time at each waterfall. The spring workshop should provide us excellent flow and lush spring greenery. I will wear high top sneakers or boots so I can go into the water to get the best possible vantage point. Bring gear to protect yourself and the equipment, as this workshop is rain or shine. Pack a lunch and water as well because we will be photographing most of the day. I will provide you with some specific gear instructions once you sign up for the tour but a sturdy tripod is an absolute must! This intimate workshop is limited to 4 people to allow me to provide individualized instructions and maximize your photographic opportunities. Don’t be fooled by Meetup’s or workshops that take groups of 10 or much more. The cost is $700 for both days. Lodging, transportation and meals are not included although I will give recommendations for all. Below is a sample of images that you can expect to get.