Mastering Travel Photography–New sessions to be scheduled soon!
A one-day seminar with Bob Krist and Ralph Lee Hopkins
April 7, 2013, Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA
National Geographic Traveler Photographer Bob Krist, and renowned nature shooter Ralph Lee Hopkins, will teach you their secrets for capturing the spirit of a place and bringing back images of enduring significance. You will get a behind-the-scenes look at how amazing photos are made—not taken. Build pictures from the ground up by learning how to explore a place visually, how to find the perfect lighting, and how to anticipate a great moment.
Discover why the “decisive moment” is such a powerful photographic concept and learn:
• How to tell a story with your photographs
• How to get the most out of your lenses
• How to best use composition and light
• How to capture the moment
• Tips on using flash
• A digital workflow for travel photographers on the road
National Geographic Traveler Magazine | 1-505-983-1400 ext. 11 | Visit web site | firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking the Next Step in Travel Photography: Multimedia Storytelling
A weeklong workshop for travel photographers who want to try their hand at video
August 25-31, 2013
From the internet to the iPad, there are so many new ways to share the stories of your travels with the whole world. But with the prominence of the screen in the way most people consume media these days, static image galleries and Flickr pages just don’t cut it anymore.
For the last few years, in additon to his magazine work, Bob Krist has been producing multimedia travel stories and short videos for National Geographic Traveler‘s blog, the Greater Philadelphia Tourism & Marketing Corporation, the Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, and a host of other clients.
This workshop will help you make the transition from shooting travel stills to making travel multiemdia. Bob covers audio gathering shooting for story, getting started in video, and other techniques for working as a one-man, multimedia band. He will present several projects, and talk in detail about the gear, the logistics, and the software used to produce them.
Students will work in either iMovie 11 or Final Cut Pro X, and by week’s end, will have produced a short, 1-3 minute multimedia piece.
Maine Media Workshops|1-877-577-7700| Visit web site |