Journeying Further with Your Travel Photography



Following the popular “Travel Photography that Creates Lasting Impressions,” Luke Ballard, from Remember Forever, will take you on a day in the life as he presents “Journeying Further with Your Travel Photography.”
In his previous seminar, Luke focused on preparation and planning, while touching on the "how to" of travel photography. In this second part, he takes you through several subjects, showing his method for getting the shot, discussing his composition technique, as well as what happens after the photograph has been taken. Ballard also discusses post production, presentation of work, marketing, and selling images.
This seminar briefly revisits Machu Picchu, but spends more time here in America with the featuired cities of New Orleans, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C., and New York.
Viewers should come away with a greater understanding of how to find a travel photography subject in your own backyard, how to push yourself creatively, and how to ensure that your photographs are different from other photographers', and then what you can do after the photograph has been taken.
Besides being a travel photographer, Australian-born Luke Ballard has been a travel documentary producer, travel agent, travel writer, wandering traveler, and stand-up comedian. For more than 20 years, Ballard has been pushing the limits of sensible travel and exploration while photographing every step of the journey. He has visited 6 continents and almost 100 countries, always looking for that one photo that can do each experience justice.
Several years ago, Ballard founded Remember Forever Photography—a company offering more than 15 different workshops, each focused on specific techniques including landscape photography, night landscapes, events, people and portraits, sports, macro, and animals. Remember Forever is Australia-wide and covers the East coast of the U.S.A., including New York City.
In 2014, Ballard will be leading “Photographing America”—a 10-month photographic tour of the United States that will visit more than 40 cities.


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