Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Travel and Street Photography India workshops October - November 2016.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: Dehli, October 2016, 4 days 1st -4th

5 Places available
Over the four days you will be working with me, as we visit the architectural wonders of this stunning city and explore the warrens of Old Delhi, the Red fort, Jama Masjid and  Chandni Chowk. Not to mention lunch at the famous Karims. 
I am an award winning travel and street photographer and while shooting with me you will have a chance to learn new techniques and tricks. Focus will be on developing and practising “social skills” photography, which isn't about hiding behind the lens but instead using it as a tool to interact with people, a tool that transcends language. In the evening you will edit and discuss your photos in the group with me. There will also be the opportunity to learn photo editing skills, both in the technical and creative sense.
My Delhi photographs have been featured in Digital Photographer magazine,  Digital Camera and national papers.
Above all I promise you a very memorable adventure in which you'll improve your photography skills and have a lot of fun doing it. 
  • Each workshop is limited to 5 participants.
  • Cost per person for all tuition is €350. This does not include travel, accommodation, entry into sites or food.
  • You should own a DSLR and a laptop with appropriate software to view and edit files.
  • Dedicated one on one tuition during the trip.
  • Expert critique of images.
  • Expert post processing guidance.
  • All transport covered during workshop covered
  • Lunch and soft drinks provided
  • A list of recommend hotels will be supplied on booking.
  • An itinerary for the four days will be provided.
  • We will get a lot of walking in so be sure to bring comfortable clothes and footwear.
  • Deposit is €80 to book your place with the balance to be paid before arrival.
If you want to book on a trip then get in touch and get ready for your adventure! darragh.field@gmail.com





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