Vancouver Photo Workshops proudly announces personal portfolio review sessions with National Geographic Photographer Massimo Bassano (in Vancouver from Italy).
Getting a personal in-depth porfolio review from a qualified and experienced photographer is likely the quickest and surest way to improve your photography.
Massimo has travelled to all five Continents for National Geographic, covering a wide variety of subjects. His enthusiasm about photography to discover people and culture is highly contagious. Massimo is in Vanocuver from Italy, so this is a very rare opportunity to sit down with a National Geographic Photographer without having to leave our beautiful city.
For these personal sessions, Massimo will share his vast experience and knowledge to help you elevate your photography. You get 25 minutes of personal one-on-one time with Massimo. You can use this time to show and share your photographs, and we also encourage any questions / comments about your work.
This personal portfolio review session is not just for the advanced photographers – beginners, intermediate and advanced photographers can all benefit from a portfolio review.
The purpose is to show you where you are, and where to go to learn the next step so that you can continue to improve your craft.
How to prepare for the portfolio review:
We suggest to bring between 10 and 20 photographs for your review. You can bring digital images (jpeg image format preferred) on a USB stick. You are welcome to bring your computer with the images loaded on it as well. Prints are welcome as well (4"x6" is large enough).
Please note we have several session offered on July 11 and 12. When you click the registration link below you will be able to select which day and time works best for your schedule. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled review starts.
The portfolio review session are being held at the Ironworks Studios, 235 Alexander Street in Vancouver. Free street parking located outside, ad there are several pay-lots in gastown (only a couple of blocks away). Bus routes #3, #4 and #22 have stops closeby.
While in Vancouver, Massimo also teaches an exclusive 4 Day Master Workshop on visual story-telling.