Greetings from the Atlanta airport (a delayed flight had me missing my connection back home last night from Boston, so I chose to come halfway home – my flight’s boarding in 20 minutes), but I’m back from my travel photography workshop in the gorgeous Tuscany region of Italy. Gorgeous doesn’t begin to describe it.
I don’t have images to share yet (beyond that shot from Jason above) because we had one heck of a busy week, but man, was it a fantastic one! Great weather the entire time; had an absolutely wonderful group of people with me, took tons of images, had tons of laughs, and had some amazing food. From beginning to end, it was a pretty amazing experience all the way around. And Mimo: Mimo is the greatest. The. Greatest.
Lots more to share, but we’re getting ready to board. Just wanted to let you know I’m back in the saddle, and I’ll be doing an Adobe Spark page on the trip very soon, and I’ll be sure to share it here.
Looking forward to being home, seeing my wonderful family, the doggos, sleeping in my own bed, and seeing my friends and co-workers on The Grid this week. 🙂
Have a kick-butt Monday!
I was one of the lucky few attending this amazing workshop in Tuscany. Fabulous instruction. Awesome setting. Great people. Life-changing experience. And the tiramisu … deliziosa!
A world of thanks to you, Scott and Mimo. Howard Wolff
Thank you, Howard. Very kind of you to say (and it was sure fun having you in the workshop. You got some killer shots!). 🙂
Scott—Please share HOW! Am sitting in Atlanta Airport waiting for our plan back to Sacramento after spending a month in England and Ireland with my wife. Have about 1200 pictures to cull and edit. There are a bunch that I am going to want to share, but not do it in Facebook or Instagram. I saw your mention in your “Travel Photography” book and it seems to be a perfect way to mix the pictures with narrative. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE do a tutorial geared to photographers and not just graphic design types.
Thanks! Bil Bronte
Hi, Bill. I did a class for photographers on sharing their travels using “Adobe Spark” (now called “Adobe Express” but it’s the same product), on KelbyOne.com – it’s there waiting for you when you get home. Safe travels. 🙂