Women's Virtual Photography Workshop with a Pro: Smartphone Edition

Women's Virtual Photography Workshop with a Pro: Smartphone Edition
From USD $39.00
  • Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: PSFQRW

Join Explorer Chick for an exclusive virtual photography workshop with professional adventure photographer Jeff Bartlett.

Fire up your laptop and pour your favorite boozy concoction for a 90-minute Zoom workshop presentation. Throughout, Jeff will cover both how to take better images and how to edit them without getting lost in photo jargon. Simplicity, yay! You will leave with a list of 10 tips and tricks that you can put into immediate use for your next hike on the trail or bucket list worldly adventure. A 45 minute Q&A session will follow the presentation, so start jotting down all those questions.

At the end, Jeff will offer a photography challenge that encourages you get outside and put these skills to use. You also have the option to add on a 30-minute 1-on-1 images review where you can discuss your photography and how to improve it.

While no experience is needed to participate, we’re offering programs for different types of photographers. The tips and tricks remain largely the same, however navigating them on the camera is quite different.

This is the Smartphone Edition – So if you travel with just your smartphone camera, this workshop is for you.

If you’re carrying a point-and-shoot or a DSLR in your day pack, then head on over to the Camera Edition.

So, who is this Jeff guy anyways? He’s an exceedingly talented adventure photographer and filmmaker based in Canmore, Alberta. Need proof? Check out his Instagram and his portfolio pictured to the right. {We’ll wait….}

His career has taken him all over the world as he works exclusively on adventure travel campaigns for companies like Eddie Bauer, Salsa Cycles, Ecuador Tourism, and Travel Alberta. Most recently, he released the short adventure film, Choosing to Live. He’s also led his own photography workshops on 5 continents with annual courses in Scotland and the Faroe Islands.