Hudson September Fall Workshop

Hudson Valley 6 hour Photo Workshop–$120


Whether a 20 minute car ride near the Beacon/Newburgh community or 90 minutes along the scenic Hudson on the Metro North train from Grand Central, NYC, the photo workshops in Beacon, Newburgh and surrounding areas are an unforgettable photo op no matter what the season, rain, snow, fall, spring and summer. This past winter the photo ops made the cold worth getting out with your cameras. You can read the testimonials from a number of  past attendees. So now that Fall is here, Digital Photo Academy has launched the 6 hour Saturday workshop in the lower Hudson Valley. As classes fill, more dates will be made available.

Photo by Mark Rosengarten

If you take the Metro North from Grand Central Station, $30 round trip, DPA staff will collect you at the Beacon station and drive you around for the duration of the full event. The day will start with a lesson in Shutter Speed Control at a local waterfall also allowing you to capture local historic charm along the way.

Photo by Mark Rosengarten

After lunch at the Digital Photo Academy headquarters, renown author and photographer, Greg Miller will take you to one of the hidden gems of the community, so you can come away with a spectacular land or water scape scenes.  At DPA headquarters on the 1.3 acre property as well as still life images inside bathed in natural light streaming in from the deep set windows of the 180 year old stone structure that once served as a gun powder mill headquarters owned by the Dupont Family.

Photo by Justin P. Goodhart

After lunch you will be driven to an access point where noted artists from the Hudson River School of Painters stood some 130 years ago. Photo Instructor, Greg Miller has been making photographs year round throughout the Hudson Valley for 20 years.

Call Digital Photo Academy at 1 877 372 2231. Lots of people seem to hang up if our welcome recording comes on instead of a live voice, but we promise to return your message within a day or two if you leave one with your name and number.  It would be even better if you included your e-mail address as well as the date and city of the class you are considering.  If leaving a voice mail message is not your thing, please email us at or


Photo by Justin P. Goodhart

Photo by Justin P. Goodhart


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Photo by Paul O’Hanlon