Chris Golson’s Pacific Coast Photography Workshop

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Few could accuse the  Chris Golson Pacific Coast Photography Adventures workshop of being more of the same.  Billed as  “A digital photography workshop in Half Moon Bay, California featuring an airborne safari in a Zeppelin over San Francisco…“, the workshop is all-inclusive and offers participants a view to shoot that many others don’t, to say the very least.  If you’re interested in aerial photography and unique experiences, this three day workshop in September might be for you. See more information about the workshop, led by instructors such as acclaimed Dutch photographer Dirk Karsten and Silicon Valley photographer Chris Golson after the jump…

(image and workshop info via www.chrisgolson.com/workshop)

A new way of seeing things

A sumptuous, all-inclusive workshop…
Led by a master photographer and a photographer teacher who put it all together… Set in a seaside town with hauntingly beautiful coastline vistas… Featuring an airborne seminar in one of the world’s only new Zeppelin airships… Chris Golson Pacific’s Coast Photography Adventures offers a luxurious and unique experience designed to deepen the practical skills and artistic groundings of the aspiring intermediate digital photographer. This three-day, three-night workshop is open to a maximum of 10 students, to ensure that each participant gets plenty of one-on-one instruction.

A workshop for the eye, mind and your enjoyment

Your instructors are acclaimed Dutch photographer Dirk Karsten, whose career includes work for companies like Mercedes, American Express, Heineken and Sony, and who has been the recipient of major awards bestowed from 28 countries; and Chris Golson, a Silicon Valley photographer, technologist and leader of many years of local workshops. Your lodging will be at the Seal Cove Inn, a luxurious and secluded bed & breakfast near Half Moon Bay, CA, an intimate coastal town whose natural features afford spectacular conditions for outdoor photography.

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