The first article in our travel series took readers on Safari in Africa. The second took us over to Nepal. And the third took us way across the pond to Australia. In this final installment of our summer travel series, we look at travel photography workshops across the globe. With all of the destination photography workshops available, the options can seem endless. Luckily, we’ve done the research for you and selected our favorites.
Here’s our list of the top photography workshops throughout the world.
Canon’s two-day workshops will help you build your portfolio, improve your skills and get inspired in some of America’s most stunning landscapes. Small classes limited to 16 attendees make it easy to get answers to your questions and to develop your skills alongside other photo enthusiasts that are just as dedicated as you.
Mountain Light: The Art of Dramatic Landscape and Action Photography, Aspen, Colorado
Yosemite in Autumn, Yosemite National Park, California
The Nature workshop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, focuses on capturing scenic and wildlife visuals from the Grand Tetons to brown bears in the wild, as well as portfolio reviews.
The weeklong Adventure workshop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has rock climbing, kayaking, camping and more.
These workshops powered by Leica will help you enhance your photographic skills while traveling to the stunning polar regions of Antarctica. The ship will be your basecamp for daily complimentary activities such as snowshoeing, kayaking, camping, mountaineering, hiking and landings ashore, completed with a photo workshop.
Experience beautiful locations, amazing food and great fun while learning how to turn an ordinary image into an extraordinary image. These workshops offer a casual structure of discussions and inspiration without any boring classroom lectures.
Americas, Tulum, Mexico (Fine Art Nudes, Patagonia (Lansdcape, Seascape, Wildlife), and more
Africa: Morocco, Cape Town and more
Europe: Prague, Barcelona, Naples & Amalfi, Santorini, Amsterdam, and more
Kyoto, with its ancient temples, imperial palaces, wooden houses, cobbled lanes, geishas, and tea ceremonies, represents the epitome of traditional Japanese culture. The workshop is at the peak of autumn foliage when the trees range from bright yellows to flaming reds. Bob Sacha will work with participants using still photography and/or video with an emphasis, for those who desire, on storytelling.
This workshop with Jeffrey Chapman & Winslow Lockhart is a perfect opportunity to study the master painters and photographers at some of the world’s preeminent museums and important photography fair. In November, the tourists have left, and Paris relaxes to her natural beauty. During these autumn mornings and late afternoons, the light in Paris becomes something incredible.
Petr Hlavacek leads these New Zealand photography workshops in four stunning locations: Glacier Country, Rainforest and Limestone, West Coast and South Island.
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They say that people get the most satisfaction when they spend their money on experiences rather than things. So go ahead and select one of these exciting, educational adventures today!