Travel and Conservation Photography Workshop Along the Shores of Oahu
Join us for our return to Oahu to explore the sports, landscape, lighting and culture of this spectacular island community. Hawaii offers an incredibly varied landscape and is the perfect classroom to explore what it takes to succeed in the rapidly growing world of travel photography.
Under the guidance of award winning photojournalists, you will learn how to approach a diverse environment and capture its various aspects to create a portfolio that resonates, excites, and most importantly, is appealing to editors and travel agencies
From the adrenaline powered surf, towering coastal mountains, to the famous island lifestyle, this workshop will provide a great opportunity to experience all that Hawaii has to offer alongside a talented group of professional photographers.
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2021 WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS
Based in Indianapolis with clients from Tokyo to London, Andrew Hancock is regarded as a premier action and portrait photographer. His background as a photojournalist allows him to bring a well crafted storytelling approach to his imagery in both the advertising and editorial arenas. Known for his relentless pursuit of a different perspective, he maintains a healthy addiction to location lighting and remote cameras. Andrew regularly works around the world on a wide variety of assignments. His editorial clients include Sports Illustrated, Cosmopolitan, Golf, Autoweek, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal while his roster of commercial clients include Nikon, Texas A&M Athletics, Chevrolet, Arena and many more.
Allen Murabayashi is the Chairman and Co-founder of PhotoShelter, the worldwide leader in photography portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers. Allen previously served as a founding employee and Senior Vice President of Engineering at HotJobs.com.
Chris owns & runs the annual series of workshops and is in charge of all workshop operations, scheduling, logistics, faculty, social media, marketing and sponsorship. Chris has a passion for conservation, travel, and education and the workshops are a dream platform to help others reach new heights as not only photographers but as people. Chris is also an affiliate of the International League of Conservation Photographers. The iLCP is a U.S. based non-profit whose mission is to further environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography. This affiliation provides a tremendous opportunity to help deliver great content and also be an advisor on matters large and small.
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In the morning we will head to Kaelepulu Wetland Bird Preserve, a privately owned marshland in the middle of a residential neighborhood. This conserved area is a great place toobserve and photograph stilts, coots, ducks, herons, plovers, moorheans, egrets, and otherendemic species. We will have a lunch break in the middle of the day and depart the hotel after a short break for another evening of storytelling and photojournalism along the North Shore.