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The Maine Lighthouse Museum presents Lighting the Way, a photography workshop taught by
two awarding-winning photographers, Shirley M. Whitenack and Richard E. St. Peter.

Where? Maine Lighthouse Museum, One Park Drive
Rockland, ME 04841 207-594-3301
www.mainelighthousemuseum.org

When?
Oct. 9 – 10:00 am-6:30 pm
Meet and greet at the Museum
Sign Waiver and Release of Liability
Review of camera mechanics
Dinner break (3:00 pm-4:30 pm)
Sunset photography

Oct. 10-12 – time varies from sunrise to after sunset (lunch and dinner breaks)

What’s included? Admission to Museum * Snacks, water, coffee, and tea
Binder of photographic information * Thumb drive * SWAG Bag *
Giveaways and discounts from vendors * Multiple and varied shooting locations
Group critiques and discussions * Continued support after workshop ends

What to bring? Bring your camera, lenses, accessories, digital media, instruction manual,
tripod (recommended but not required), a few good and “not so good” photos you have
taken, and a laptop (not required). Comfortable walking shoes. Dress in layers. Come
prepared for all types of weather.

How much? $600.00 Deposit of $150.00 to reserve spot. Payment in full by Sept. 9,
2019. You save $50.00 if paid in full by Aug. 9, 2019. No refunds after Sept. 9, 2019.

Group Size? Minimum: 5 Maximum: 10
Skill level? All skill levels are welcome.

Registration Form
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Mail to:
Maine Lighthouse Museum
   P.O. Box 1116
Rockland, Maine 04841
Or drop by the museum at One Park Drive in Rockland with your registration
For more information or to pay for the workshop call 207 594-3301