In the last couple of blogs I’ve speculated about the future of photography. I have a few more thoughts along those lines, before I move on to other blog topics.
My camera – along with a lot of other cameras these days – allows me to shoot 30 frames per second, but limits the image size to be 8 megapixels in that case. This technology is the result of the camera’s ability to shoot 4K video, and to extract still images from video shot at 30 frames per second.
I’ve decided finally to use our Twitter account to promote our business. For those who wish, you can find us on Twitter at @toursabroad
Despite the title, this will not be a discourse on the current state of photography in general, but rather very specifically my take on how I want to pursue photography today. I just bought my latest digital camera – more on that later.
We have just launched a photography workshop in Morocco with Doug Steakley as guest artist. We look forward to more projects with Doug in the near future.
We are currently working on a photography workshop program in Mexico with Krista Elrick. We expect to add that to our calendar early next month
Whilst you will not want to compromise on your camera equipment there is much that can be done to lighten the luggage load in other ways. This post is not intended as a list of what to bring but aims to get you thinking about what you need not bring.
Before you attend a photography workshop it is essential that you are familiar with your camera. It is equally important that your camera equipment all be in excellent working order.
The 2014 Jodhpur Discovery photography workshop with Nick Rains attracted 3 photographers and was accompanied by Nick's wife Janelle, Ian Ford as our representative and Harshwardhan Singh Rathore as the tour leader
Our Affiliate Program was suspended during the upgrade to the new, responsive (mobile-friendly) website. We have now reloaded the software and are ready to start offering commissions again