Charleston's Best Photo Locations 2020

March 22-25, 2020

Charleston, South Carolina

With Kenny McKeithan and Kate Silvia

Seventy ThreeSeventy Three73 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC


When:  March 22 starting at Noon.  Ends Noon on Wednesday March 25th.

Tuition: Early Bird: $665/person. Discounts for CNPA members available. Limited to 10 students

Registration will go up to $695 after Jan 1, 2020. 

Recommended Lodging: Hampton Inn and Suites West Ashley.  A block of rooms will be set aside under Kate Silvia Photography but you may stay anywhere you wish. (discounted rooms not reserved until November 2019)

We will meet at the Hampton Inn and Suites West Ashley at noon on the 22th for an introduction and overview of the schedule.

Spring is by far, the BEST time to visit Charleston, SC. The majority of the workshop will be held in the field to make the most of your time here. We'll be heading to the best locations at the perfect times around the Charleston area. This is going to be so much more than a "tour". We’ll be helping you with your camera settings, exposure, understanding the histogram, and many more technical aspects of photography. We'll have all the time we need to concentrate on composition and light. This is the area that most photographers struggle with, and yet, spend the least amount of time practicing. Weather will dictate our exact itinerary. All attendees will receive a FREE copy of my E-Book "Composition For The Landscape Photographer"  Join us for an extended weekend of fun and learning in one of the most beautiful locations in the southeast. 



  • Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

  • Botany Bay

  • Historic Downtown Charleston and Rainbow Row

  • Folly Beach and/or Sullivan's Island

  • Shem Creek Park

  • The Ravenel Bridge


  • Historic gardens painted with pink and red azaleas and live oak trees covered with southern Spanish moss.

  • One of the best sunrise and sunset spots in Charleston, Folly Beach. Dunes, surfers, sea stars, a lighthouse, fishing pier, and possibly even dolphins.

  • The eerie yet beautiful boneyard beach at Botany Bay

  • Shrimp boats and marshlands

  • Civil War era homes and cobblestone lined streets of historic Charleston.



Click HERE to register