Bob’s Schedule

Video Storytelling for Still Photographers

A SEEK Workshop for still photographers who want to expand into video

02/04/18-02/10/18, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

These days, many photographers are being asked to shoot video along with stills…and not just video clips, but video stories. If you’ve ever tried it, you realize quickly that it’s not just a matter of hitting the “Record” button in addition to the shutter release.

This workshop, taught by National Geographic Society photographer and filmmaker Bob Krist,  is designed to help you learn to shoot short, cinematic, video stories, and it’s taught from the viewpoint of a still shooter making the transition; it will help you capitalize on your strengths, and overcome the pitfalls, that many photographers confront when facing a video assignment.

$2900.US workshop fee includes instruction, six nights single accommodation at Hacienda Santuario, round trip ground transportation from Leon (BJX) International Airport, breakfast Monday through Friday, welcome dinner on Sunday and farewell fiesta on Friday.

 

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Home and Away–The Travel Films of Bob Krist

A REELDOCS  presentation in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

03/20/18 & 03/21/18 , 4pm Teatro Santa Ana, Biblioteca Pública ,Relox #50A, San Miguel de Allende

Join National Geographic photographer Bob Krist for a 90-minute tour of the world in a series of short, cinematic films from three continents. Krist’s award-winning films document traditional ways of life that are under threat from the pressures of contemporary society.

We start close to home, riding along with the cowboys and cowgirls on Guanajuato’s Cabalgata of Cristo Rey and wander further afield to witness the thousand-year tradition of “rettir” in the highlands of Iceland, the beautiful white horses of France’s Camargue, the struggle of small boat fishermen in tiny Cornish villages, and the crazy and controversial Mardi Gras practices in rural Lousiana, as well as looks at exotic Burma, and the Day of the Dead tradition in Oaxaca.

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