Join the Digital Underground as we explore creative urban photography!
I’m pleased to announce the addition of two new Digital Underground instructional photo tours for spring and summer 2015. I will be co-hosting these small group (10 max) tours with Deborah Sandidge. Each day, we’ll cover interesting locations within the city, explore creative techniques, and provide feedback and critique. If you’re looking to get creative with travel photography, these workshops are not to be missed.
Digital Underground: Washington, D.C.
March 30-April 2, 2015 Limited to 10 participants
Explore the monuments and architecture of the nation’s capitol during cherry blossom season! Washington, D.C. is an incredibly photogenic city, and we’ll be capturing many of the iconic monuments at twilight and at night. Learn More
Digital Underground: Chicago
August 19-22, 2015
Limited to 10 participants
We roll into the Windy City in the summer of 2015 to capture the amazing art and architecture of Chicago. We’ll start with an architectural boat tour along the Chicago River. We’ll also photograph the fireworks display over Navy Pier. No trip to Chicago would be complete without photographing “The Bean” sculpture in Millennium Park.
Explore the Blue Hour and more in the Digital Underground!
Registration is open for two instructional photo tours as part of the Digital Underground workshop series. Join leaders Deborah Sandidge and Jason Odell for an edgy approach to urban photography this fall.
Las Vegas, NV
October 23-26, 2014
We will enjoy the lights and sights of Las Vegas after dark and photograph both iconic and out of the way places. Your tuition includes a special private shooting session at the Neon Museum Boneyard after dark (we’ve arranged permission to use tripods), and a day trip to the eclectic ghost town of Nelson. We’ll also photograph street art, the Fremont Street district, and the famous Las Vegas strip.
San Antonio is home to the famous Riverwalk district, where water taxis ferry passengers throughout downtown. We’ll photograph the Riverwalk during the blue hour to capture iconic images of the moving water and outdoor cafes. We’ll of course photograph the Alamo, but we’ve also arranged a private after-hours shooting session at Mission San José, something not available to the general public. We’ll also get great images of the Bexar county courthouse and nearby San Fernando Cathedral. November is the perfect time to visit San Antonio; we hope to see you there!
On this four-day instructional photo tour, we will be focusing on capturing the essence of the Seattle area using creative techniques. Each day, you’ll get an assignment for using one of the techniques we’ll cover, including blue hour/night photography, monochrome, HDR, and long exposures. You will receive personal instruction and image critique each day both on-location and in the classroom. We’ve deliberately limited the group size to ten photographers to maximize contact time with the participants.Continue reading Digital Underground: Seattle; August 7-11, 2014→
I captured this image during the recent Digital Underground Las Vegas workshop that I co-hosted with Deborah Sandidge. This is a close-up shot of one of the old signs laid to rest in the Neon Museum Boneyard. While there were lots of great wide-angle shots to be had, I always like it when I’ve got enough time to start looking for close-up images.
Tripods are not normally allowed during visits to the Neon Museum. We arranged for a special photo tour after hours. If you are interested in joining us on another Digital Underground workshop, please send me a note or join the Luminescence of Nature Photography Workshop group on Meetup.com.