The Charming Charleston Photographic Workshop

The Charming Charleston
Photographic Workshop


 A Southern Weekend Photographic
Opportunity Not To Be Missed

Saturday May 5th, 8 am
Sunday May 6th, 9 pm

Arrive in time for a group dinner on the evening of Friday, May 4th.
Stay in the Mt. Pleasant area for much less expensive hotel rates.
I will recommend the hotel I am staying at
as soon as I make that determination.

A Fun-Filled Two Days of Traveling Back in Time
While Enjoying Incredible Photographic Opportunities,
Education, Group, and One-On-One Mentoring

At this workshop, there will be many wonderful breathtaking sites to capture as you are taught how to create some amazing images. Highlights of this photographic dream-come-true include:

*Historic Downtown Charleston, recognized throughout the world for its charm that directly results from preserved history, its natural beauty, and its friendly and welcoming people.

*Middleton Place and the grounds of a National Historic Landmark and home to America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens. The Garden Club of America has called these 65 acres “the most important and most interesting garden in America.”

*Boone Hall Plantation, founded in 1681 when Englishman Major John Boone came to Charleston and established a lucrative plantation and gracious home on the banks of Wampacheone Creek. The family and descendants of Major Boone were influential in the history of South Carolina, the colonies and the nation. The McRae family is proud to present that history, covering over 330 years, on a daily basis.

*The City Market, or Centre Market, is a historic market complex downtown. Established in the 1790s, the market stretches for four city blocks from the architecturally-significant Market Hall, which faces Meeting Street, through a continuous series of one-story market sheds, the last of which terminates at East Bay Street. The Market Hall has been described as a building of the “highest architectural design quality.” The entire complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Market Hall and Sheds and was further designated a National Historic Landmark.

*Night photography of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, a cable-stayed bridge over the Cooper River, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. The eight lane bridge satisfied the capacity of U.S. Route 17 when it opened in 2005 to replace two obsolete cantilever truss bridges. The bridge has a main span of 1,546 feet, the third longest among cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere.

*The Folly Beach Pier, at 25-feet wide and 23-feet above sea level, the pier is the second longest on the east coast and offers not only spectacular views, but a variety of fishing tournaments, special events, and dining.

*And of Course Much More

**All Inclusive Workshop Fee and
All Entrance Fees: $1099

Early Bird Special If You Book
Prior to March 31st: $799

THAT’S $300 OFF!!

This Event is Limited to ONLY 8 Photographers
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** All inclusive workshop fee includes all training materials, group and one-on-one instruction as needed,
image reviews, and all entrance fees and permit fees.
All Workshop Payments are Non-Refundable. This Workshop Will Go On Regardless of Weather. All Materials created for these web pages,
including graphics, text, and photographs are the property of David M. Blecman. Reproduction, manipulation of images,
publication of any sort without the express written permission of David M. Blecman is illegal. All photos ©2018