The ultimate photographic adventure! Join professional award-winning photographer and Back Track trek leader Damian Caniglia to learn the techniques of photography and undertake a trip of a lifetime to capture your skills!
Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is a vibrant city and a favoured destination of travellers. Both ancient and modern, Kathmandu is a photographer’s paradise with opportunities to capture the panoramic expanse of the Kathmandu valley, bustling city streets, produce markets, religious landmarks and the daily life of the people who live there.
Damian, in conjunction with Back Track Adventures, has developed this travel and street photography workshop for keen amateur photographers who wish to expand their image library while learning from a professional.
About the trip
With five days of full access to many areas of Kathmandu, there is ample opportunity to not only learn and improve your photography, but see and experience Kathmandu in depth.
The Kathmandu Photography Workshop includes daily feedback, discussion and critique of your images. You can devote your time to taking images while receiving full support and help along the way. This is the ideal forum to explore travel photography in this amazing city.
Introducing Damian Caniglia
Some of you will know Damian as he has worked with Back Track as a guide and trek leader on the Kokoda Track for 10 years; and has lead and travelled with Back Track in Nepal and Africa.
Having photographed from the jungles of Papua New Guinea, the landscapes and wildlife of Africa to the highest peaks of the Himalaya, Damian continues to build his library of photographs and footage as he travels taking small groups to such exotic locations.
Damian is a qualified trainer and passionate about helping others get the most from their cameras while travelling.
With a list of publications that have used his imagery including Australian Geographic, Lonely Planet Rock Climbing Magazine, the front cover of The Architect of Kokoda, Damian is focused on returning with images that speak of the people and places he visits, as well as helping those he travels with to get the most from their cameras to document their own travels.
If you want to get the most from the infinite photographic opportunities that await you then this is the trip for you!
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