Costa Rica Photography Workshop with Peter Lorber
Arenal Volcano Region
17th February - 23rd February 2019
Journey with us to an exciting, new photography workshop in Costa Rica! We will explore the natural escapes this Central American country has to offer, all the while teaching you how to take the perfect pictures to document it.
This workshop is led by Peter Lorber, a master panoramic photographer, and Courtenay Gilbert, a professional photographer, post-production specialist. They will work with you to expand and improve your photography skills, show you how to set up your camera gear to get the technically best shot and get you to the perfect location at the best time to capture amazing images.
Start off your expedition at the unique Chayote Lodge near San Jose, surrounded by fragrant coffee bean plants and lush cloud forest greenery. Here you will visit Zarcero Park and meander through its exquisite topiary gardens. For more excitement, you’ll also hike to the largest waterfall in Costa Rica, El Toro Waterfall and capture the cascading waters. The trip will sure fire up when you travel through Arenal Volcano Region, dense with magnificent waterfalls and unique volcano landscapes. Keep your eyes open for sloths and frogs for some once in a lifetime wildlife shots!
After San Jose, you’ll venture to Nammbú Beachfront Bungalows in Puerto Carrillo where you’ll discover diverse protected habitats ranging from swamps to lagoons. With a guided boat trip along the Tempisque River, you’ll have another chance to spot exotic critters like mischievous monkeys and dinosaur-like iguanas. Taking a quick break from nature, you’ll wander through Guaitil, a small historical village filled with pottery and handmade crafts. Ending with a day by the waves, you will walk the Samara Beaches with plenty of opportunities to photograph the stellar coastal views.
Adventure awaits and there’s no telling what you’ll discover in Costa Rica, but with our expert team and Costa Rica’s infinite splendor, it’s sure to be a trip you’ll never forget.