Brian Skerry Photography Workshop

Sat. June 2, 2018 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

If you’re a photography enthusiast, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to improve your camera skills with award-winning photographer and 2017 Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year BRIAN SKERRY!

His evocative marine images have appeared in 24 National Geographic stories, and 77 of his images are currently featured at the National Geographic Museum exhibition “Sharks: On Assignment With Brian Skerry.” During the day, you and a small group of others will learn, from a true master of photography, the techniques—composition, shutter speeds, apertures, and more—that are the building blocks to creating captivating underwater images. You’ll also learn all that goes into creating compelling narratives with your photos.

Requirements: An understanding of the basic fundamentals of photography, and an interest in underwater and marine photography. Participants must bring their own cameras and be 16 years or older.

$100

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Photo Credit: Brian Skerry/National Geographic

  • About Brian Skerry


    Award-winning National Geographic photojournalist and Conservationist Brian Skerry specializes in marine wildlife and underwater environments—from tropical coral reefs to polar ice.

    Over the course of his career, Brian has spent over 10,000 hours underwater. While on assignment, he’s lived on the bottom of the sea, spent months aboard fishing boats, and traveled in everything from snowmobiles to canoes to the Goodyear Blimp to get the picture. A National Geographic magazine photographer since 1998, Brian’s work has also appeared in a wide range of other prestigious outlets, including BBC Wildlife, U.S. News & World Report, and Sports Illustrated. He’s won the coveted Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition 11 times, in addition to many other prizes. In 2014 he was named a National Geographic Photography Fellow and in 2015, a Nikon Ambassador.

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