I am so excited and honored that I will be conducting a travel photography class on October 19, 2019, with my fellow photographer John E. Powers of Applesauce Photography. John recently published his first photography book on the beautiful people and landscapes of Vietnam.
We look forward to sharing and discussing all things travel-related: research, logistics, how to overcome cultural and language barriers... basically, all the tricks in our bags to get the most impactful images.
The class is among the hundreds of Super 1 Day classes offered during a 2-week nationwide educational event by Professional Photographers of America (PPA). It is open to PPA members and also everyone who is interested. PPA collects the fees; John and I are doing this to get merits toward our Master Craftsman degrees within the association, basically in the spirit of contributing back to our profession. We do receive a portion of the fees after the 7th attendee, but we are keeping this class small to only 15 participants for the best experience.
Click here for class details. Register before September 30 to save!
Let me thank our fellow photographer and friend David LaNeve for letting us use California Center for Digital Arts (CCDA) as a venue for this workshop! CCDA offers a wide range of photography classes taught by highly qualified instructors. Check it out!
About Professional Photographers of America (PPA)
It is a worldwide non-profit association that assists more than 30,000+ members in achieving their professional, artistic, and fraternal goals; to promote public awareness of the profession; and to advance the making of images in all of its disciplines as an art, a science and a visual recorder of history.