The Olympic Peninsula and National Park

An Immersive Photography Workshop

Deadline August 13, 2017

The UNESCO designated Olympic National Park and the Pacific Northwest, hold incredible photographic opportunities. It features lush rainforests, waterfalls, mountainous wilderness, pristine sandy beaches with haystack formations and dramatic snow covered peaks leading into the sea. 

Join Profundo Journey's Cindy Horovitz Wilson and local Kingston, Washington based black and white landscape photographer John Abromowski for this coastal, rainforest, mountain, and (black and white optional) landscape photography workshop in this unique and unspoiled part of the world.

The workshop begins on Suquamish Island adjacent to Bainbridge Island, where we will jump off to explore Seattle and the local coast of Puget Sound, and finally to Olympic National Park. Highlights of the park include Hurricane Ridge, Cape Flattery, Ruby, Rialto and First Beach, the Hoh rainforest, countless waterfalls, lakes and rivers. 

In addition to individualized photography instruction, there will be demonstrations, slide shows and critique. As an added feature, students will optionally have access to film cameras and a complete black and white darkroom,  as well as computers and printers. 

 Dates: September 7 - 17, 2017

Tuition: $3150 per person double occupancy. Single occupancy add $1000. This includes nine nights lodging, entry fees, two dinners, personalized instruction.

For local residents not requiring lodging in Suquamish, the tuition is $2695 per person double occupancy.

Not included: airfare to Seattle, ground transportation, additional meals.

Level of experience: Working knowledge of your camera with a desire to learn new techniques and ways of seeing.

View Cindy's blog entry on the Hoh Rain Forest here:

View Cindy's blog entry on the coastal beaches of the Olympic here:

For more information and to register, contact:
Cindy Wilson: