This one-day workshop provides the insights needed to create one-of-a-kind images while traveling. The instructor will provide examples of travel photography from all over the world, and explain his thought process and workflow from beginning to end. Other topics include essential gear, great travel destinations, how to prepare ideas and do research, logistics, capturing people while you travel, and critiquing your work. Instruction will also touch on post-processing. Students will leave the class ready to capture more compelling and creative images.
I will also cover in depth ~ the essential gear for travel photography and understanding and mastering your gear, great travel destinations, how to prepare ideas and do research before you travel, logistics including planes trains and automobiles, capturing people while you travel, critiquing your own work and more. I will also go extensivley into time of day for your images including sunrise to sunset and also shooting after dark which can be one of the best times of the day to shoot travel images.
I will also dive into postprocessing and how important this is to the final image and to your creative process. This all day workshop will help you understand the art of creating powerful travel images and what it takes to push yourself to create one-of-a-kind images while traveling. This is not a workshop for point and shooters…. this is the real deal for people that are serious about becoming much better at shooting travel ~ and I will show what I do much of the year ~ planning and traveling to many places to capture powerful images that sell all over the world.
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To register for the workshop, please click on this link and it will take you to UCLA Extension
Westwood Village: 1010 Westwood Blvd
Saturday, May 9, 10am-5pm,
Course cost: $155