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The Street Photography Workshop In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City – HCMC) is a unique interactive workshop for anyone interested in street photography or looking to improve their current skills. The workshop takes place weekly on Saturday or Sunday. The day starts around 6:00 am where we first will go over some basic shooting tips after which we will start to take photos in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) for about 4 hours.  Later we will take a short break and start our 2 hour workflow and post-processing session. The workshop will be lead by JarekN or Reggie and will cover the following:

– How to get over the fear of shooting street photography
– How to tell a story with your photos
– How to ask people to take street portraits
– Various technical settings to use in street photography
– How to deal with people who get offended by street photography
– Organizing & Sorting
– Basic Post-processing

Although street photography can be scary, this workshop will teach you the practical skills on how to become more courageous and bold. You will learn how to capture people in their ordinary environments. Street photography is a wonderful craft, and this workshop will be helpful to beginner, intermediate, and advanced photographers.

Things you will need:
– A DSLR Camera is preferred
– Your favorite lens
– Laptop computer for workshop and post-processing session
– Your software should consist of Adobe Photoshop CS5/6/CC and Adobe Lightroom 5/6/CC, Silver Efex Pro™ 2
(If you have a different software package please check with us first to see if it will be of any use.)

$250 USD for session with Reggie.

$400 USD for session with JarekN.

The workshop is limited to 4 participants and requires reservation which should be done minimum 3 days prior to the workshop day.

Cost Includes all transport around the city and to the class room. Cost does not include: International flights, passport & visa fees, tips, travel insurance, vaccinations and medical cover/treatment, accommodations, and personal expenses such as beverages/snacks, internet access fees, etc.