Monday, March 7, 2016

How To Choose The Best Photo Workshops

You've told yourself many times that "someday" you will take a high-quality photo workshop or photo trip. You have put it off for much too long. Now is the time for you to act. Time is marching on and it is time for you to take the plunge.

There are many photographers who run photo trips. How do you choose? Ask these questions to help decide who is right for you.

-  Will the leader actually teach and work with you, or will they spend most of the time shooting their own images and ignore the group?

-  Will you receive individual attention and receive helpful critiques?

-  Will the leader help you be more creative and understand lighting?

-  Is your personal comfort & enjoyment an important part of the trip?

There are still a few spaces left in our workshops and trips coming up this year. Don't miss the opportunity to jump start your creativity and your photographic skills. You'll be glad you did! 

Here is a listing of what is happening

Today's image is an example of just one of the many options coming up in the MACRO MANIA workshop at the Outer Banks of North Carolina in May. The subject is a rainbow colored plastic slinky.

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Shutter Speed 1/160 sec.  Aperture f/2.8.  ISO 400.  Lens: Canon 100mm macro f/2.8.  Camera: Canon 5D Mark III.  Handheld.

TODAY QUOTE: "Art is making something out of nothing...."  --Frank Zappa

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