Photography Tours USA And Worldwide Photography Workshops

Find details of photography tours and workshops for 2016 and 2017 in our tours calendar

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Participating Photography Tours USA & USA Workshops Tour Companies

American Nature Photography Workshops

Barefoot Contessa Photo Adventures

Bill and Linda Lane and Nature’s Image Photography Field Workshops

McKay Photography Academy

Cascade Center of Photography

Jim Cline Photo Tours

McKay Photography Academy

Participating Worldwide Photo & Workshop Tour Companies

American Nature Photography Workshops

Arctic Photo Tours and Workshops

Barefoot Contessa Photo Adventures

Cascade Center of Photography

Iceland Aurora Photo Tours

In Focus with Michele Burgess

Jim Cline Photo Tours

Luminous Journeys Photo Tours

Nomad Photo Expeditions

McKay Photography Academy

Tim Mannakee Photography Holidays

 

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What Can I Get Out Of Photography Tours And Workshops?

Photography tours can be very similar to any nature tour with one very important exception: the tours are planned and executed around the photo opportunities that present themselves. A good tour guide should plan every aspect of your time spent together and around the images that you will be capturing during your journey. From the position of the sun to the best vantage points and places to catch the most active scenes, your tour should revolve around what you can see through your lens.

Most tours offer guides who know the lay of the land like the backs of their hands and have walked every inch of it while capturing unique images from the perspective of the land itself. These men and women are there to guide you through their own back yards and introduce you to a brand new place full of beauty and new experiences. Photography tours offer a broad scope of exciting places to see and photograph in this vast continent.

When considering a  tour or workshop, it is important that you find one that offers what you want to get from it. If you are hoping for a lot of help and pointers while in the field, then you are going to want to make sure that you have a tour guide who is both willing and able to teach you. Many places tend to hire big names to lead their tours, but those people may be incapable or unwilling to offer a lot of instruction. If you put in your research ahead of time and talk to your tour representative, you should end up with a skilled photographer who also happens to be a great teacher, then you are going to be much happier with your experience. Remember that you are the customer, which gives you the right to find the services that best fit your needs.

When searching for the right tour company, you can often find some that are both owned and operated by the photographers themselves. These are always a great choice because they tend to really build their tours around the best opportunities for great images. There are some great photography tours in Iceland and tours of India and Africa, all organised by photographers themselves.

Lighting, for example, is the foundation of a great photo. As such, you will find yourself traveling to destinations in order to be set up and ready to photograph at dawn or dusk. If you come across a tour with an itinerary that reads like it was created to torture you with absurdly early departure times and even later returns, then chances are good that the person leading those tours knows exactly what he or she is doing and is more than willing to put you in the right place at the right time to capture images that you can be proud of for years to come.

Another thing to consider when booking , for example out of Photography tours USA,  is just how deeply into the photography you want to get. There are plenty of places that offer casual photography tours that cater to the amateur who wishes to go on a scenic trip while having plenty of time to take pictures for their friends back home. Other tour companies can be much more immersive in the photography aspect of the trip. There are quite a few places that offer workshops along with their tours. With these guys, you can expect daily lectures, hands on teaching opportunities and even assignments. If you really want to learn something new about the art of photography in a hands on field environment, then one of these packages is perfect for you.

As with most things, location is pretty high on the list of things that you should be considering when you’re planning your tour. You should find a place that is centered on the things that you like to photograph. For instance, if you love taking candid life shots of people living in the urban jungle, then an Alaskan retreat is probably not the ideal place for you.

No matter where you want to find yourself with your finger hovering over the shutter release button, waiting for the perfect moment to flip the mirror on your DSLR and capture an image full of emotion and grandeur, you will be able to find a ny number of photography tours to take you there. Great photos can be found anywhere; you just need a tour guide who can take care of the details to get you there.