Much like the main character in the hit film and novel, Where’d You Go To Bernadette?, the fantasy of vacationing in Antarctica is the kind of line item in every intrepid traveler’s bucket list. One Palm Beach County photographer, Seth Resnick, has honed in on that wanderlust and has been —for years— organizing intimate photography workshops in the middle of this glacial wonderland.  Another out-of-this world location that Resnick and his team visit includes Argentina’s Atacama Desert. That trip boards in April. Only two spots remain. (hint, hint!)

Resnick, a leading photojournalist who has traveled the world and whose visually gripping work has graced the pages and covers of leading outlets like National Geographic, Time, The New York Times, today combines learning with adventure. He and his team take small groups of around eighteen nature and photo enthusiasts past fjords and icebergs, trying to get as close to the Polar Circle, while parsing through the concepts of light, aperture, framing, shutter speed and creative composition.

Resnick runs photography tours worldwide and lives in Palm Beach Gardens.
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