Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, we will not be hosting in-person workshops in the parks in 2021. Check out our virtual offerings below.
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Live Online Photo Workshops
Join Tamron Professional photographers Ken Hubbard and André Costantini, as you dive deep into national park photography from day-time landscapes to capturing breathtaking Milky Way images. You’ll learn all you need to know featuring the technical and creative approach to image-making in three live online sessions held on Thursdays this spring. Ken and Andre will teach using examples of their own photography taken in our country’s most breathtaking national parks.
In addition to in the field techniques, you’ll also learn how to process your photos in Adobe Lightroom to achieve stunning results. This three-session series is hosted by National Park Trips in partnership with Tamron.
ABOUT THE TAMRON PHOTOGRAPHY INSTRUCTORS:
Ken Hubbard, Tamron
Ken is the field services manager for Tamron, and responsible for Tamron’s popular Tailgate Tour and consumer workshop series. His portrait and landscape work has appeared in galleries nationwide and he teaches enthusiasts how to take better photos at workshops across the country.
Andre Costantini, Tamron
Andre has been a professional photographer for over 20 years. His photographs focus on mood, gesture and simplicity. Some of his clients include the American Repertory Theatre, Tippet Rise, The Discovery Channel and Epix. He has taught workshops all over the United States on filmmaking and photography.
Erica Robinson, Tamron
Erica Robinson has always had a strong passion for both photography and travel, but once merging the two together is where she found her true calling. After studying photography in college, her first adventure was working as a photographer for a cruise line. Trying to pursue a different genre she then worked with talented Boston wedding photographers while learning the technical side working for a local camera store. Photography is an incredible tool that allows us to stop a moment and relive it every time we look at that image. She genuinely enjoys teaching others how to capture that moment in the way it makes them feel, to relive it over and over again.
Armando Flores, Tamron
Armando Flores studied photojournalism in college and worked at a camera store to support his new expensive photo habit. He has worked for Nikon, Sony and now Tamron, where he has honed his photographic skills for over 30 years. Photography has enabled him to travel to many foreign lands and to attend large media and sporting events. He’s photographed professional sports for over 17 years and has worked for Reuters, AP, AMPAS, HFPA and IGLA as a contributing photographer, but his passion has always been to lend a hand to new aspiring photographers.
If you have questions, please email Mikaela Ruland at MRuland@nationalparktrips.com.
National Park Trips, an authorized permittee of the National Park Service, and Tamron have teamed up to offer a National Park Photography Workshop series.
Ninety-five percent of past workshop participants said they would recommend our photography workshops to friends and family.
“The workshop and experience were excellent! Staff went above and beyond to make sure everyone was well taken care of and it was so appreciated. Loved the tips along the way and the settings setup for the camera.”
– Olympic photo workshop participant, July 2019
“I had an amazing time and learned so much during the photography workshop. The instructors’ sunny dispositions made everything that much brighter. It was definitely an experience I will be happy to recommend to my fellow photographers.”
-Tara B. Glacier 2019
“This was a phenomenal workshop! I’ve since practiced many of the techniques learned in that class in other dark environments, and have simply loved the results – thank you again. I’ve been telling my photo-hobbyist friends all about it.”
– Rocky Mountain photo workshop participant, May 2016