ASPP NE – Sep 19, 2015 – ASMP’s Storytelling Travel Photography

ASMP invites ASPP NE Members to Storytelling Travel Photography

Bob Krist photo

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On Saturday, September 19th, ASMP New England invites ASPP NE members to The Center for Digital Arts in Waltham as National Geographic photographer Bob Krist presents a half-day seminar on visual storytelling and travel – from stills to motion. Over the years, Bob has developed a method of storytelling in his stills coverage, and now in motion as well, that helps find a story in every situation.

Travel photography requires a host of photographic styles, and planning a story does, too. Bob will talk about landscape and architecture, people (portraits and candids), street shooting, culture, food, nightlife, interiors, sports, and wildlife. Learn how to sequence your vision and learn the five angles and five shots that will please every editor. Learn the layers of audio and the gear required to start shooting motion. You’ll leave knowing how to analyze a situation for story potential and how to find the narrative threads.

Saturday, Sept 19, 2015–Presentation starts at 10:00a; social time at 9:30a
274 Moody Street, Waltham MA 02453 (Google Maps)
ASPP NE MEMBERS $45 preregister, $60 at the door. Lunch included.
Follow this link to Register now

More about Bob Krist:  An accomplished writer as well as a photographer, Bob is a contributing editor at both National Geographic Traveler and Outdoor Photographer, where he writes a travel photography column. His latest book is called Travel Photography: Documenting the World’s People and Places. His book, Spirit of Place: The Art of The Traveling Photographer (Amphoto Books, NY) was hailed by American Photographer magazine as “the best book about travel photography we’ve ever read.”  He won the title of “Travel Photographer of the Year” from the Society of American Travel Writers in 1994, 2007, and again in 2008. Look at his Highlight Reel 2014 from Bob Krist on Vimeo. Shot on Sony RX10, A7s, and A6000 cameras. Edited by Ryan Mancuso.

Sponsored by: The Center for Digital Arts, Sony, and ThinkTank photo.