Mike Langford and Jackie Ranken will be holding their 4th photography workshop in Bali in 2018.
Jackie has won many prestigious photography awards which have culminated in making her a Grand Master of both the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography and a Canon Master. Read more about Jackie here http://jackieranken.co.nz/about/ and Mike Langford also a Canon master has taught photography workshops for more than 20 years http://mikelangford.co.nz/
This is a wonderful opportunity to join Mike, Jackie and Dave as we explore the back roads and villages of this beautiful Island and photograph the real essence of Bali that most visitors don’t experience.
Don’t talk about heaven if you’ve never been to Bali, so said an early explorer.
It really is hard to describe Bali in words, so why not try and capture it on camera sensors?
Bali has it all, towering volcanoes that seem to guard the green lush terraced rice fields stretching out below them, stunning, colourful sunrises and sunsets, thick jungle, waterfalls, sacred rivers, lakes, and thousands of ancient temples.
The light in Bali creates mystical landscapes from dawn until dusk, it is indeed a haven for photographers. The depth and range of colour are incredible.
The rice paddies are a subject in themselves, as they cascade down gentle slopes, following the path of the river or the curves of the mountain, often with stunning jungle backdrops.
But perhaps the greatest thing about Bali is its people. This is a paradise for photographers as the Balinese love to have their photos taken and are very proud to display their culture in all its vibrancy and colour.
Mike and Jackie will take you through ways to capture striking images not only of the landscapes but also indoor portraits and people photography.
With Dave’s knowledge of places to visit, and local connections having lived in Bali for six years, this combination will deliver a truly remarkable workshop that will enable participants to capture the true essence of Bali.
The workshop will include four nights in a beautiful four star Hotel in Ubud, where we will explore the creative heart of the island, and then two nights in the ancient kingdom of Karangasem an area seldom visited by foreigners, but opportunities to capture Balinese living as they havedone for thousands of years.
We will combine many opportunities in the field to take photographs with classroom reviews by Mike and Jackie that will enable you to take your photography skills to another level.
Participants will also have the opportunity to print some of their best images of the workshop in high quality at Dave’s photo gallery Taksu located in the heart of Ubud .
Cost of the workshop :
$ 4150 USD single per person
$ 3700 USD sharing a room
Pick up and drop off at the airport
All local transport
Six nights accommodation
Photography teachers fees
Entrance fees to temples, historical sites
One large 40 x 60 cm fine art print from Taksu Gallery.
David Metcalf is a resident of Bali and has been travelling, writing and photographing throughout Indonesia for the past decade. David has held several exhibitions in Jakarta and Bali since 2002. He opened Taksu Photo Gallery in Ubud, Bali, in 2015 and uses the power of photography to educate and encourage positive social change.
David leads photography tours to Bali and Java, the USA, Myanmar, India and other destinations. He is involved in many projects in Kalimantan supporting Dayak culture and the environment.
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