As photography tours and workshops become ever more prevalent, Rafael Rojas discusses how to choose the one that is right for you and how to make the most of it
Landscape photography has become a very popular hobby today. The spark frequently happens in the form of an excuse to go out and spend time in beautiful surroundings, play with cameras and be able to share the results of these explorations with other people. Sooner or later, as the photography bug bites harder, most budding photographers decide to enroll on a workshop or photographic trip in order to take their photography to a higher level.
Nowadays, it is no secret that most professional photographers run workshops or photo tours, as it is a very interesting business opportunity for an otherwise quite precarious field. We only need to take a look at the final pages of any photography magazine to see pages and pages filled with workshops and photographic trips to all corners of the planet. But, are workshops really worth it? How does one choose the best? In fact, why not go on a trip alone and save a lot of money? The truth is…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 62 of Landscape Photography Magazine.