This ain’t your grandma’s tourist workshop!

Join me in New York City an engaging weekend of photography.


When:   Friday May 19, 2017 thru Monday May 22, 2017 –  Itinerary subject to change

What:   Photography workshop and hands-on shooting experience in New York. We’ll hit some off-the-beaten-path places and some exclusive, special-access spots as well.

  • Dead Horse Bay
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard
  • Woolworth Building
  • Top of the Rock
  • The Lowline
  • A grand tour with Frank Jump of Harlem
  • The Cloisters
  • And more, TBA!

Details: We will depart on Friday morning from Union Station, and return on Monday evening.

What’s included: Hotel in Times Square (double occupancy), train fare from Washington, D.C., admission to all sites

What’s not: meals, subway card, cabs, incidentals

What to bring: Camera, tripod (optional), lots of memory cards and extra batteries, laptop computer (if desired), rain gear (and something to cover your camera in case it does rain! Rain will not stop us!), good walking shoes. Some activities require closed toe shoes.

Price: $1049, price effective until 5/1/17

5 Comments Add Yours

  1. Eric Brown

    I had a great time, this was my second trip with Liz and it was well worth it. You get access to locations that the public does not have access too: Grand Central and Ellis Island to name a few. If you want to see New York City in a different way, with other like minded photographers then sign up for the next trip, you won’t regret it. Just make sure you bring good walking shoes!!!

  2. Cindy Vasko

    I am a repeat customer for this NYC workshop. Several of the locations on the itinerary are not the usual NYC sites and that is one of the reasons this workshop is distinctive, as well as spending quality time with fellow photographers. In addition to having special access to some sites, the workshop is divided into multiple slices, and allows one to hone their photographic skills of night, low-light, landscape, macro and street photography, to name a few. With the photo playground in the city that never sleeps, one enjoys lots of exploring, lots of imaging, and lots of fun.

  3. John Rodgers

    Never a dull moment on this adventure! I went last summer and was impressed by the variety of sites, wonderful accommodations and excellent itinerary. Some of the highlights for me: Coney Island, The HighLine, old painted signs tour, “secret” Grand Central Station. Great group and a fun time. Good value too!

  4. Lonny

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  5. Melony

    This is a great trip and I would recommend it to anyone. Lots of neat things to see.


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