National Geographic photographer David Doubilet and his photographic partner Jen Hayes, along with digital post production artist Hal Silverman have a few spaces left on their underwater photography workshop. It is being held from 16 to 23 May at Sunset House on Grand Cayman. The instructional team do not offer these workshops often, so it represents a great opportunity to enhance your photographic skills with some of the true “masters” of the art.
For full details and bookings, please see the MPD website
Syracuse University’s Newhouse MPD to Hold an Underwater Photography Workshop in Grand Cayman with DAVID DOUBILET
Famed National Geographic photographer, author and speaker David Doubilet will lead students and professionals to Grand Cayman Island for an intensive one-week underwater photography workshop.
Scheduled for May 16–23, 2015, this eight-day experience will be based at the Sunset House, a resort that caters to underwater photographers. Each day will consist of lectures, diving/shooting, post-production and evening presentations of the day’s work.
Doubilet, the most published living underwater photographer says, “I am very excited to have this opportunity and honored to have this workshop associated with Syracuse University. The Newhouse School has a proven history with National Geographic.”
Teaching along with Doubilet will be his partner, Jen Hayes, an aquatic biologist and photojournalist specializing in natural history and marine environments. Hal Silverman, adjunct professor in the MPD Department and digital post-production partner to Doubilet and Hayes, also will provide instruction.
For more information and to register, please visit the MPD website.