Monterey Coast & Point Lobos Seascape Workshop with Dave Henry

December 13–15, 2013
Pre-trip Orientation: Saturday, December 7, 2013 4-5pm at KSP Gallery


Central California’s Monterey coast is one of the most beautiful places to visit in California. Artists began moving to the area over a hundred years ago because it offered inspirational natural beauty while being close to a major metropolitan area.The fresh salt air will stimulate your senses waiting for a sunset or that perfect crashing wave. Early morning mist envelops the cypress trees at Point Lobos State Reserve and the late evening sun paints the shore with a deep orange tint.

Jellyfish in the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CATo understand what’s beneath the water, we’ll visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium and photograph the famous Jellyfish and Open Sea exhibits using high ISO light gathering and fast wide-angle lenses.

Our objective is to heighten your perception of the natural scene, stimulate your compositional eye and give you the necessary tools to anticipate quick decisions in the field in order to respond to changing conditions.

Pounding surf at Point Lobos State Park.There will be numerous lenses including: super wides, telephoto, macro and Tilt–Shift lenses available for your use. There will also be a limited selection of loaner cameras from Canon for those non-Canon owners attending the workshop.

Pre-trip orientation meeting December 7 4:00-5:00pm at the Keeble & Shuchat Gallery. Meals, Lodging and transportation not included. For more information or to reserve space in this workshop, contact Dave Henry at

Our instructor, Dave Henry is a Canon freelancer and professional photographer and has been widely published for over 30 years in just about every medium you can think of.

Early in his career he worked for a couple of camera companies, including Canon, and has spent the last 27 years as a photographer at The Sacramento Bee newspaper.

For over 30 years he has taught seminars and led photography workshops all over the world and covered assignments on five continents. He’s an early pioneer in digital photography as one of the first two photographers at The Bee to convert to digital in 1990.

His commercial work ranges from architectural, aerial, advertising, editorial, food and commercial photography to his personal work in landscapes. We are sure you will enjoy his warm, energetic and engaging style.