Cost: $197.00 USD
Learn how to connect your storytelling abilities to visual story telling with a hands-on outdoor photoshoot and classroom editing session with travel photographer Andy Austin.
As travel bloggers you’ve spent a lot of time refining your craft as a story teller, but it’s time to up your photo game to the same level. Whether it’s a captivating lead image that is sure to make people open your blog, or that perfectly crafted Instagram photo that’s sure to win over your followers, this workshop is for you.
During this workshop we’ll head out to a beautiful Montana location at sunrise to learn from professional photographer and influencer, Andy Austin, on how to compose and take the perfect travel photo. After some time in the field, head to the classroom for a hands-on presentation on quick editing, crafting your social media message, and visual storytelling. This workshop is perfect for everyone from the iphoneographers to dSLR wielding pros.
- Head out to a stunning location just outside the heart of Downtown Billings
- Hands on tips and tricks from photographer, Andy Austin
- Solidify your story telling abilities by learning what makes a captivating image
- Learn the value of light, along with the do’s and don’ts of sunrise/sunset shooting
- Get proven social media tips on how to create a beautiful feed and engage with your audience
- Learn quick editing tips on Lightroom for a computer, or lightroom mobile for editing on the fly
Up Your Instagram Photography Game Workshop Leader Andy Austin is a Bozeman-based adventure photographer who grew up in the mountains and plains of Montana. After attending Montana State University, where he played football and earned a degree in psychology, Andy traded in his football helmet for a camera and now spends much of his time traveling around the world. To date, he has photographed 35 countries and six continents but always returns home to the mountains of the West.
Photography Workshop Leader Andy Austin specializes in adventure and outdoor photography. Andy has made a name for himself finding beauty in otherwise overlooked locations to which he shares with his over 35,000 social media followers. Andy’s main clients include tourism regions and cities across Montana and Wyoming (including Visit Montana and Visit Wyoming), but his other clients include: Life is Good, Reebok, Atlas Snowshoes, Garmin, Firestone Tires, Kelty Backpacks, and more. His work has been published in Cowboys and Indians, National Geographic Traveler, Backpacker Magazine, World Wildlife Fund Magazine, Sky Magazine, as well as numerous books.