You love to travel and you love taking photos, now put them together for one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences you’ll ever have.
Travel photography is difficult to master, it’s a mix of landscapes, people, street scenes, architecture and just about everything else put in the pressure cooker of time constraints and unique cultures.
The challenge of getting a great shot and the desire to share it with other are both good reasons why travel photography is so rewarding. But making is happen isn’t so easy, there’s a lot involved and that’s what this class aims to address.
Covered in this class...
- Research & Planning
- Travel gear
- Health & Security
- Photographic Equipment (Cameras, Lenses, Tripods, Filters and Bags)
- Gear preparation
- Technical aspects of shooting
- Aesthetic shooting lessons
- Street & Candid
- Environmental Portraits
- Classic Portrait
- Great photographic locations
This class is an intermediate level class for people with a basic understanding of photography and a knowledge on how their camera works. This class will not be covering photographic basics like shutter speed, depth-of-field and ISO. A basic photography class and or a camera class is recommended but not required.
Instructor John Greengo is a professional photographer that has more than 20 years of experience as well as a degree in photography from Oregon State University. He is a member of the “Travels to the Edge” TV field crew and has been assisting and working with Art Wolfe around the world for the last several years.
Location: Classroom at Glazer's Camera at 811 Republican Street
Minimum 4 registered students required for class to be held.