Join Cheryl for a Hamptons/Barrier Island Photo Workshop on August 24th from 5:00-7:30 PM. You’ll visit some of Cheryl’s favorite picturesque and unforgettable off-the-beaten-track locations guaranteed to awe and inspire. This Hampton Barrier Photo Workshop will cover beach and bay explorations from East Quogue to Shinnecock. You’ll travel to areas inaccessible to nonresidents or Southampton Township. In addition to seeing beautiful vistas and learning to capture poetic scenics and wildlife, Cheryl’s lessons focus on camera technique, lens selection, composition, and the art of seeing. This off the beaten track Hamptons Barrier photo workshop is the best way to see nature in its raw splendor. The Barrier Islands, in general, are constantly changing land formations, influenced by the tides, weather, and the wind. See for yourself a magical kingdom.
Hamptons Barrier Island Photo Workshop August 24th, 5-7:30 PM
Registration now, class limited to five participants
Can’t make this date?
Social gathering and casual workshop photo review/sharing at a restaurant near the Shinnecock Canal (an additional cost per meal) directly following the photo workshop.
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Where to Meet
We will meet in the parking lot of Sundays, 396 Dune Road, Hampton Bays, NY 11946
Who should join the Hamptons Barrier Island Photo Workshop – (East Quogue, Hampton Bays, and Shinnecock areas?)
Join Cheryl if you are interested in learning how to become a better photographer. Learn how to use your camera to capture awesome photographs. All camera formats are welcome, from DSLR cameras, to point and shoot, to smartphones.
“The camera teaches you to see without the camera.”
What others are saying
“Cheryl’s photo workshops are one of the best things I have done. She is an amazing teacher… I have enjoyed two photo workshops and can’t wait for the next time I can join her.”
“Egrets and Ospreys.
Sandals without Feet,
and Feet in Hunter Sandals.
Catamarans deserted by the Dock.
Biker Boys on Cell Phones.
Fishing Poles without Fishermen.
And Rose Hips in the Sand.
If you are anywhere within a decent car, train or bus ride of Westhampton, New York, get in touch with +Cheryl Machat Dorskind and join her for one of her safaris. Cheryl teaches photography online, mentoring photography students all over the world. She is also a portrait photographer, a master at hand-painting photographs, and a published author.I had a great time and wanted to pitch a tent on the beach, roast marshmallows and fall asleep under the stars. I would go back tomorrow if I could. I would love to do one in the Fall, in the Winter, in the Springtime.”
“Thank you for a great workshop last Sat. I had a wonderful time. Not only did we visit some beautiful and unique landscapes but it gave me an opportunity to explore my own photography skills. I learned what a difference a polarizing filter can make! I am very pleased with my results and loved the relaxed, supportive feel of the workshop. Thanks again for a great day. I slept well that night! 🙂
“I learned on the shoot that a DOF (Depth of Field) app was available for my iPhone; and I downloaded it and Cheryl instructed me on how to use it for my D7000. It’s very helpful and I will continue to use it in the future. Cheryl also instructed us on which filters to use for different lighting situations and my neutral density filter was extremely useful that day. It filtered out strong sunlight and preserved detail in my photo and my pictures were not overexposed. Thank you, Cheryl, for your time and expertise on this shoot.”
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