- April 29, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
There is nothing like visiting somewhere new to you to bring out the inner photographer in all of us. Whether your heading off for a back-country hiking trip in a national park, off for a foodie tour of Thailand, or heading to Paris for some high culture, a camera is a vital part of the modern travel kit. But which camera? How do you keep it safe? What can you photograph and what should you ask?
In this class we will learn how to decide what to take, how to pack it, how to approach and take pictures in parts unknown (including cultural issues, and photographic technique). We will discuss both common universally useful gear and accessories for keeping your gear and files safe on the road. We will wrap up with a review of some of the great travel photography of the world.
- What To Bring!?!?! – Picking Gear Based on Your Vision
- Packing & Transport Options
- Keeping Your Photos Safe on the Road
- Editing and Sharing from the Road
- Travel Hassles and Things to Watch Out For
- Cultural Issues and Keeping Everyone Happy
- Types of Travel Photography
- Great Travel Photography – Examples, Techniques
No equipment is required. Simply bring yourself and whatever you want to take notes with.
This is an all levels class designed to give practical and real world advice for traveling as a photographer. This class is appropriate for photographers of all levels and intensities.
This class is taught by Photography Instructor Andrew Fritz.
He is a self taught experiential learner who is addicted to the possibilities that new (to him) gear open up. He loves to share the things he has worked out. Andrew started with a passion for landscape and night photography and quickly branched out to work in just about every form of photography. He is an ex-software developer with extensive experience in the IT realm.