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Join us for an in-depth course on Travel Photography with John Greengo.

You love to travel and you love taking photos; now put them together for one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences you’ll ever have. Travel photography is difficult to master; it’s a mix of landscapes, people, street scenes, architecture, and just about everything else put in the pressure cooker of time constraints and unique cultures.

The challenge of getting a great shot and the desire to share it with others are both good reasons why travel photography is so rewarding.

What you’ll learn

  • Research & planning to create photographic opportunity
  • How to make the most of your photographic gear
  • Techniques to deal with difficult situations like crowds, low light, limited access
  • How to refine a good idea and work the situation
  • How to photograph people in a variety of environments
  • How to use your photos to tell a grand story

In this highly visual class, you’ll learn about a wide variety of ideas with example photos from all 7 continents. You’ll receive a multi-page color handout with information and tips from the class. This class will prepare you to see the world in a new way, teach you concepts that you can apply on your next trip to help create beautifully compelling images.

There will be 2, 10-minute breaks for attendees.

EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Beginners to Advanced.

Students are encouraged to bring applicable camera equipment to the class.


John Greengo specializes in photographic education through online training, books, and international photo tours. His photographic teachings have been viewed by millions around the globe, and his visual aids have proven to be popular and effective. Photography has been a lifelong passion for John, starting at the age of 10. His range of experiences, combined with his desire to help fellow photographers grow, has positioned John as a world leader in photographic education. John resides in Washington State and, as a typical Pacific Northwesterner, can frequently be found in the outdoors; always experiencing life through photography.