50 Fantastic Photo Workshops Happening In 2015

50 Fantastic Photo Workshops Happening In 2015

If you’re considering taking a photography workshop this year, but don’t know where to start – sometimes it’s best to look in your own backyard. Here we’ve compiled a list of over 50 workshops, organized by location so you can find one happening not too far from home – or, if you’ve got the travel bug, dive in and explore a new place.

From travel to sports photography to business tips, there’s an entire community out there willing to teach and help you reach your professional goals. Take a look and find your perfect match – and if you’re running a workshop, or have another suggestion to add – leave them in the comments below!

Major Workshop Organizations

Santa Fe Workshops 

The renowned Santa Fe Workshops are at it again this year, hosting classes in Santa Fe, San Miguel de Allende, Cuba, and many more. Santa Fe Photographic Workshops instructors are among today’s most influential photographers and participants of all levels are welcome. They host various classes through out the year, and below are a few highlights coming up:

Momenta Workshops in partnership with Leica Camera  

During Momenta’s workshops, which are a collaboration with Leica Camera, each student is paired with a nonprofit organization for the duration of the workshop to produce a photo story or package of documentary work on their outreach efforts. The nonprofits range from schools, orphanages, hospitals, animal shelters, advocacy and arts organizations. Students on these workshops have the opportunity to shoot with a Leica M camera, which also features HD video capabilities. Students truly get the documentary experience in the field while having 1-on-1 mentoring sessions every day with an instructor for at least an hour.

Within The Frame Photographic Adventures 

Within The Frame Adventures are about the passionate discovery and photography of people, place, and culture. They emphasize the importance of going slow, lingering, experiencing, absorbing, savoring, and taking the time necessary for the excitement of the new and exotic to blend with an understanding and appreciation of the surroundings in order to find one’s personal vision. Here are some highlights for the upcoming year lead by Jeffrey Chapman, Elizabeth Opalenik, and Winslow Lockhart:

Eyes in Progress 

Eyes in Progress prioritizes their quality of training with a limited number of participants in each workshop, experts reviews after the workshop, and a strict workshop organization. Here’s a few highlights from their 2015 calendar:

National Geographic Adventures 

While many of the Nat Geo trips are travel-only (not a photo led trip per se), a great handful are photography workshops, taking you on the perfect photographic journey. Here’s some highlights for this year:

Maine Media Workshops

For more than 40 years, the Maine Workshops have influenced thousands of people. They believe that all artists, no matter their medium, have a story to tell, and they’ve created a workshop environment that is warm and welcoming to people of all different ages, cultural backgrounds, and experience. Participants come from all over the world to learn in the scenic environment of coastal Maine. Here are a few of the exciting courses they’re offering in 2015:

Rockport, Maine: The Personal Story with Cig Harvey June 21 – June 27

Rockport, Maine: The Authentic Photograph with Bil Zelman July 28 – August 1

Rockport, Maine: Editorial Bootcamp with Drew Gurian August 9 – August 15

In the US


There are a number The Arizona Highways Photography Workshops happening across the US this year, but here a few happening right in AZ:

Kit Frost also leads photography workshops in Arizona, and around the Southwest. Various dates, April – Oct. 2015

Adam Schallau leads photography workshops in the Grand Canyon, happening Aug. 2 – 5 and Aug. 5 – 7, 2015


El Capitan Canyon, CA: Field Trip is a summit created for those who want to grow their business, expand their unique voice, connect with the community, and explore the new frontier of photography and image creation. March 5-9, 2015

Orange County, CA: Sports Shooter Academy’s Lighting Workshop is a hands-on, educational program that will take participants step-by-step through the process of creative portrait. Instructors this year include Tim Mantoani, David Honl, Matt Brown, Shawn Cullen, and Robert Hanashiro. April 16-19, 2015

Palm Springs Photo Festival is hosting its tenth year Workshop Program which will offer 16 intense, hands-on, remarkable classes with world-renowned working photographers and educators. Most of the workshops are three full days, and designed to be intimate with only 16 students per class. Workshops run April 26 – May 1, 2015. A few highlights for this year’s includes:

Yosemite, CA: Photographer Phil Hawkins teaches 2 to 5 day landscape photography workshops in Yosemite National Park throughout the year until Sept. 2015.

