Travel to well-known destinations, everyone takes the same image. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, left, was taken during a travel photography workshop in Italy. I suggested to my client – “Why don’t we photograph Pisa?”. The reply was that “everyone has that image; we don’t want to take the same images as everyone else.” The very fact that everyone has photographed Pisa is exactly WHY we need to photograph it. The purpose of my travel photography workshops is to teach how to create unique and artistic statements. I said, “prove to your clients that you can make well known travel locations look really different, beautiful and unique and it will give them the confidence you can do the same with their travel projects”. – The problem now with travel photography, is digital cameras are so easy to use and create such high-quality images for little or no effort – that all travel photographs now look as if taken by the same photographer. “Nowadays, the photographer that masters retouching, is the photographer that will stand out. David Osborn, London.”
Fine art travel photography workshops compliment your investment in cameras; an investment in knowledge. Invest one week of your life in knowledge yet draw on that knowledge for a lifetime. Fine art travel photography workshops teach you a repeatable, methodical workflow from camera to print giving you the creative freedom to create travel photography with aesthetic values, technical perfection and personal style. Join me for an enjoyable week of private instruction in a beautiful European city or you travel to me here in the UK and we go to the green fields and mountain landscape of Wales. I can even bring the fine art travel photography workshop right to your home overseas. The fine art travel photography workshops mission is to provide you with maximum quality improvement in the shortest time possible, while fitting in with your work and personal life. A foundation of professional knowledge for your future.