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New England photo tour with Jim Zuckerman

October 7 - 14, 2012

Jim Zuckerman Vermont Tour October 2012


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New England in autumn is magnificent.  It’s visual overload — you travel through a fantasyland of outrageous color, and it’s so beautiful you hardly know where to begin photographing.  Come join me on this photo tour to explore some of Vermont and New Hampshire’s most beautiful villages, vistas, and famous landmarks surrounded by the reds, yellows, and oranges of autumn.  We will take pictures of classic New England churches, historic covered bridges, grist mills, red barns, and historic cemeteries carpeted in leaves.  In addition, I will help you get stunning landscape shots and classically beautiful closeups of nature’s details.  This is a trip you won’t want to miss. We will have two critique sessions, and in the field I will help you with composition and exposure.  Of course, Photoshop is always part of the equation now, and we will photograph many subjects with later manipulation in mind.  You will be working on your pictures of New England long after the trip is over.

You will need to travel to Boston on October 7, but the tour officially starts on October 8 where we leave Boston for New Hampshire and Vermont.  The night in Boston is not included.  It is recommended to stay in the Hyatt Harborside in Boston because of the beautiful view of the city, but you can stay anywhere you choose.  We will leave from Boston at 11am.


Highlights of the trip:

Slowe, Vermont

Owl’s Head viewpoint

Groton Resevoir

Peacham, Vermont

Madame Sherri Castle, New Hampshire

Moss Glen Falls, Vermont

Jenne Farm

Covered bridges in West Arlington, Vermont

Classic red round barn in Barnet

Picturesque gristmill in Guildhall

Fall color everywhere

Tour price: $2645.  Includes all ground transportation from Boston, six night’s lodging, all breakfasts, the welcome and farewell dinners, and instruction.  Not included is transportation costs to Boston (meeting point is Logan Airport), lunches, five dinners, incidentals, and alcohol.

A deposit of $1000 is required to secure a space on this trip.  For an application form, a detailed itinerary, and a recommended list of items to bring on the trip (including camera equipment) please contact me directly:

Single supplement:  $910