Dramatic Coastline, Crashing Waves, and Sea Stacks
Join Muench Workshops pros Greg Vaughn and Michael Strickland as we capture the drama of the changing seasons of the southern Oregon coast during a time of year with few tourists and wild weather. On this photo workshop you will learn how to capture the movement of the crashing waves in various forms, how to use neutral density filters to compose dreamy long exposure photography, and compose within rolling coastal sand dunes. We will spend time exploring the fascinating beaches with drift wood, eroded rocks, and streams. If the weather permits we'll rise early and teach those willing the art of night photography, and how to use your cameras to capture pin point stars. We have reserved space for image reviews, where you will learn the craft and art of cropping, processing and editing in Adobe Lightroom. Pack your rubber boots, because you'll be spending some time out near the moving water over the large Oregon beaches.
October 13–19, 2019
Itinerary and General Information
October 13, 2019: Meet at our hotel in Eugene, Oregon for dinner and discussion.
October 14, 2019: Depart early for Coos Bay. You will visit the dramatic Cape Areago for both sunset as well as possible sunrise the following morning.
October 15–16, 2019: There are multiple locations to photograph and explore near Bandon, including the Oregon Dunes and the Coquille River Light. Sunrises at Bandon Beach, breakfast then image review with post processing lessons will be offered with the times flexible since we have our own space reserved. This gives us maximum flexibility to take advantage of the conditions.
October 17–18, 2019: The Oregon coast near Brookings is one of the more stunning regions in all of the West coast. You will have ample time to explore some of Greg's favorite locations, and at the best times. Plan on spending time near the sea stacks and large sandy beaches.
October 19, 2019: Checkout and early morning visit to the giant Redwoods just across the border in California. Drive back to Eugene for flights departing as early as 5:00 PM.
What to Bring and How to Prepare for Your Workshop
Please see our How To Prepare For Your Workshop page now for guidelines on workshop prep, gear, and packing. Approximately 90 days before your workshop, you will be sent a PDF with more specific instructions.
- Double occupancy lodging (Single available, just ask)
- All meals, soft drinks and snacks during the workshop
- All transportation during workshop
Photographic guiding and instruction from Greg Vaughn and Michael Strickland
Image reviews, post-processing instruction
Fun, inspiration, and a great time!