Photo workshops connect you to world-class instructors and fellow photographers for hands-on experience that will invigorate your photography
Published May 1, 2007
Updated June 20, 2016
No matter which photographic workshop you attend, you’re going to learn a lot "from the group leader as well as from your fellow workshop attendees. But don’t expect the knowledge to come in a series of bite-sized chunks like the photo tips you might share over a diet soda with a fellow photographer. Sure, you’ll encounter the basic pointers, like when to use a polarizer and how to determine which white-balance setting to use. But overall, the experience is much deeper than that. Attending a top photographic workshop is a bit like attending cooking school—the education gives you a recipe for lifelong photographic enjoyment, not merely advice regarding what spices to use to kick up a dish.
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