Location: Fjällräven Cambridge, 63 Church Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Date: Wed, July 11, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Join us for a one-night adventure photography workshop! With a little practice, your snapshots, postcards, and instagram posts can be crafted into a unique narrative — and in this one-of-a-kind workshop, you'll learn the secrets that outdoor visual storytellers swear by to turn those creative sparks into polished and published photos. Whether you're a climber, skier, hiker, alpinist, surfer, or weekend warrior, learn to share your adventure stories in a new way!
Join Kat Carney, outdoor photographer and climber/canyoneer/surfer, to learn tricks of the trade. She will share secrets of the travel industry, and give hands-on, practical tips for shooting, editing, and publishing your photos. Photographers of all experience levels are welcome — wherever you are in the creative process, you'll leave with concrete and helpful hacks to immediately start crafting your individual story.
Kat will discuss how to work your camera, tips for dynamic composition and lighting, and how to create visual interest anywhere. She will also talk about story-telling through images. There will be a Q&A session about publishing, how to pitch stories, working in the outdoor industry, etc. If you're interested in getting sponsored, selling blog posts, or just telling better stories on Instagram, this is the place to bring your burning questions.
No experience is necessary; just bring an open mind, a laptop or pen or pencil and notebook to take notes if you feel inclined, and your creative sense of curiosity. Whether you're brand-new to photography, consider yourself a hobby photographer, or want to pursue professional publication, you'll leave this workshop one step closer to meeting your goals.
This workshop is brought to in partnership with Fjällräven Cambridge, Outdoor Women's Alliance, and Misadventures Magazine.
Kat Carney is an outdoor adventure photographer. She loves surfing, climbing, canyoneering, and mountaineering, and can often be found wandering around both the east and west coasts in her built out suburban. See her adventure wedding portfolio at www.swellandstone.com.