Acadia National Park

This workshop will be offered again in September 2025

Bar Harbor, Maine


Acadia National Park is a 47,000-acre Atlantic coast recreation area primarily on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. Its landscape is marked by woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks such as Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the United States’ East Coast. We will photograph sunrises and sunsets, rocky shoreline landscapes, waves crashing on the shore, and more. The bayside town of Bar Harbor, with restaurants and shops, is a popular gateway.

Places we’ll visit: Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole, Boulder Beach, Sieur de Monts spring, Otter Cliffs, Eagle Lake, Jordan Pond, Bass Harbor Head Light, Echo Lake, and more!

What you’ll learn: A variety of techniques for capturing natural landscapes, and techniques for using tripods and filters properly. We will have classroom sessions on Lightroom, Photoshop and more. Nighttime techniques for capturing pinpoint stars and star trails. Long exposure techniques. 

When: September 2025 dates to be announced

This workshop will begin at 4pm on Wednesday, September 13th and end after dinner on Monday, September 18th. 

Cost: $1299.00 per person

CNPA Members $1199.00 per person

For more information about joining the Carolinas’ Nature Photographers Association click HERE.

Kenny McKeithan Photography holds permits to conduct photography workshops in Acadia National Park

  • Each student is responsible for his or her own airfare, ground transportation, meals, and lodging.
  • We will carpool as much as possible from our hotel to the shooting locations.
  • You may stay wherever you wish however the workshop will be based at the High Seas Motel 339 State Highway #3 Bar Harbor, ME 04609. You can contact the motel directly at 1-800-959-5836 or see their website HERE
  • Full amount must be paid by Dates TBA
  • Deadline for registrations is Dates TBA
  • You may fly in to and out of either Portland, ME or Bangor, ME. Bangor is closer but may be a bit more expensive. Portland is cheaper to fly in to but is a 3 hour drive from Acadia. 
  • We highly recommend travel insurance! Be sure to read the cancellation policy below before you complete your registration.
  • No refunds if cancelled after Dates TBA
Please review our Policies Page before registering