Photography by Pablo Ocampo

Photography Workshop

Photographing Landscape & Place
with Lee Anne White
August 9-11, 2018


The Artist

Lee Anne White is a photographer, writer and educator whose work has been published and exhibited in both solo and group shows, including 30 works on permanent display at Brenau University. She is the author and sole or principal photographer of ten books, including Closer to Nature: The Alluring Landscapes of Simmonds & Associates, The Mutable Sea: Reflections on Change, Patio & Pathway Ideas That Work, and Outdoor Kitchen Ideas That Work, as well as the editor and contributing photographer to many more.. She is the former editor-in-chief and a contributing photographer for Fine Gardening magazine and has photographed more than 75 features for magazines such as Fine Gardening, Organic Gardening, Garden Design, Kitchen Garden, Better Homes and Gardens, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Southern Home, Landscape Architecture, Country Gardens and Country Living. Lee Anne earned a masterís degree in creative studies at SUNY/Buffalo State and a bachelorís degree in journalism, broadcasting and commercial art at Brenau University. She is an instructor for The Maine Media Workshops, where she teaches botanical photography, and offers her own landscape, garden and botanical workshops on Amelia Island, in Santa Fe and in North Georgia.

To learn more about Lee Anne's work, please visit

Artist's Work

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The Workshop

What is landscape? And what elements of the landscape define a place and give it a sense of character? We'll explore these questions through discussions, extensive hands-on photography in the field and image reviews. This is a workshop about exploring, seeing and capturing a sense of place on Great Cranberry Island.

Essential gear:

Digital camera and manual
Laptop or tablet with software for processing/sharing images

Non-essential, but useful gear:

Lens range from wide angle to short/medium telephoto
Macro capabilities: macro setting on existing lens, screw-on macro filters or macro lens
Circular polarizing filter
Thumb drive for sharing images
Extra cards or small external drive for saving a backup of work

Notes: You should already be familiar with your camera and image-processing software. Manuals can be downloaded online if you do not have the original. There is no need to purchase any new gear for this workshop; you can work with what you have.

Other suggested items: Bug spray and sun screen, comfortable walking shoes, shoes for walking along water's edge, rain gear (just in case) and water bottle.


Application Fee: (deadline July 15)

$40 non-refundable.

Facility Fee* - deposit: (deadline due July 15)

$1,340 Includes Room-& board + boat fares to & from Island.

*Facility fee due July 15th to hold a place in this workshop. Refunds will only be issued if applicant withdraws before July 15 and the place is filled by another applicant on the wait list.
Any islander (GCI or Islesford) commuter/participants pay tuition only + a meal fee if they wish to eat with the group.

Tuition Fee: (deadline July 15)


Other Costs:

Mainland Parking: $10 per day (at an additional cost if needed)

Lee Anne White Workshop Payment Options

  • Application Fee: (deadline July 15):
  • $40.00
  • Facility Fee - deposit (deadline July 15):
  • $1,340.00
  • Tuition Fee (deadline July 15):
  • $960.00

MasterCard or Visa recommended for payment.