Dan Wampler digital art | Destination - Isla Mujeres

Destination - Isla Mujeres

An artistic journey in Infrared and Color

Join digital artist Dan Wampler and Life Pixel Infrared Conversions for an artistic exploration

of one of worlds most beautiful and best kept secrets, Isla Mujeres, Mexico.

Date to be announced     

Tuition includes lodging on Isla Mujeres for the 5 nights and transportation on the island to sessions.

Attendance is limited to 10 participants Reserve your slot now.  

The first two participants who register will have VIP accommodations,

including a house on the beach with a private pool.  

Where IS Isla Mujeres?

Located 8 miles off the coast of Cancun, Mexico sits the tiny island of Isla Mujeres.  

The island is 4 3/4 miles long and about 3/4 of a mile wide.  Originally established as a Mayan community called Ekab, 

The island served as the sanctuary for the goddess Ixchel, the Mayan Goddess of fertility, reason, medicine, happiness and the moon.

Today most of the island is a sanctuary for people who want to enjoy the natural beauty of the Caribbean.  


Join Dan Wampler as he journeys around the island to capture it's beauty in Color and Infrared.

Participants will have access to and be instructed in how to create stunning images in Infrared, and color

and have access to several Life Pixel converted Infrared cameras to utilize.


Each day will begin with sunrise photography sessions, and end with sunset photography instruction.  

Each attendee will receive individual instruction, and personal review of their images.  

There will be group sessions on post production techniques.


Be prepared to be overwhelmed as we immerse ourselves in the local culture and wander thru the sleepy little island.  


This will truly be a trip of a lifetime.


What to bring?

The temperature on Isla Mujeres is technically referred to as perfect; with an average daily temp of 80 degrees,

so warm weather gear is a must, comfortable walking shoes are a good idea too.

You will want to bring a tripod, though it is not required.  

Note: the Caribbean side of the island is known for it's island winds, so make sure you have a sturdy tripod.

A laptop computer, Lots, and lots of camera memory cards, and a back up hard drive for storage.  

You will be taking way more images than you think.