8 Days of Scotland
All aboard for this monumental new photography workshop we have put together with the help photographer Michael Hart!
Alan and I wanted to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience where we could travel overseas and at the same time share our eighty-five plus years of combined professional experience and knowledge of photography. To accomplish this we knew we would need someone with first hand knowledge of the area we wanted to visit. Michael Hart has been going to Scotland for 12 years and has the knowledge we were looking for, plus he is a professional photographer of 41 years from right here in Houston.
8 day tour $4755/person (double occupancy) $4995/person (single occupancy) if you book before Feb 22
$5160/person (double occupancy) $5400/person (single occupancy) if you book after Feb 22
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Not included in workshop fee: Airfare, Meals, Park Entrance Fees, Hotel Transfers. The workshop will provide water and some light snacks.
- Improve your photographic skills
- Learn new Photoshop and Lightroom techniques
- Private photographic instruction
- 16 passenger van with lots of space
- Second Driver included so we can go more than 8
- hours a day (required by Scottish law)
- 8 nights accommodation with daily breakfast included
- 1 Dinners included
Celebrating Light and Building Shadows
October 24th, 2018
6:30pm – 9:30pm @ Texcam Houston
$69 (Limited to 20 attendees)
It’s true that it takes light to create an image, but often it takes a shadow to make it interesting!
This two part Nikon Fellowship event promises to deepen your understanding of how to build shadows while on location for nature photographs and portraits.
Discussions and considerations from this program will include what creates light quality for natural ambient light, LED constant lights, and strobes while on location.
If you are passionate about global and local culture, floral, food, and wildlife, this gathering is for you.
Discussion – 30 minutes
Get grounded with facts and procedures that will elevate your dramatic lighting. You will learn how to match the shadows of the subject with the emotion you want to convey in your work.
Topics will include:
Evaluating ambient light
Easy one light set-ups
Multiple light set-ups
Dialogue with the subject
Model Access – 2.5 hours Bring your cameras and tripods!
Lighting setups will accommodate soulful portraits,Still-life and table top commercial.