Travel Photography
17:00 – 18:30
March, 30 / Monday
Free of charge
About the webinar
Photojournalism, with its close relationship to the news media, is influenced to a great degree by the need to entertain audiences and market products. A 3-hour webinar will smoothly introduce you to reportage photography and provide you with very valuable tips and tricks.
Who is This Webinar For?
Mastering basic principles to learn composition and take better photos
Young artists
New photography level to extend your skillset and begin on a professional path
Special tips and hacks to improve the quality of your work and understand your artistic direction
Lecturer: Jeff Koenin
Jeff has been working for Times Magazine and National Geographic since 2001. In 2014, he published a photo book "Worldwide impressions" and started teaching at the Royal Academy of Arts.

Specializing in reportage, Jeff has vast experience of street and travel photography and assembling meaningful imagery out of the seemingly mundane elements.
We Will Cover Common Problems:
  • How to find the right scene to capture
    Practice taking photos to learn how to use the camera, and some may even turn out great! Don’t start with capturing important moments that you can’t photograph again, such as birthdays or toddler’s first steps.
  • How to work with exposure and focal length
    During the webinar, you will be taught the basics even a pro must learn and do in their work. Camera handling and use, taking exposures with film and/or digital cameras, and maybe even some photo assignments to get some real-time learning.
  • Basic knowledges of retouching and processing
    The webinar gives you all the knowledge you'll ever need to take photos that dazzle. It takes you step-by-step through every aspect of photography – from the absolute basics right through to the cutting-edge techniques used by the world's most celebrated photographers.
What will you get after the webinar?
We will send you a video of the webinar by e-mail the next day after the event! It will be also available on our YouTube channel.
MARCH 30 / 17:00 –18:30
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