Incredible workshops I would like to participate in

 

Even though I am a Master Photographer, and teach underwater photography,  I know there is so much to learn from attending a dedicated workshop.  Besides being exposed the latest information, networking with other respected photographers, I learn new ways of thinking and doing things. This reenergizes my passion for photography and is the catalyst to learning and improving my knowledge and ability.

Over the last 15 years I have attended a half dozen or so week long photography workshops dedicated to family portraiture, lighting, business, posing, and image design, but I have never done a week long program that was completely dedicated to underwater photography.

Lately I have been thinking it would be fun. This is a list of six underwater workshops that I would like to take. The photographers leading these workshops have so much experience that I know this old dog would learn some new tricks.  The hard art is which to choose.

Alex Mustard – http://www.amustard.com

Mauricio Handler – http://www.handlerphoto.com/

Backcatter –  http://www.backscatter.com/hostedstore/products/UnderwaterPhotoWorkshops.html

Martin Edge – http://www.scubatravel.com/extras/specialists/martin_edge/martin_edge.html

Burt Jones and Maurine Shimlock  –   http://www.secretseavisions.com/

Amanda Cotton  –  http://www.acottonphoto.com/

 

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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