“…the perfect time to enjoy the local culture, visit the wineries, the galleries, Guild Hall performances & restaurants, but without the crowds.”
On Sat., Feb 29, 2020 and Sun., March 1, from 1-5 pm, I’ll be presenting fine art photography prints, both matted and framed on view at the magnificent Maidstone Inn, Main Street, East Hampton, NY. Come drop by; find a favorite for yourself or for a gift. It’s part of the East End’s Winterfest celebration, perhaps the best thing that ever happened to February.
Join me for three new workshops beginning in February at East End Arts, East Main Street, Riverhead, NY and in field workshops TBA:
LIGHTROOM & PHOTOSHOP, Session I, Winter 2020 Instructor: Miranda Gatewood For all levels. Learn how to transform your images in a combination of group and one-on-one instruction. Classes delve into vital skills that transform ordinary images into spectacular ones, including super cropping, using color, black & white, and making your own presets. Create your own copyright and watermark, develop your own simple workflow, and learn how to export and print. Bring a laptop with LR and/or PS loaded. Cost: $160 EEA members / $192 non-members THURSDAYS, February 6, 13, (no Feb. 20), Feb. 27 & March 5,10:00AM – 12:00PM (4 classes)
LONG EXPOSURE & NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY,Winter 2020Instructor: Miranda Gatewood In this interactive field class, learn how to shoot effects in low light, including sunset, moonrise and slow shutter, silky, water effects. Bring a tripod. All levels welcome. Cost: $160 EEA members / $192 non-members THURSDAYS, February 6, 13, 20, 27 5:30 – 7:30PM (4 classes)
OUTDOOR PHOTO TREK, Session I, Winter 2020 Instructor: Miranda Gatewood Tour and photograph the clarity and beauty of East End light in this seasonal workshop at spectacular East End locations. Explore and create landscape, waterscape, and still life images, and video. You will receive personal attention in a small group to learn how to shoot in all conditions including available light, slow shutter, sunset, moonrise, and silky water effects. Bring a tripod. All levels welcome. Contingent on weather, though some snow will be a go! Cost: $160 members / $192 non-members. FRIDAYS, February 7, 14, 21, 28, 10:00AM – 12:00PM (4 classes)
Through the month of November 2019, the Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery will host a solo exhibit of my work entitled Dreamscapes. It chronicles photography’s ability to sanctify the natural environment and explores the photographer’s intimacy with the subject.
The exhibition represents more than decade of work done in New Hampshire, Long Island and Upstate New York.
The gallery is located at the Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, NY. An opening reception will be held on November 1 from 5-6:30 pm.
It sounds like an overstatement until you arrive at Orient Point, Long Island, the breath-taking north-easternmost part of Southern New York. Orient Point is the last stop of the four-part Fall Outdoor Photo Trek class I teach. We’ll be touring the end of Long Island’s North Fork with its view of Plum Island and two lighthouses–the Plum Island Light built in 1869 and it’s fellow guardian across Plum Gut, the 1899-built Orient Point Light, a spark plug-style lighthouse affectionately called the Coffeepot Lighthouse. Sign up for more Outdoor Photo Treks, including Fall Foliage ones at East End Arts.
This week’s trek visits the grounds of the Horton Point Light, a simple but noble structure that watches over the Long Island Sound from Southold, Long Island. Weekends within the season offer tours and a climb to the top if you choose, but on a weekday at this time of year, we will have the opportunity to venture without the crowds and experience this place ensconced by the mystique of its history. Outdoor Photo Treks with Miranda Gatewood is sponsored by EastEndArts.org
September 7th’s Photo Safari–thanks to the North Shore Public Library in Shoreham–toured Peconic’s Catapano Dairy Farm, famous for goats, their milk and all manner of goat milk products, as well as 8 Hands Farm, a working farm in Cutchogue. Those eight hands belong to mom, dad, sis and 15-year-old Max, who showed us around. Lastly, we climbed to the top of Horton Point Lighthouse in Southold and got a green-fresnel-lens-view of the Long Island Sound.
It’s a maze only in name; not the kind of maze that will challenge your escape. This Mattituck, Long Island seasonal feature is the first stop for a new group of Fall Outdoor Photo Trekkers, a 4-part photography workshop that I conduct through East End Arts, Riverhead, NY. Learn more at East End Arts.
And, if you did forget how to get back to your car amid a sea of golden sunny faces all pointing the way, it’s because you were so enamored with the view, as were all who frolicked with you. Don’t worry; there are plenty of bags of North Fork Potato Chips for sale if you fear being marooned.
Join Miranda Gatewood on an Outdoor Photo Safari Photo Shoot sponsored by the North Shore Pubic Library on Friday, Aug. 23 from 10 am to 1 pm. Free. Essential photo instruction with personalized attention. Bring your camera, provide your own transportation. We will meet at the surprise location in the images above (the library will give you location and directions once you register at 631-929-4488). Non-cardholders are welcome. Registration a must.
Carved in barnwood and later used in this interior renovation of an Eastern Long Island, NY farm was a simple inscription: R.E.T. 1903, with a flourish. It was the hand of the original owner, R.E. Tuttle (a.k.a. Tuthill), an early family name in this region.
Pictured is Jim Naples of East Bay Builders, Inc. From the available barnwood and original structures, Naples preserved and showcased so many of these details, preserving so much history.