Looking for a good reason to travel? Canon’s upcoming Destination Workshops have you covered
posted Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 2:59 PM EST
If you'd like to travel to a fantastic location and try out some of Canon's latest camera gear, then one of the Canon Destination Workshops might be just what you're looking for. You'll be able to travel to somewhere exciting and receive close teaching from a working professional.
The pricing for the workshops range from US$1,150 to US$3,650, excluding travel, lodging and meals which are the responsibility of the participant. Canon Professional Services members receive a US$100 discount. For more information, see here. See below for the list of workshops with remaining openings.
Photographing Loons, presented by Charles Glatzer, starts up next week, so time is of the essence. For between US$3,350-3,650 you can travel to northern Michigan to capture shots of these impressive water birds.
The next two workshops are with Canon Explorer of Light Ken Sklute. Exploring the Olympic Peninsula starts on July 31. This US$1,400 workshop will teach you about color harmony, long exposure landscapes, night photography and more. The next workshop is September 18 and is three days of photographing a "New England Seaside Village" in Rockport, Massachusetts.
Always wanted to try your hand at surf photography in beautiful Hawaii? Then Zak Noyle's workshop in Oahu from October 12-15 is right up your alley. Maybe action photography on dry land is your style? If so, Tyler Stableford's rock climbers workshop in Moab at the end of October fits the bill.
Finally, the year of Destination Workshops wraps up in historic Savannah, Georgia with "Secrets of Bringing New Life to Your Photos" with Parish Kohanim from November 11-13.
To register for a workshop, see here.