Join me to photograph the best of Ireland, September 14-23, 2020. We’ll begin in Dublin and then take a private tour of southern Ireland with emphasis on finding the best locations for photography. Along the way, I’ll be teaching creative composition & exposure and digital post-processing and workflow for travel photography.
When: Sept 14-23, 2020 from Dublin, Ireland Maximum Group Size: 12 Experience Level: Open to all levels; beginners welcome!
Split to Bol, Hvar, Biševo, Vis, Korcula, Mljet, Slano, Elafiti Islands and Dubrovnik
Discover the ancient cities along the Adriatic Coast aboard a chartered yacht. Unlike traditional cruises, we’ll be aboard a 36-passenger motor yacht and spend the nights in ports of call. That means we’ll be able to explore each city on our itinerary during the peak times for photography, including sunset and twilight. Along the way, you’ll get expert photographic instruction, learn mobile workflow, and discover creative approaches to travel photography!
I’m offering three international photo tours for 2020, and they are going to be really fun! My 2020 travel photography workshop destinations include Croatia, Ireland, and Panama. I design each of these tours with your comfort in mind, and my goal is to make sure that you return home with incredible photos. Group sizes are generally capped at 12 or fewer photographers, and when land tours are involved, we’ll have a private driver and excess seating capacity so that everyone has room for their camera bags. My international tours are a great opportunity to learn mobile workflow and creative travel photography techniques, including long exposure, infrared, and creative composition.
Here’s another photograph from my recent travel photography workshop in London. The Albert memorial stands in tribute to Queen Victoria’s late prince consort. On this unusually cloudless afternoon in London, we waited until early evening to photograph the memorial and avoid harsh shadows.
Travel photography is all about capturing moments that give a distinct feeling of place. In London, there’s nothing more distinctive than the red double-decker busses that roam the city streets. On this picture-postcard day, I chose to capture the motion of the bus with a long exposure (learn how here). Even though the bus is blurred, the viewer knows exactly what it is and where I’m at. The beautiful architecture of St. Pancras station creates a great backdrop.