Street Photography in Portland, with Joni Kabana! Sept 28-30

Posted on June 29th, by mspeditor in Blog, Classes. Comments Off on Street Photography in Portland, with Joni Kabana! Sept 28-30

Hit the streets in Portland Oregon with Michael and Joni as they teach you how to approach subjects, deal with varying lighting situations, and capture compelling compositions.  Be a part of building a makeshift outdoor studio to capture portraits of people we meet along the streets!

This class is also great for anyone who is planning to travel to countries where language poses a communication gap, as techniques will be covered concerning communication sans words.

September 28-30, 2012       Home Base Location: Joni Kabana Studios |  17 SE 3rd Ave | Portland, OR 97214


  • Friday evening (7p-9p):  Meet/greet and go over tips for working on the streets, approaching people, lighting, composition and general preparation
  • Saturday (10a-?p): We hit the streets!  Splitting into different groups, Joni and Mike each take a team, and then switch after lunch.
  • Sunday (10a-5p):  We review our images. We talk about the experiences and challenges we had, share stories, and look at what everyone captured. Truly a wonderful time.

Fee: $300 ($50 discount for repeat Street Photography workshop participants)

Here are a few words from our Amsterdam (April 2012) Street Workshop participants:

“My expectations were blown away. The amount of time I was able to spend 1-1 with the instructors was great. It was great to come without any experience and I still felt very welcome. I can’t wait to see what happens next with my newfound hobby!” – Kyle E.

“It was an inspiration from you two and the group. It was my first street photography workshop and I loved that it pushed me to act. Losing fear to ask people to pose made me feel less vulnerable.” – Karen M.

“Great workshop, not only because of the coursework, but also the way the instructors challenge, inspire and draw out your creative talents. I enjoyed the flexibility and the way the participants were included.” – Sasha S.

All levels and camera types welcome!  Contact me for more information.

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