Minneapolis, MN, June 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Award-winning travel photographer Gary Arndt, today announced the launch of his Travel Photography Academy, a comprehensive online travel photography course
designed to teach travel photography to photographers of all skill levels. The course was shot at locations around the world to demonstrate the full experience of shooting while traveling.
The Travel Photography Academy includes dynamic video tutorials building knowledge from one module to the next via the following topics:
● The Basics – gear, camera settings, composition, focus.
● Common Ground – making the most, photographically, out of common tourist attractions such as museums, churches and temples.
● Getting Outside – shooting landscapes, street, architectural and portrait photography.
In addition to the hours of course material available at launch, there will be regular video updates to course modules, bi-weekly email tutorials, and additionally monthly webinars hosted by Arndt and some of the world’s most renowned travel photographers, beginning with Bob Holmes.
“I created the Travel Photography Academy because I saw people spending thousands of dollars on camera equipment and once-in-a-lifetime holidays, but not know how to use their cameras or understanding the basics of photography,” said Arndt. “As a result, they were returning home with poor images from one of their most memorable life events. I felt I could help photographers make their images something special.”
The Travel Photography Academy is available as of today at a cost of $495.00 USD for a lifetime membership.
About Gary Arndt: In 2007, Gary Arndt sold his home to travel the world. He’s explored over 120 countries in the last decade, documenting his adventures on his acclaimed website aptly named Everything-Everywhere.com. With over 2.4 million engaged followers, Arndt has dazzled viewers with his award-winning photography. He was named “Travel Photographer of the Year” by the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) in 2013 and 2015, and by the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) in 2014.