TRAVEL & LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

TIRED OF BORING TRAVEL PICTURES?

No worries there is a solution! Together we will make your pictures stand out!

HAMPI - THE LOST KINGDOM

31st of Jan. to  2nd of Feb. 2020

Be part of my Travel and Landscape Photo Workshop for beginners and intermediate level photographers in Hampi 2020.

 

Hampi offers the photo enthusiast beautiful landscapes, great sunsets and many great possibilities to capture the bustling life of the inhabitants. 


You will learn to create enchanting LANDSCAPE PHOTOS, to click authentic and emotional TRAVEL PICTURES and to make your photographs STAND OUT!.⁠

I will also show you how you can get the most out of your creations by skillfully post-processing your images with Photoshop and Lightroom. 

 

You will have the opportunity raise your landscape and street photography skills to a new level in a small group of like-minded people - and all of this will take place in one of the most beautiful places in indien.

Click here for more informations about the schedule

 

Period

Location

Term

Participants

Price

31th of Jan. to 2nd of Feb. 2020

HAMPI

Karnataka - India 

3 Days

SOLD OUT

On request 

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Workshop Top Themes: 

Travel & Landscape Photography

Easy learning for beginners

Learn how to process a RAW file (effectively) with Lightroom & Photoshop

This is a sample of how your processed picture could look like: 

Lotus Temple - Hampi, Picture by Runa Lindberg, edited in Adobe Lightroom

 

ABOUT HAMPI

Hampi - one of finest historical sites of ancient age in the world!

 

From the 13th and 15th century Hampi was the capital of the great kingdom of Vijayanagar. At the height of its power, Vijayanagar, considered the last great Hindu empire, controlled almost all of southern India.

 

Its capital is said to have had around 200,000 inhabitants during its heyday, according to other estimates even 500,000. Today Hampi is only a village  - but the  ruins of its glorious past are scattered over 26 square kilometers around the Tungabhadra River - Hampi has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986.

 

 

 

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HOW TO BOOK YOUR SEAT

Participants are limited to 6 people.  Allowing a more intimate experience and more one to one time.

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Your Workshop Leader:

Runa Lindberg

Runa Lindberg has been travelling through India for 11 years and lived there for over a year.

 

Her heart beats for Indian culture and mythology.

Runa is specialized in portrait -, and street photography.

 

She provides photo tuition for the beginner and advanced-level photography, and organizes photo trips to her favourite country India, for small groups of adventurous amateur photographers.

Photo Tour I North India

 

"Two weeks through North India with Runa Lindberg were more than impressive. My photography has improved enormously through the practical coaching during this time.

 

I was able to capture breathtaking impressions that were created in absolutely authentic contact with the locals and their culture. Whether meditating Babas on the Ganges, children in the original village of the Hash-Valley of Malana, the panorama of the Himalayas or the abandoned ruins of Beatles-Ashram. Impressive locations and scenarios that became a real experience thanks to the good organization, cultural knowledge and great guidance of Runa.

 

An adventure that I can recommend to everyone!"

Lea Precht, Germany

Hello or "Namaste" as we say in India!

My name is Runa,

I am a German Travel and Street Photographer, now living part-time in Malta and India.

After 11 years of traveling, I have turned my passion into a profession and show photo enthusiasts "my" India, far away from the beaten track. 

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