Announcing two different waterfall photography experiences.

tama falls deep within the White Mountain National Forest
Tama Falls, located in the Appalachia region of the White Mountains.

From a single day waterfall tour of the Crawford Notch region of New Hampshire, to a multi-day fully instructional waterfall photography workshop, I’ve got a waterfall experience for you.

First up, 8 waterfalls in a day.

Ripley Falls, one of the 8 wonderful waterfalls on the Crawford Notch Waterfall Tour.

Join me on Saturday, June 1st as we visit 8 waterfalls, all located within New Hampshire’s Crawford Notch. From the spectacular Arethusa Falls, the tallest continuously flowing waterfall in New Hampshire, to hidden gems slightly off the beaten path.

While not a true waterfall photography workshop, the Crawford Notch Waterfall Tour is for the waterfall enthusiast interested in visiting as well as photographing some of New Hampshire’s most beautiful waterfalls. Along the way I’ll be sharing many of my favorite techniques for capturing the beauty of waterfalls. For more info, or to sign up for this waterfall adventure, click HERE.

When a single day just won’t do.

sabbaday falls in dappled sunlight
Sabbaday Falls, White Mountain National Forest, NH.

For those who may be interested in really stepping up their waterfall photography, I’ll be leading a 2 1/2 day full fledged waterfall photography workshop on the weekend of June 21st – June 23rd.

This could be you!

This workshop will cover everything from setting up a unique composition to post processing using Lighroom and several creative plugins to achieve your final image.

I’ll go over my favorite techniques for capturing the beauty of falling water. I’ll talk about the importance of a good tripod. I’ll demonstrate why I never leave home without a quality circular polarizing filter, and so much more.

Thompson falls pinkham notch new hampshire
Getting wet for unique compositions. One of the many techniques I use for better waterfall images.

This workshop is open to the experienced and the beginner alike. If you’re interested in photographing waterfalls there’s no better place to do int than the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

crystal cascade waterfall pinkham notch
Just a short hike away!

Join me as I assist you in making the waterfall images you’ve always wanted. Click HERE for more details or to reserve your spot today.

14 thoughts on “Waterfalls Anyone?

  1. I will never tire of your waterfall photos. They are simply stunning!! I also wanted to let you know that I am still looking at each and every one of your posts, but for some reason I am having trouble “liking” posts lately. I click on “like” and it does nothing.

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