We’re thrilled to invite you to participate in a free, online, travel photography workshop sponsored by Lonely Planet, Flickr, and Blurb. The webinar will take place live next Wednesday, November 12th at 2 pm Pacific Time and will be recorded for those who miss it. You can learn more and register here.
In the workshop, you’ll get tips and tricks for improving your travel photography from Lonely Planet photographer Andrew Peacock. You’ll also get great advice from Blurb Photographer at Large Dan Milnor on how to put all those wonderful photos into a book that you can print with Blurb’s advanced photo book tools.
We were thrilled with the turnout from last month’s Blurb webinar, where 2,000 photo walkers gathered online to learn how to make a keepsake of their Kelby Worldwide Photowalk event. You won’t want to miss the November webinar with Andrew and Dan, and you’ll get to follow along with them as they put together a beautiful travel book in real time.
You’ll learn important techniques that will improve your technique and make it so much more fun to shoot on the go, including:
- How to take professional-quality travel photos
- How to look for themes in your travel photography
- How to simplify your gear when you’re on the road.
Once you sign up, download BookWright, Blurb’s book-making desktop app, so you can participate during the workshop with your own images. For more travel photo inspiration, check out the amazing Lonely Planet Challenge group on Flickr.
We look forward to joining you at the webinar!
Flickr Community Team