In 200 days Matt Brandon, myself and up to 8 participants will meet in Delhi to begin the 2008 Lumen Dei Kashmir Workshop. If you’ve been looking to hone your skills, add to your portfolio, or just get out with your camera to one of the most beautiful places in the world, check this out. Still not convinced? How about living on a houseboat on Lake Dal in Srinagar, trekking (with your gear on ponies, than you very much) into the Himalaya to photograph the nomadic Gujjar shepherds, and shooting in the chaotic and exotic streets of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi? Daily lessons, image reviews, and as much discussion about gear, technique and theory as you want?
September 15-27, 2008. $3200.00 from Delhi, INDIA.
This trip was the highlight of my year in 2007, so it’s no surprise I’m counting the days. More information HERE – we’re over half-full now, so if you’re interested now’s the time to get in touch.
Think Tank Photo: "Skins" Announced
I am very excited to see that Think Tank Photo has just announced a line of new pouches for lenses, bodies and accesories. Think Tank Skins are trim, unpadded, silent modular pouches, and I’ve been waiting for someone to make something like this for a while. I’m hoping to get a set soon after their […]
Great Gear: HonlPhoto Shoe-Mount Flash Tools
Just before I left for Mongolia I made some decisions about making 2008 the year I dive more pro-actively into strobe lighting. In part because I now have a studio to shoot in while at home in Vancouver, and in part because I’m getting pickier about the look of my images and there is often […]
Mongolia: Heading Home – UPDATED
I’m delayed leaving UlaanBaatar due to high winds. At this point I’ve got no idea when I am going to be home. But the broadband at the Chinggis Khaan Hotel is excellent, so I’ve posted a small gallery of selects on the PixelatedImage Portfolio site. Follow THIS LINK and then look for the Mongolia Gallery. […]
Why I liked – no, LOVED, Joe McNally's The Moment It Clicks
There are alot of photography books, all drawing from the same lexicon. The Moment It Clicks is different. I read, as many reviewers seem to have done, McNally’s book in one sitting. I was on my way to Mongolia via Beijing and had some time to kill. Others have commented on the conversational feel of […]