Learn to shoot like a pro from a pro! Learn the basics of composition or the intricacies on how to shoot for the photographic industry as photographers of all levels are welcomed. Join master photographer Salvatore Vasapolli as an understudy on one of his photography workshops located around the USA. Mr. Vasapolli has been both a regular contributor as well as a sponsored exhibit artist by Outdoor Photographer, Epson and Moab Paper. Much of his work has appeared on covers and publications of National Geographic, Audubon, Sunset, Backpacker, Outside Magazine...
Death Valley is more known for its extreme heat yet in March the valley's temperature is barely tepid: an enjoyable time for waking up in the early morning or that last shot of the sunset. Furnace Creek is our base for this event day trips. We will shoot salt plates near the lowest point on the continent and photograph Charcoal Kilns near its highest point. We will compose sultry sand dune shapes and shadows or track mysterious rocks that move in the wind. Some find out why some of the richest gold mined in the west never made a profit but contributed to one of America's most famous National Parks!
If the cold still lingers in your photo shutter fingers, sprung them into action shooting spring flower blooms in the desert of Anza Borrego Desert just above the Mexico border. Desert Big Horn Sheep rooms canyon walls and drink along with desert fauna and birds as Palm Trees tower above cool stream beds. Here are the best cactus gardens and the only location of Elephant Trees found in the US!
It's historical New Jersey workshop month here at Salvatore Vasapolli Photography. Capture the Continental Army of George Washington as the New Jersey Second Regiment reenacts its historical encampment in Jockey Hollow.
Discover how the newest national park, Great Falls of Paterson National Historical District promoted by Alexander Hamilton became our first industrial park as it manufactured silk, Colt 45's, submarines and locomotives under the second largest falls by volume river east of the Mississippi.
Visit the Historic Waterloo Village when transportation was either horse drawn or shipped as it was in the 1800's along the Morris Canal. All workshops are less then an hour from NYC or two hours or less from Philadelphia, PA. Take home delightful memories and beautiful images of America's historic past as you become a skillful photographic artist instructed by one of America's best known cameraman!
A description of these workshops can be found here: