Let the water flow . . . after breakfast

A month from this coming Saturday should be a great day for photography . . .  especially if you enjoy photographing streams and waterfalls. I know a lot can change in a month. Still, as spring warms, snow melts and the rains fall . . .  it’s looking good.

A month from Saturday is May 5 and that’s the day for the long awaited Waterfalls and Streams of Central New York photography workshop. This is a special workshop on my calendar each year in part because it was the first workshop I ever offered. Still, what really makes it special are the waterfalls like Bucktail Falls, Carpenter Falls, Chittenango Falls, Cow Sheds Falls , Tinker Falls and streams such as Nine Mile Creek, Butternut Creek and all those below the many waterfalls.

Pretty much anyone can take a pretty picture “of” a Central New York stream or waterfalls. The challenge is creating a photography with meaning, an expressive image “about” the waterfalls or stream you are visiting.

That begins, at least at this workshop, at breakfast. Oh, I haven’t mentioned that May 5th begins with breakfast have I. Or that we’ll be meeting at the Valley Inn on Route 20 (2574 Cherry Valley Tnpk), Marcellus, NY and breakfast (at 7 am) has just been added to the day’s agenda(free to all participants). It’s where we begin our photography for the day, exploring the challenge of seeing our creative, expressive and artful photos of CNY waterfalls and streams . . . before we press our shutter release buttons.

There’s still room to register if you haven’t done so yet. Just click here: Register Now.