Various locations, CA: Photographer Todd Bigelow teaches the Business of Photography Workshop throughout the year, teaching valuable lessons regarding understanding the freelance market, copyright basics, licensing for revenue, contracts (real and redacted), and much more. Here are few upcoming dates:

  • Los Angeles at UCLA on January 24-25, 2015
  • ASMP Oregon (held at Pro Photo Supply in Portland) on Feb. 21-22, 2015
  • Santa Barbara at Brooks Institute on February 28-March 1, 2015


Palm Beach, FL: The Palm Beach Photographic Centre provides various classes taught through out the year, including photo basics and classes for youth.


Missoula, MT: The Rocky Mountain School of Photography teaches a handful of workshops in Missoula. Various dates, May – Oct. 2015

New York

Brooklyn, NY: MediaStorm hosts intensive, hands-on educational experiences in advanced multimedia storytelling at their location in Brooklyn. One day workshops focused on the art and business of digital storytelling are happening:

  • Feb. 7, 2015 *Apply by: Jan 1, 2015
  • March 7, 2015 *Apply by: Feb 14, 2015
  • April 11, 2015 *Apply by: Mar 13, 2015
  • Sept. 19, 2015 *Apply by: Aug 28, 2015
  • Oct. 17, 2015 *Apply by: Sep 18, 2015
  • Nov. 21, 2015 *Apply by: Oct 30, 2015

New York, NY: Photography Intensive at Columbia University is being taught by Thomas Roma and Inbal Abergil. May 26 – July 2, 2015


Astoria, OR: Landscape photographer Art Wolfe is hosting a workshop along Oregon’s historic and scenic coast. July 9 – 12, 2015


Jackson, WY: Rich Clarkson is leading The Adventure Photography Workshop again this fall. Come and spend a week learning from top adventure photographers and editors while enjoying the outdoor paradise of Jackson, WY. And special bonus, a tuition discount of 10% is offered for full-time students and photography educators, workshop alumni, and members of their partner organizations, NPS, NPPA, NANPA and ASMP. Sept. 19-24th 2015

Jackson, WY: Summer in the Tetons – with Bret Edge & Jason Hatfield. June 18 – 21, 2015


Stowe, VT: The FotoVisura Summer Editing Sessions are 2-day intensive workshops that pair two photographers with a guest editor and are one-on-one and group sessions focused on the editing, sequencing, and/or layout of a project. Various dates, May through Sept. 2015


Fairfax, VA: NPPA’s Northern Short Course is a three-day event packed with more than two dozen workshops on a variety of topics relevant to professionals and students in the field of visual journalism.  Learn from and network with industry leaders, as they share their work and discuss what makes them successful. March 12 – 14, 2015

Outside the US

Argentina, Buenos Aires: Foto Ruta gives guided city tours geared towards the most photogenic spots. Tours last 4 hours, and can be set up by appointment. Foto Ruta is also located in Barcelona, London and Santiago.

Bahamas: The second ever Fstoppers Workshop will take place at Atlantis Resort on the Island of Nassau in the Bahamas on Wednesday May 13th – Sunday May 17th, 2015

Bolivia: Photographer Sergio Ballivan takes photographers for one week to the world’s largest salt flat – The Salar de Uyuni – for the flooded mirror spectacle. January 18-24, January 25-31, March 15-21 & March 22-28, 2015

Canada, Saskatchewan: Branimir Gjetvaj takes you on an instructional photography tours, which is less structured than a full workshop or a course. The main idea behind the tours is to take participants to exceptional locations, and to explore and photograph in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Suitable for intermediate and advanced photographers. Oct. 23 – 25, 2015

Dubai: Gulf Photo Plus (GPP) is the heart of the Middle East’s photography community. They believe in the art and science of photography as a medium of creative expression, and exist to inform, educate and inspire people across the region. They host workshops and classes throughout the year.

France, Auvergne: Kristel Schneider is teaching a 5-day workshop in Tuscany of Auvergne, a photo-holiday and learning experience wrapped into one: 19 July – 25 July 2015

Iceland: Ken Kaminesky & Patrick DiFruscia lead you on an epic adventure in Iceland. May 20th – 30th, 2015

Iceland: Tim Vollmer partners up with various photographers, including Martin Bailey to lead workshops in Iceland through out the entire year. Various dates, Feb. – Oct. 2015

India, Ladakh: Join Travel Shooters to capture the people, the culture and the high Himalayan landscapes of Ladakh. June 3 – 17, 2015

Indonesia, Bali: Foundry Photojournalism Workshops goes to Bali this year, July 19-25, 2015

Ireland: Photographers Athena Carey and John Dunne are leading a 6 day northern Ireland photo tour, with only 12 spots it will fill up fast! May 31 – June 5, 2015

Italy, Dolomite Mountains: Phil Hawkins takes you to the Cortina D’Ampezzo area of the Dolomite Mountains of northern Italy, some of the most jaw-dropping scenery in all of Europe. Sept. 7 – 11, 2015

Japan: Photographers John Paul Caponigro and Seth Resnick lead various workshops throughout the year, but their adventure through the sacred places in Japan looks incredible, and only 4 spots are left! Nov. 3-20, 2015

New Zealand: Photog Petr Hlavacek leads photo workshops throughout New Zealand, and hosts one on one courses by appointment.

Tanzania: This private small group photo safari lead by Art Wolfe provides a rare opportunity to photograph three of Africa’s icons in untouched, untamable Africa. Oct. 10 – 20

Thailand, Chiang Rai: Hone your photography skills, and enjoy Thailand’s majestic elephants in a responsible manner, while staying in 5 star accommodations in the jungles of the Golden Triangle. Workshop led by Lee Cracker, various dates, make reservations for private lead tours.

Are you running a workshop this year? Leave a link in the comments below with information!

Feature image from Sports Shooter Academy’s Lighting Workshop


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  2. michelle maclachlan wallace at 10:20 pm

    About time you brought your workshops to Australia, there is nothing like this on offer in Sport here. !! Please.

  3. Hal Silverman at 5:33 am

    Join internationally renowned National Geographic underwater photographer David Doubilet for an intensive photography and diving experience at the Sunset House on Grand Cayman Island. The seas surrounding the island offer diverse photographic and diving opportunities that combine to create a perfect underwater oceanic studio. Students will explore creative horizons, capture images and build their portfolios.

    The intensive, one-week workshop is offered by Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications .


  4. Jim Bye at 3:29 pm

    The Mountain Workshops from the Western Kentucky University Photojournalism school will be holding it’s 40th workshops Oct. 20-25. There are five concurrently running workshops including Photojournalism, Picture Editing, Video Storytelling, Time-lapse and Data Visualization. The location of this years workshops will be announced soon.

  5. Harold at 9:23 pm

    You can find my 2015 workshops including Night Photography in San Francisco, Creative Flower Photography at the Maine Media Workshops, and Digital Black & White at the Heidelberg Summer School of Photography listed with links for more info on my Workshops & Events page.

    I have a photo trip planned in June to the Imperial cities of Eastern Europe, and another one in the autumn to Cinque Terre in Italy.

    My goals in leading photography workshops are to have fun, be thoughtful, teach and learn, and to help participants grow as photographers to become the most creative they can be.

  6. Shaun Hines at 11:35 am

    I’ve designed a 3-in-1 Beginners Photography Bootcamp, basic details below, more details at the web link. If you’re around London during February or March it would be great to have you along…

    Q. What’s included in this ‘3-in-1’ workshop?

    A. First we’ll begin with an informative 1hr presentation on exposure and metering. There’ll be plenty of opportunity to ask questions, after all this isn’t a lecture. Knowing how to shoot on the manual mode will set you up for the rest of the day.

    Secondly, there’s nothing quite like putting theory into practice and the middle section of the day will involve shooting the pictures you want to shoot with advice and feedback as and when you need it. Throughout the two hour photo walk we’ll also discuss the important topic of composition.

    Finally, if we don’t digitally process our images we’ll never tease the full potential out of our files. Using your tablet or iPad and free software we’ll go through how photographers asses their images and decide what adjustments to make.

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  9. Vertical Shot Expeditions at 4:53 pm

    We are running photography expeditions and adventures in small groups of max just 6 participants, guided by a team of top outdoor instructors and photographers:

    Sailing around the majestic Lofoten Islands – Arctic Norway :

    Kayaking with whales in British Columbia, Canada:

    Lofoten Islands by RIB boat in Autumn – Arctic Norway:

  10. Fez Photography Workshops at 6:44 pm


    The Fez Photography Workshop takes place in the medieval medina in the darkly romantic and evocative city of Fez, Morocco.

    The 2015 workshop will run for a full seven days from Saturday 9th May to end of Friday 16th May 2015 and include an overnight stay in Chefchaouen (the blue city in Rif Mts).

    The workshops are run by The Compelling Image founder and Corbis photojournalist David Bathgate and John Horniblow photographer, Founder and Editor in Chief of Photojournale and is sponsored by FUJIFILM

  11. Paul Sivley Photography at 6:53 pm

    You’ve been curious about Myanmar/Burma or you want to see it in a different season and light. Join Paul Sivley Photography and Win Kyaw Zan August 11-22, 2015 for a photo experience that will leave you inspired and more talented. Paul has visited Burma three times and traveled to 71 countries. Win lives in Burma, has worked for National Geographic and serves as tour guide to Art Wolfe and Nevada Wier. For details: http://www.travelswithteri.com/itinerary/myanmar-for-all-seasons-a-unique-photo-tour. You’ll be uplifted by the diverse geography, the kind people, the nonWesternized dress, and the history. A unique itinerary to a fascinating land that is like no other.

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  13. Martine Fougeron at 4:03 pm


    The first retreat of its kind – THE PHOTOGRAPHY MASTER RETREAT – is a one-week professional workshop in the south of France to take place July 11-18, 2015. It is presently full.
    It is designed for professional photographers (or aspiring professionals) in any genre – fine art, conceptual, or documentary – who are passionate about their existing work and committed about taking it to the next level.
    Four internationally acclaimed mentors will guide, advise and inspire 14 participants who submitted applications.
    Less a shooting trip than an opportunity to pause and reflect, it is a career-enhancing opportunity for professional critique and artistic introspection.

    THE MENTORS for 2015 are:
    ELISABETH BIONDI: Visuals Editor, The New Yorker, 1996-2011, Independent Curator, Writer and Teacher, New York.
    KATHARINA BOSSE: Artist, Professor of Photography, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
    MARTINE FOUGERON: Photographer, Artist and Faculty at ICP, New York.
    LYLE REXER: Critic, Curator and Faculty at School of Visual Arts, New York.

    NEXT YEAR the dates will be from July 9 to 16, 2016.
    Applications due by December 1, 2015. Ask to be put on our mailing list for more information.


  14. The Center for Photography at Woodstock at 4:29 pm

    The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) has been home to the Woodstock Photography Workshops since 1977.

    Located in New York’s Catskill Mountain/Hudson Valley region, a home to artists for over a century, CPW’s workshops have long been known as a place — free from everyday distractions — to focus on your own work in a supportive environment with people who share your love and interest in photography.

    Specializing in weekend workshops primarily offered from June – October (with additional offerings year-round) CPW helps ignite creativity and nurture your passion with world-class instructors and professional facilities and equipment.

    You can learn more at http://www.cpw.org/learn/workshops/

    p.s. Our 2015 summer/fall instructors include Bobbi Lane, Mary Ellen Mark, Connie Imboden, Dan Burkholder, Brian Ulrich, Kelli Connell, Craig J. Barber, Lee Varis, and many more. The full 2015 lineup will be announced in late February.

  15. David H Wells at 5:22 pm

    I teach a variety of different workshops in the U.S. and overseas. They can be found at http://davidhwells.com/workshops/index.php Most revolve around learning how to get the person place or thing in front of the camera onto the sensor (or the piece of film or the printed page) just the way you want (which is the major challenge in photography.). I was also selected by Photo District News as one of their “Best Photography Workshop Instructors” suggesting out that I can teach photography as well as make a great image.

  16. Venice Beach Photo Workshops at 1:40 pm

    I am hosting and instructing a photo workshop @ Venice Beach, CA with Jonathan Alcorn and Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Nick Ut, who is our special guest and speaker. It’s a daylong event designed to inspire and push your technique and photo boundaries.

    All photographic abilities are welcome. This unique workshop is great for those who are interested in travel photography and photojournalism.

    Samsung will also have some new NX series cameras available for our participants to shoot with for the day. For more info and to sign up, visit our website.

    Ted Soqui)

  17. Orama Photography Studies at 6:31 am

    Orama, School of Photography Studies was founded in Athens, in 2007 and provides educational programs in the field of creative and applied photography.
    Through modern curricula the students get inspired and produce photographic works by which they deal with their own emotions, broaden their perspectives and express their vision and aesthetic.
    Simultaneously, they learn to doubt their ideas, taste new approaches overcoming their limits while they are encouraged to explore concepts by defining their personal style.

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  20. Norm and Jennifer Clasen at 12:26 pm

    We have two very special Cuba workshops (May 8-18 and May 22-June 1) coming up with only a few spaces left. Join long-time Malboro photographer and natural light guru Norm Clasen and his daughter Jennifer Clasen, Hollywood and editorial photographer, in Cuba with an amazing guest local Cuban Photogtapher Ramses H. Batista for a journey of unprecedented access to a country changing right under our eyes. Email us for information on this special trip.

  21. Andrea Rossi at 8:18 am

    We organize guided photographic tours and workshops in Milan, Italy.

    Local professional photographers will take you through the best itineraries, teaching photography with our beautiful city as a backdrop for your photo work.

    Our photographers are dedicated and qualified working professionals, willing to help you on the most relevant photographic issues, such as subject recognition and approach, exposure, composition, light, camera settings and so on.

    You will walk around landmarks, markets, shops and districts at the right moment to experience the best light and conditions of the day. Wether you are a professional, an advanced amateur or a beginner we will share tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your pictures.
    Take advantage of your visit in Milan for Expo 2015: we will guide you to the right places, at the right time!

    More info: http://www.milanphototour.com

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  23. Victor Rollins at 6:36 pm

    This is your opportunity to learn landscape photography directly from John Fielder in Colorado’s most scenic locales, and from time to time in other states and countries.

    Find out how John creates his award-winning images and gain a deeper understanding of the visual aspects of nature. In comprehensive classroom sessions and at field shoots in John’s favorite locations, learn how to spot photo opportunities, experiment with different perspectives, improve compositions and get an insider’s look at professional techniques. We use digital cameras only and bring our laptop computers for constructive critiques.

    Appropriate for practiced beginner and intermediate photographers, John’s Colorado Photography Workshop programs are designed to help students reach at least their next level of ability and enrollment is limited to ensure the highest quality experience. Most workshops are conducted with the assistance of a second professional landscape photographer so that everyone enjoys personal attention and no question is left unanswered.


    If you would like to sign up for any one of John’s workshops please give us a call at: 303-744-7979

  24. Lauren Lindley at 2:00 pm

    I’m excited to be hosting a three day wedding and portrait focused workshop in Lake Tahoe, CA.

    Want to capture the best shot whatever the lighting conditions?

    Join us for an extended three day edition of Anytime Light on the shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe, California. Learn the tricks of Off Camera Lighting that work any time of day or night. From noon day bridal portraits to the first dance and reception lighting, we will cover it all, with special attention paid to the fast paced/low-control wedding day environment. The workshop includes a full styled wedding shoot as well as ongoing instructor led hands on learning. Lunch and snacks are included in the cost.

    This workshop is presented by AzulOx Workshops and is hosted by Lauren Lindley of Lauren Lindley Photography.


  25. Mike Shipman at 12:53 pm

    Alvord Desert : Senses & Perception, June 26 – 28. Expose your senses to the dry lake bed of the Alvord Desert of southcentral Oregon in the shadow of Steens Mountain. Its remoteness offers isolation from crowds and noise, perfect for contemplative photography and the skies are perfect for night photography. http://www.blueplanetphoto.com/dir/workshops/alvord-desert-workshop.html

    Scotland, Isle of Skye and Highlands, Oct 5 – 17. Journey to the land of dragons, giants, and faeries as we explore the colors of autumn at The Storr, Taliser Bay, the Quiraing, the famed Bealach na Bah, Rannoch Moor, the Buachaille Etive Mor, and of course a handful of castles. http://www.blueplanetphoto.com/dir/workshops/scotland-highlands-workshop.html

    Iceland : Senses & Perception, Oct 3 – 14, 2016. A unique motorhome-based workshop allowing us the freedom of travel and accommodation just about anywhere. Reduces driving time to and from locations, be on site in comfort when the light is perfect. Great deal on motorhome rental, but deposits are needed ASAP to guarantee the deal. http://www.blueplanetphoto.com/dir/workshops/iceland-senses-and-perception.html

    Other workshop schedules at: https://www.blueplanetphoto.com/workshops/workshops.html

  26. Raymond Gehman at 9:00 pm

    Having spent my career as a National Geographic photographer traveling the world, I am pleased to be offering three sensational workshops this year, all of which can be found on my website, http://www.raymondgehman.com. The first is in August in Banff: RIDING WITH RAYMOND THROUGH THE CANADIAN ROCKIES in conjunction with Horseback.com/backcountry_lodge. The second is Sept 3-8 in ICELAND – IMAGING THE LAND OF ICE AND FIRE in coordination with Tim Vollmer who is listed above at Timvollmer.de/tours-workshops/iceland. And finally there will be the magnificent UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN: THROUGH YOUR LENS, October 3-10, in conjunction with ilchiostro.com – Raymond Gehman. I specialize in providing intensive, individual attention to each workshop participant!

