Karoo Photo Workshop

Spend a relaxing long weekend in the magical Karoo town of Prince Albert learning how to get the best results from your camera and how to improve your travel photography.

Led by photographers, Samantha Reinders and Simone Scholtz, in addition to photographic training, the weekend promises delicious local food, the chance to meet other photo enthusiasts and enough time to kick off your shoes and relax a little.

Samantha and Simone will take you through the basic technical aspects of travel photography and provide tips and ideas along the way as they guide you in capturing the people and landscape provided by the exquisite Karoo. They have both frequently published in South Africa as well as abroad. Samantha (MA, Ohio University) recently published a book for National Geographic, (Travelers Guide to South Africa ) as well as Key to Cape Town, a travel book on the city for Jonathan Ball publishers. 2009 has seen her travel to New York, Burkina Faso and Namibia.

Simone (Bjournalism, Rhodes University) is an award winning photojournalist and works for NGO’s, magazines and corporate clients. She is passionate about travel and in February she completed a masterclass by the renowned agency VII in India.

Read the introduction or schedule documents or visit their websites for more information: www.samreinders.com and www.simonescholtz.com.

Published by Steve Crane

I'm known as craniac or strandloper. I'm a programmer. I'm fifty-something, married and have two grown sons. I'm fat, lazy and don't get as much exercise as I should. I'm a keen amateur photographer.

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