Going Back To Antarctica – Join Me and A Boat Full Of Talent
November 30 – December 11, 2023
As one of the most remote and challenging places on the planet, Antarctica has long captivated the imagination of travelers and photographers alike. The unspoiled beauty of its icy landscapes, rugged coastlines, and abundant wildlife have drawn adventurers from around the world in search of once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
For photographers, Antarctica presents a unique challenge and opportunity. Capturing the stunning natural beauty and vibrant wildlife of this pristine environment requires a combination of skill, patience, and knowledge of how to capture this unique beauty best.
I have teamed up in partnership with Muench Workshops for an amazing Antarctica photo workshop designed to help photographers of all levels capture the stunning beauty of this unique destination. With over 25 trips under my belt, I am well-versed in the challenges and opportunities presented by this otherworldly destination.
The workshop takes place over 11 days and includes a range of activities designed to help photographers maximize their time in Antarctica. Participants will sail aboard the Sea Spirit, a comfortable ice-class expedition ship, taking in the breathtaking scenery of the Antarctic Peninsula and making stops at various points of interest along the way.
The last trip I made to Antarctica ended a week before the pandemic was declared. It was a great trip. I can’t tell you how much I have missed Antarctica, and this trip is the perfect opportunity to revisit this Amazing location.
I was married there in 2015 at Neko Harbor, a destination that I will most likely visit during this trip. My wife has joined me on two Antarctica trips, and she was just blown away by both visits. This is a great trip to do with your spouse or partner.
I have seen and photographed this continent under every conceivable condition, and each time I come away with enough images to keep me busy editing for a year.
We will be traveling on the Sea Spirit. The ship is ideally suited for this expedition, which will be for photographers only. There is plenty of room to stretch out and work on your images in between landings and zodiac excursions. The days are long this time of year, so plan on full days of photography.
Throughout the journey, The Muench team of instructors and I will provide personalized instruction and guidance, helping photographers to hone their skills and capture truly stunning images. From capturing the awe-inspiring beauty of the towering glaciers and icebergs to getting up close and personal with penguins, seals, whales, and other wildlife, participants will have ample opportunity to practice their craft and learn from some of the best in the business.
But it’s not just about photography. The Antarctica photo workshop is also designed to give participants a deep appreciation of the natural beauty and unique characteristics of this astonishing destination. From learning about the ecology and geology of the region to visiting important historical sites and gaining insight into the challenges of living and working in such an extreme environment, participants will come away with a wealth of knowledge and memories that will last a lifetime.
One thing that sets this Antarctica photo workshop apart from other photography workshops is its focus on sustainability and responsible travel. The expedition ship used for the journey is outfitted with advanced technologies that help minimize its environmental impact, allowing participants to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Antarctica without harming its delicate ecosystem.
In addition, the Muench Workshop team places a strong emphasis on educating participants about the importance of conservation efforts in Antarctica and encouraging responsible tourism practices. This includes minimizing waste and taking steps to reduce one’s carbon footprint while traveling.
The photography workshop business is a small little industry, and many of us that have been doing photo workshops for decades have gotten to know each other. I was honored and so excited when Marc Muench called and asked me if I would join this trip with him. He has an amazing workshop business, and I couldn’t think of anyone else I would want to partner up with for a trip like this.
It’s time to get out and photograph again, and trips like this don’t come around every day. You can find out all the information you may need at the Muench Antarctica Workshop page.
If you’d like to register for this amazing adventure, you should drop me a line first. I’d love to have a chance to speak with you and share my knowledge about the trip and what to expect firsthand. In addition, I’d like to make you a special discount offer. Also, Marc and I will work with you to make the payments for this trip easy to manage. But you must talk to me first. You can email me at [email protected] or call me at +1 317-379-7482. Leave a message if I don’t answer. I will promptly return your call. An investment for a trip like this deserves a phone call to help you understand what an amazing adventure you will be undertaking.
In addition, for those that sign up with me, I’ll offer a special pre-trip Zoom call to help you prepare for the trip as well as a post-trip Zoom call to review our adventure and talk about how to get the most from your images.
Overall, the Antarctica photo workshop offers a unique and unforgettable experience for photographers and adventurers alike. It’s a chance to capture stunning images of one of the most remote and challenging destinations on the planet while learning from some of the best in the business and gaining a deeper appreciation for the natural world. With Kevin Raber of photopxl.com and Muench Workshops leading the way, participants can be assured of a safe, fulfilling, and highly rewarding journey through one of the last great frontiers.
I assure you there will be a moment on the trip that will change your life. Sounds like a tall promise, but you’ll understand what I mean once the voyage is over.
Don’t hesitate to call me today, and let’s get your booking underway.
Photography is my passion and has been for5 0 plus years. My career in photography has allowed me to travel the world, meet some of the most interesting people on the planet and see things I could never have dreamed of. My goal is to share the passion of picture taking through photographs and teaching with as many people as I can, hoping it brings them as much joy and happiness as it has me. I do this through photoPXL.com, this site, as well as Rockhopper Workshops, and other projects, as well as teaching as Artist In Residence at the Indianapolis Art Center.