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Photo Workshops

 

by Kevin+Pansa

 
Do you want to learn how to get the most from your camera and really enjoy photography? Whether online or in person we’d love to teach you. If you’re looking for things to do in Chiang Mai and northern Thailand, (or beyond,) we can teach you in person. Anywhere on the planet you can learn with us online. All our travel photography and online workshops are designed for amateur photographers of all levels.
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We run travel photography workshops to teach you to know your camera better. Learn to experience real creative expression in your photography. Modern cameras are full of incredible technology with many automatic settings. They are great for making snapshots, but you want more than that. You can learn to use your camera to create images with feeling. Images that tell a story and really communicate your vision.
 
We have an expanding range of online courses designed to fit your lifestyle. No need to make extra time for extended study as our online workshops will integrate easily into your daily routine. If you’re traveling to Thailand come and meet us in person. We can tailor a workshop to your skill level and share our passion for photography with you.
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In Person Workshops teaching you to make photos like a pro

travel photography workshops

Chiang Mai is a culturally rich and visually diverse city in northern Thailand. It’s full of opportunities to create memorable images. Our travel photography workshops are designed to give you a genuine experience of the city (and surrounds.) We avoid most of the very touristic locations. Joining one of our workshops gives you the opportunity learn with our team and take the mystery out of your camera. You can learn to have a greater freedom to enjoy the art of photography.

 

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travel photography workshops @ Suan Sook Homestay

 
Fancy taking a travel photography retreat? We’ve designed and built our home to accommodate guests, especially ones who love photography and want to learn more. Photography is fabulous therapy and the tranquil surroundings will enhance your learning experience.
 
We are located about one hour drive from Chiang Mai airport. Our homestay is ideally situated at the foot of Doi Inthanon National Park. Inthanon is Thailand’s highest mountain and offers an abundance of superb photography locations. Come and design a travel photography workshop to best balance what you’d like to see and learn.
 
Our Weekend Market Workshops are an ideal street photography environment. They provide a true cultral adventure.
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online photography workshops

Taking an online course is a great way to learn to get the most from your camera when you can’t make it to one of our workshops in person … and a great way to remind yourself of what you learned if you have experienced learning with us in person.
 
Once you’ve enrolled in any of our online courses you have continual access. You can revisit all the lessons as often as you want. Like our in-person workshops, our online courses are extremely practical. We offer a lot more than just onscreen tutoring.
 
There’s no deadlines and no pressure. You take the courses in your own time and complete them as you can. We work with Teachable.com to ensure secure, reliable hosting of our courses. Their payment gateway is professional and secure so you can be confident in making an online payment. All our courses come with a 30-day money back guarantee. If for any reason you’re not happy with the course your purchase payment will be refunded.
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