San Francisco City and Street Photography Workshop
Saturday and Sunday, August 19 and 20, 2017
Per Person Group Pricing (City Transportation Included)
(Includes Cost of Public Transportation during workshop starting and returning to Union Square )
This workshop is only open to Only 4 participants
3 Spots Left!
Our workshop begins at 8:00am, August 19th, in Union Square and finishes 5pm, August 20th, 2017
Price includes instruction materials, field guidance, and transportation to shoot locations from and to Union Square.
Does not include lodging, food or transportation to meeting points in San Francisco.
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San Francisco is an amazing photographic destination. With the new Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate that anchors the gateway to the Pacific, this place, along with its Victorian homes, thrives in restored elegance in diverse neighborhoods perched along dramatically steep streets.
The San Francisco City and Street Photography workshop will give you a whole new photographic vantage point of this incredible destination.
Each day you’ll be assigned a different task as we venture into closely tied, interesting neighborhoods, highlighted by the bustling Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf with its exotic ornamentations. The streets of San Francisco have many opportunities to capture craftsman practicing their daily trades.
We’ll venture into the farmers market at the Ferry building packed with bustling vendors of all kinds. Street musicians abound all through the city and restored cable cars and trollies run throughout, making this modern city seem like it’s encased in a patina of old. San Francisco is a joy to navigate for the imaginative street and architectural photographer.
Nob Hill, with its graceful turn of the century homes climb the steep streets providing amazing views of historical Lombard Street, Coit Tower, and Alcatraz Island anchored in San Francisco Bay. We will be exploring the inner and outer architecture of the city.
For late afternoon, we will shoot the Victorian “Painted Ladies” and spend time in the famous Haight-Ashbury neighborhood with it’s historic relics of the 1960’s.
Our class discussions will be centered on the best techniques on how to best use single focus lenses and how to best handle your camera to the best advantage in tightly woven neighborhoods.
As with all our workshops, Digital SLR, Mirrorless, Smart Phone and Analog 35mm Film Photographers are welcome!
All of this taught by our two expert instructors, who are professional photographers with years of applied photographic and travel experience under their belts. This is all designed to take you and your photographic creativity to a higher level. Color and Black and White processes will be covered. This is a walking and pubic transportation workshop. You must be in good physical condition for your age to participate.
This workshop is open to all photographers with a digital SLR or an iPhone / Smartphone.
• Story telling in photography
• Waiting for the right moment to shoot
• Aperture, shutter speed and ISO
• Night city lights photography
• How to get the most creative exposure
• Discussions on getting the correct exposure
• How to fine tune exposure and use of histograms
• Depth of field
• White balance settings for changing environments
• Learning how to create dynamic compositions
• Composition balance and flow
Included in Workshop
• Quality one on one photographic instruction geared to your level of expertise
• Minimum 8 hours per day of in-field shooting experience and instruction
• Small class size 4 maximum students
• Interactive learning environment with two experienced instructors
Can’t make this scheduled workshop?
Contact us for a private tour or a special group tour
Changes in route or schedule may occur at any time and is up to the discretion of Jansen Photo Expeditions.
We are well versed in all the areas we cover in our workshops and itineraries may change to accommodate for unforeseen circumstances.