The Mother Road of America Iconic Photo Workshop
From Chicago to Amarillo Texas – April 21st – 26th (2019) 6 Day Workshop
*Come Join Us For An Incredible Adventure*
Route 66 Nostalgic Photo Workshop – Now Booking
Come and join us for a 6-day photo workshop, as we cruise down the Mother Road of America. Route 66 was one of the first highways built in America with a few nick names like, The Mother Road – Main Street Of America – The Will Rogers Highway, stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles. Along this historic path, we will find vintage diners, old gas stations like Texaco and Sinclair, quaint hidden towns and villages with lots of historic and iconic features from the past. This is probably the coolest workshop you will ever do. Capture the American Heartland like it use to be. If you love vintage cars, picturesque barns, farms, and everything nostalgia, you will love this workshop.
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6 – 10 people max
We keep our workshops to a maximum of ten people to make sure everyone gets the attention they need and want.
Experience | Difficulty
Photography Level – No Experience Needed – Beginner – Amateur – Advanced. If your taking the workshop to enhance your photography skills, this is a great workshop for that. If you’re taking it to find great and interesting photos both on and off the beaten path, perfect. Easy to moderate walking. Special circumstances for the disabled – Read Below.
Your Tour Guide
Kevin O’Connell – Professional Photographer. A very funny, easy going personable nut, with 40 years experience and many international awards for his fine art photography. Chicago native who nows all the best spots to see and shoot. Even the hidden ones
Workshop Starting Point – Meeting Place
Buckingham Fountain – We will meet at Buckingham Fountain in Chicago, where the original starting point of Route 66 was, at 10:00 am on Friday morning the 19th of October (2018)
$1,645 Per Person – This includes 6 days along Route 66 from Chicago Illinois to Amarillo Texas.