  27. Laura Dee at 1:42 pm

    Hey all! We are stoked to be hosting a three-day wedding photography workshop, November 10th to the 12th, in my home-base, the beautiful island of Aruba!

    To photograph a wedding takes a lot: quick-thinking, improvisation, adaptability and technical know-how.

    You have to be prepared to be a photographer. And a therapist. A family counselor. A seamstress. A director. A comedian.

    And sometimes, while we are busy being and doing all of those things for our clients, we forget to make sure we are also doing those things for ourselves. We neglect to feed our own spirit and passion.

    This workshop is a blend of feeding your creative monster and balancing the crazy excited, wonderful whirlwind that is photographing weddings, so you can find that ideal mix of vibrant artistry and inner zen.

    We’ll be combining tips and tricks on how to feed both your body and your soul, as well as exploring the insanely wonderful island of Aruba to create some kick ass images and immersing ourselves in the local culture (and cuisine!).

    Our goal is to have you leave Wanderlust, stoked to photograph your next wedding, full of energy.

    And newfound creativity.

    A healthy perspective.

    A peaceful mind.

    And a tan. 🙂


  28. Gerard Burkhart at 12:20 am

    Photography for Publication, Journalism 22 at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica California.

    It’s a photojournalism class producing a weekly paper and daily online news updates.

    No better way to practice the craft than by doing the job.

    It’s a tiny program, but I’ve coached five students who were accepted to the Eddie Adams Workshop. Students have been consistently winning local, state and national competitions.

    16 week class, three credits, $47 a credit.

  29. Mary J. at 4:49 pm

    My husband and I had the most amazing experience on our recent photo Cuba trip!! Photographer ‘pag’ Paganelli showed us all the in and outs of the country while amusing us with his anecdotes and stories about his travels. He is a total kick, but much more importantly, he gave us access to many amazing places that are off-limits for regular tourists. We went into government chambers, saw a local cockfight and even helped to roast a pig (which we then ate for dinner).
    I took amazing photos in color, my husband shot mostly in black-and-white, and pag worked with us in both digital and film. He is a throwback to the era of film but also extremely knowledgeable on current technologies since he is not only a visual arts photographer but also has a hugely successful editorial and commercial career. And he’s so much FUN!

    Paganelli knows his way around the sometimes in penetrable seeming country. He has been visiting Cuba for decades, and is top notch editorial professional in the states. He gave us an amazing combination of Cuban insider as well as photography instructor. And we even got to meet some of his Cuban relatives.

    I cannot tell you how much I loved my experience traveling through Cuba with Pag. My husband and I highly recommend this wild adventure and beautiful artistic opportunity to all levels of photographers from professional to novice were looking to capture ‘The real Cuba’…. And you better go soon, because it is getting more packed with tourists by the second.


  30. Ron Risman at 12:11 pm

    For the 4th year I will be leading Timelapse Moab, a series of advanced night sky time lapse photography workshops in Moab, Utah coming up at the end of May. Each year these workshops sell out, so this year I have added a third workshop designed for those that love photography and timelapse.

    May 27-31, 2015
    4-Night DSLR night-sky time lapse photography workshop open to photographers of all skill levels.

    June 1-4, 2015
    4-Night advanced DSLR night-sky time lapse photography and motion control workshop for those that want to take their time lapses to the next level

    June 6-11, 2015
    6-Night advanced time lapse and night sky photography workshop with more in-field instruction and more locations. Classroom sessions will focus on post production of stills and time lapse sequences.

    Workshop attendees come for the education, but it turns in to an experience that keeps them coming back to the area. Moab, UT is home to a gold-tier night-sky park (Canyonlands National Park) with some of the darkest skies in the world. The location also includes Arches National Park, the Canyons and Cliffs of Dead Horse Point State Park, La Sal Mountains, and the breathtaking views of the Colorado River as it cuts through the massive sand stone rock.

    You can find more information here: http://www.TimelapseWorkshops.com

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