I love waterfalls!

Give me water cascading over rock ledges and I’m in photographer’s paradise. Over the last few weeks I’ve been spending as much time as I can scouting out and photographing waterfalls. All in preparation for my upcoming White Mountains Waterfalls Photography Workshop.

Do you like waterfalls?


If so, join me June 17th thru the 19th for 2+ days of waterfall photography adventure and instruction.

Over the course of the weekend we’ll head out bright and early each morning to capture a few of New Hampshire’s most spectacular waterfalls, followed by a mid day break for image review, some post processing tips, lunch and some much needed rest.

Then, it’s back out to do it all over again for the afternoon and into the evening.


Be prepared to get wet and make some great photos!

I’ll be going over how I decide on composition.

Using long exposure to give en ethereal look to the flowing cascade.

Camera settings that I guarantee will make your life easier.

During the post processing sessions I’ll be going over my workflow from import to final image using Adobe Lightroom and the full suit of Nik Collection by Google creative plugins.

Your investment for 2+ days of waterfall magic in some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable is $725*

Space is very limited so I may provide the utmost in personalized attention to each attendee. Please use the Contact form for any questions or to reserve your spot today!

*Meals and lodging not included. Transportation during the workshop is included.


9 thoughts on “Waterfall Wednesday

  1. Jeff – Gorgeous waterfall images. I do love waterfalls and I would love to attend your workshop but New Hampshire is a little too far for me. If you ever decide to do anything in the New Jersey area, let me know. While away with my husband in Sedona, AZ last week, I attended a 3 hour workshop and it was well worth the experience. Not only did I learn new techniques, the photographer was a terrific nature guide – taking me and my husband to places with amazing views of the red rock scenery.

    1. That’s half of what I do. I spend the time and effort finding great locations so you don’t have to. I do teach a lot of techniques, but I’ve been more of a tour guide to most of my clients.

      If only I knew anything about New Jersey, I’d be happy to come down. Though at this point you’d be the one leading me around.

      So if you ever decide to vacation in NH, you know who to call. 😊

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