Exploring the Depth of Photography
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This three-day tour takes in the best of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, including both a sunrise and a sunset, with the highlight being a visit to the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge for some bird photography. This tour is limited to only eight participants! DATES: December 26 – 28, 2014
Experience and photograph the splendor, color and people of one of the world’s most unique cities. This eight-day tour is the creative journey of a lifetime!
DATES: March 8 – 15, 2015
The building blocks of a digital image are these tiny things called “pixels”. This image, captured by the pixels, is then converted into a digital file, usually a JPEG or RAW format (and can be many “megabytes” in size). Not sure what all this means?
DATE: January 8, 2015
Do you want to “take” pictures, or “make” photographs? This popular special six-evening session helps you to progress from “automatic” operation of your camera to “semi–automatic” or “manual” operation.
DATES: Jan. / Feb. 2014
Do you live in the Asheville / Western North Carolina area? Do you have a camera? Are you interested in meeting some new folks in a casual, creative setting, and do some urban shooting? Vagabond Photo Walks are a fantastic way to get some fresh air, some exercise, and to get those creative juices flowing. Best of all, it’s FREE!
So, you want to learn a thing or two about photography, but you’re having trouble finding a good match between your specific interests and what’s on offer in and around Asheville. Why not contact us to conduct a workshop or seminar for your camera club or organization?
Are you interested in a Vagabond Vistas photo tour in the Northeast USA (NYC / Philly / Delaware Valley)? Here is a list of our most popular events in the area.
This half-day tour concentrates on the peaceful and historic Delaware Valley on the Pennsylvania side of the river, taking advantage of the peak color of the region’s famous fall foliage. DATE: 2015 Date TBD
The Ken Lockwood Gorge — a short stretch of the South Branch of the Raritan River — is one of the best-kept secrets in New Jersey, if not the entire Northeast USA. Although well-known with local trout fly-fishermen (and women), its natural beauty and its tranquility remain under the radar of most New Jersey residents. DATE: 2015 Date TBD
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