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Animal Photography At Triple D

New Orleans: Food, Culture, and Music

During its 300 years, New Orleans has been a part of France, Spain and the US. Its history has been created by people from Africa, Cuba, Haiti, Europe, and Vietnam, giving it a culture like no other city in the world. In this travel photography workshop, you will capture the unique elements of New Orleans culture, food, and music.

This is your opportunity to make action and event photographs with a Second Line Band through the steamy French Quarter. Learn the ins and outs of food photography while you dine on amazing Creole cooking in a historic restaurant and eat a po’boy from a great local dive. Make music photos of a live band as jazz fills the air in a night club. Spark your creativity shooting street photography with historic New Orleans as the background. Search for the spirits of the city and create location portraits in one of the city’s cemeteries. You’ll be exploring, living, tasting and photographing New Orleans for 4 days.

Canon Instructor and Photographer Freddy Clark will be there to help you realize your unique vision of New Orleans while Canon USA will be there to lend you gear to make help you make the most of your images. Learn more.

Animal Photography At Triple D

Kentucky Horse Racing and Bourbon Trail

Mid to late April, the bluegrass state is ushering in spring with trees and flowers blooming. This is the perfect time to visit Kentucky’s Iconic destinations. Join Canon Explorer of Light Adam Jones in this workshop that centers around thoroughbred horse racing at world famous Keeneland race track in Lexington, KY.

Where We’re Going:

A well-known horse farm adjacent to Keeneland is a perfect morning shoot before racing begins for the day. Along the rail of the track, we photograph majestic horses thundering past at close range. In addition to the action, the grounds and accessible behind the scenes areas are beautiful and provide plenty of slower paced opportunities. This is a full day event, breaking in the afternoon for reviews and critiques.

We will also photograph Shaker Village, a restored Shaker community with great architecture and scenic grounds for an early shoot. Here we can photograph people in period costumes, classic simple Shaker architecture and more. The village consists of 3000 acres of rolling hills, white fences, horses, doorways, barns, and architectural details and hand made furniture. We learn how to envision and capture creative travel, architecture, and landscapes in a variety of natural and man-made settings. Also instructing how to use flash indoors and out for natural-looking results.

The two final shooting locations we will photograph are the historic Woodford Reserve and the Buffalo Trace distilleries on the Bourbon Trail. The grounds and buildings offer a wide variety of filming and learning opportunities. Learn more. 

Animal Photography At Triple D

New York City Travel Photography Marathon — Hotel Included!

New York City – from Chinatown to the Brooklyn Bridge, from the Top of the Rock to Times Square, from Central Park to the Oculus – offers endless photo opportunities. Add nearby by Dumbo Pier in Brooklyn, Coney Island and the Unisphere, along with a private, sunset boat ride around lower Manhattan Island, and you have the makings of an awesome “images with impact” portfolio.

Canon Explorer Rick Sammon, along with a team of dedicated and talented Canon Live Learning professionals, will be your photo guides and photo coaches on this fast-paced, live-learning photo workshop. We’ll have some early morning shoots, including a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, and evening shoots, including a sunset shoot at Dumbo Pier in Brooklyn. Also, we’ll have processing sessions where you’ll learn how to enhance your pictures in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Learn more. 

Landscapes and Wildlife Yellowstone National Park Session 2

Spend an unforgettable four days focusing on the spectacular landscapes and magnificent wildlife of Yellowstone National Park, the American treasure hailed as the ‟Serengeti of North America.”

You’ll visit Yellowstone in September, a perfect time, thanks to small crowds, vivid landscapes, active wildlife and herds of elk wandering meadows along the riverbanks. Internationally recognized nature photographer and Canon Explorer of Light, Adam Jones, is your guide as you photograph remarkable scenic landscapes and wildlife including elk, deer, bear, coyote and large herds of bison. Learn more. 

Questions? Learn more at usa.canon.com/destinationworkshops or contact [email protected].

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