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Macro Photography Workshop Costa Rica

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Workshop Information
  • Dates: May 14-24, 2019 (7 openings)
  • Cost: $4,995
  • Deposit: $750
  • Participants: 8

Can’t make these dates? Also see Macro Photography Workshop Costa Rica 2020.

Single Supplement: $650
Non-photographer discount: $500
The single supplement fee reflects our actual cost and is subject to availability. If you are a single traveler and we are unable to place you with a roommate, you will be placed in a single room and charged the single supplement fee.
Leaders

Paulo Valerio

Paulo Valerio

Paulo Valerio is an amateur nature and outdoor photographer, very interested in macro and wildlife. He has also started working in other areas of photography, such as landscape, black and white, and studio. He is also an avid birdwatcher. Paulo’s photos have been published in Outdoor Photographer and other magazines.

Costa Rican born and raised, Paulo graduated as a tropical ecologist from the Biology School of the National University, where he also worked in the Soil and Hydrology Lab. Continue reading »

Tom Whelan

Tom Whelan

Tom Whelan is an award-winning nature photographer and naturalist who specializes in close-up photography of plants and insects, portraits of wildlife, and intimate landscapes. His images range from abstracts of natural designs, to butterfly portraits, high magnification images of ice crystals, floral abstracts, and forest and waterfall scenes. He is a member of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, the North American Butterfly Association, and the Massachusetts Butterfly Club. Continue reading »