Free Online Live Learning with Tamron - July 28th - Travel & Storytelling
Date: Tuesday, July 28th
Time: 10:00 AM (typically runs for an hour and includes Q&A)
Instructor: Photographer & Tamron Tech Team Member, Erica Robinson
Attendee Experience Level: All levels welcome
Registration: Free to Attend with RSVP - CLICK TO RSVP
Travel photography can be defined in many ways and covers a broad scope of image making. It’s an incredible combination of landscape, environmental portrait, wildlife, street and documentary photography. All of this, if done thoughtfully, can tell a story .. a story of a place in with world through your eyes. What you will learn in this presentation applies whether your adventuring in your own neighborhood, or taking a long road trip to places you've never been. Topics covered include how to build a photograph that utilizes composition best practices, camera settings to consider, as well as understanding your location and how to convey a story within it. Time to think outside of the box and get creative!
This presentation will be a live online experience and is accessed using Zoom, a super easy to use and effective online group meeting tool. After you RSVP (using the link above), we will send you an email with an "invitation link" and some basic info to get you going if you’ve never used Zoom before.
About Erica, in Her Own Words:
I wont write this out like a dating profile, or write some perfect euphoric poem expressed on every instagram post you see. But what I will tell you, is that my life is in pictures.
I travel around the US as a tech rep, and around the world for adventure. I’m proud to pass along my knowledge and experiences in seminars, workshops and now here. All to others who feel the same travel pull on the heartstrings as I do.
My hope, is that with one little tip or story, it will encourage YOU to explore, dare you to dance with a stranger, or inspire a new challenge in your photography and travel journey.
Side note, because this is an “about me” after all - when I’m not behind the camera, you can find me lifting heavy things, attempting to learn Salsa, solving humanities greatest problems in my head, admiring those who speak multiple languages, and creating a life on two coasts.