Tom Mackie announces New England workshop

The American Dream – Fabulous Photography in the Fall with Tom Mackie

April 6 2009 – Tom Mackie Images, a leader in photography and photographic training is pleased to introduce to its training and workshop portfolio a new landscape and architectural event on 5th – 14th October 2009. Taking place in Tom’s native USA this event will enable you to capture one of America’s finest photographic locations – New England.

This unique event brings together colour, architecture, coastline, wildlife, mountains and much more – there really is something for everyone. Tom will be working and supporting the group with knowledge and super cool ideas for imaginative images.

Discovering with Tom how to capture natural, innovative images on location you will learn how to achieve the type of images normally associated with travel magazines and front cover shots.

“This event will appeal to anyone interested in creating stunning photography that is exciting and full of vibrant colour.

“However, New England is not just about colour in the Fall, the group and I will be exploring the superb coastline with its beautiful and quaint fishing villages, boats and the majestic lighthouses of Maine.

“We will also visit Acadia National Park and the classic villages of Vermont with their tall white painted churches and covered bridges commented Tom Mackie.”

Set to be one of the most popular overseas landscape events this year, this event will inspire your imagination and provide you with the trip of a lifetime!

Tom Mackie photographic events are renowned for there exclusivity as they are designed for very small groups of attendees. This event therefore has limited places so if you are interested in receiving rewarding advice and images you should contact +44 (0)1603 465 292 / to book your place.

If you are interested in other photographic training workshops and events please also call to discuss.


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