Outdoor & Travel Photography Workshop with Sean Arbabi!

Meet Sean Arbabi

CREATING EPIC OUTDOOR AND TRAVEL IMAGES START TO FINISH - with Commercial Travel Photographer Sean Arbabi

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DESCRIPTION:  If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to produce compelling outdoor and travel images, from capture to process, join us for a fun day in Tehama County! Team up with commercial travel photographer and author Sean Arbabi for a day of ideas, inspiration and clear instruction from a widely published 25-year pro. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have gained more knowledge of building a method to find, capture and process amazing scenes. Sean will offer a variety of content in combination with his knowledge and examples of work, as well as critiquing a few of your favorite photographs.
25 ways to improve your outdoor and travel photography (through the sense of a place, composition, lighting, exposure, camera settings, and subject matter)
10 main steps toward processing your RAW images with quality using Adobe Lightroom (organizing your images in the Library module, processing through the Develop module, then importing the prepped image into Photoshop)
10 fun processing techniques (using Photoshop plugins including the DxO, Topaz and the Nik collections)
Cost, etc. Cost is $75 each (incredible bargain for this workshop!) Pay with credit card through Meetup (preferred) or at the door by cash or check payable to Tehama County Photo Club (please send us an e-mail if this is your plan so we will have an accurate count for the 30 seat limit: [email protected])

Tehama Country Visitor's Center
250 Antelope Boulevard, Red Bluff, CA 96080  
A critique and Q&A session (bring three images on a flash drive, or use images captured that morning to receive great feedback from Sean)
10 ways to sell your images (building a business base to make money from your photography)
WHAT TO BRING: Any camera and laptop, the best option being a digital camera with manual functions (ideally a DSLR or mirrorless camera), a laptop with Lightroom, (laptop is optional) a few lenses, a tripod, a card reader, and a flash drive. Comfortable hiking or walking shoes, a jacket, hat, and a drink to stay hydrated are also recommended.