This 5-day beginner photography workshop is designed to help you take your photography up a notch from whatever level you are at now.
Beginner Photography Workshop – Mexico
We will only be accepting a maximum of 5 participants per workshop which presents a greater chance you’ll learn what you came to – and then some!
Over the course of the workshop you will get help in areas you may be struggling with in a small group setting.
This will help maximize your learning opportunities and give you time to get individual help, ask questions, get your images reviewed and allow us to customize the workshop based on the group’s needs and skill level.
On location photo shoots, combined with classroom instruction and 5 full days of photography immersion will have you heading home not only with amazing images, but some shiny new photography skills as well.
- Where: Mexico
- Length: 5 Days
- When: Spring 2019, date TBD
- Who: You and 4 other beginner photographers.
- What: A 5 day beginner photography workshop, catering to photographing in the best light of the day, in the field practice in a fun small group setting, with a flexible schedule and customized photography lessons to match the group members!
- Why: Total photography immersion, in a safe environment, with lots of hands on help!
I will be scouting locations in Mexico in the spring of 2018 for workshops starting in 2019.
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I find myself paying a lot more attention to light
I learned a lot, not only what I came for but lots of other pointers.
The workshop schedule allowed for many varied time of day opportunities. Sunrises, sunsets, the blue hour, total late night. I learned a lot about light, lens selections, & night time settings, and equipment handling.