Its been a while since our last update on the Mayan Jungle Photography Adventure in November. There is still plenty of time left to sign up, and about 20 of your fellow photowalkers have already committed to joining us.
We are doing the "Workshops" a little differently this year. Rather than two full days of "photography 101", we are dividing up the classes into 1-hour mini-sessions. These photography classes will deep-dive into very specific subjects to help you improve your photography skills.
You can view a list of the subjects that are being considered for the cruise workshops by visiting the Mayan2013 web site.
And if you are already an expert in one or two of the subjects, you can skip those classes and go relax in the pool. Or take a nap. Or get a massage!
Don't forget, HoustonPhotowalks.com members receive a $100 discount off the normal rate. And Pat and Kevin, our awesome travel agents, are offering a cash bonus for folks you get to sign up to the cruise.
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At least once a month at HoustonPhotowalks.com, we drum up some crazy idea for a place to photograph and practice our techniques. We're a fun bunch, no pressure, no stress. Come ready to learn from other photographers AND share what you know with others.
As often as possible, our meetings are in "Interesting and Unusual" locations that other photography groups might not to go (or prefere to avoid :).
Our group has 3 main principles that guide our way:
Fun and Safe (we want you to have a great time, and not die).
Honor the amateur photography clubs that came before us. Their enthusiastic interest in photography paved the way for the technology evolution that allows us to capture light today.
Education, of ourselves, each other and the community. We learn our best techniques from each other, and we teach the community that photographers aren't jerks, criminals or terrorists.