Seattle iPhone Workshop
October 22nd - 25th: SOLD OUT
April 3rd - 6th: 1 PLACE REMAINING!
April 7th - 10th: SOLD OUT
October 6th - 9th: 1 PLACE REMAINING!
I am excited to announce my first series of iPhone workshops featuring my incredible home city of Seattle. The iPhone has become a powerful tool for photographers. Originally, I have used the iPhone for scouting and framing, but with its improved resolution, computational power and an unlimited suite of apps for shooting and processing, the iPhone has gone to a whole new level. The workshop will cover photographing and processing directly on the iPhone as well as processing a RAW to a TIFF with iPad Pro and Affinity. These files can be printed up to 16x24 and can match the quality of those coming from cameras with large sensors. The workshop will also feature a wide range of creative approaches to photography that the iPhone makes immediately accessible. You will be introduced to a whole range of apps including long exposure photography, panoramas, multiple exposures, texture blending and more, and video tutorials will be provided for future reference. The workshop will include transportation during the workshop. Maximum of 3 persons. Accommodation in Seattle is costly and some of you may prefer to stay with friends or other options, therefore I have priced the tour excluding accommodation.
June 8th - 11th: SOLD OUT
June 12th - 15th: SOLD OUT
June 16th - 19th: SOLD OUT
August 6th - 9th: SOLD OUT
The Palouse is home to the most picturesque rolling hills in the world. During June, the hills are colored in different shades of green to match the harvest cycle. The workshop will include 4 days of photography, processing sessions, and post workshop critiques. Lodging and breakfast will be included. You will also receive a copy of my eBook to help you prepare for the workshop, The Complete Guide to Gear for the Landscape Photographer. Maximum of 5 persons.
Chicago's Architectural Gems
May 15th - 18th: SOLD OUT
October 16th - 19th: SOLD OUT
Chicago is the birthplace of the skyscraper and filled with incredible architectural gems from Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry and beyond. After a great fire in 1871, Chicago had to start from scratch, and aimed for the most ambitious buildings of its time. This started a movement to push boundaries and be on the forefront of architecture which hasn’t slowed down, even to this day. You will have the opportunity to photograph the many fascinating skyscrapers of Chicago like the Willis Tower, Aqua Tower and more as well as famous sculptures like Cloud Gate and the Flamingo. You will also have the opportunity to take an architectural river cruise to take in all the sites and learn the history of this great city. The workshop will include transportation during the workshop and a copy of my eBook, The Complete Guide to Gear for the Landscape Photographer. Maximum of 5 persons. Accommodation in Chicago is costly and some of you may prefer to stay with friends or other options, therefore I have priced the tour excluding accommodation.