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Ep.
1
Gear: Alex's Travel Kit
Ep.
2
The Beach: Sunset & Sunrise
Ep.
3
The River: Kayak, Underwater, and Drone
Ep.
4
The Ruins: Light, Lenses, and Composition
Ep.
5
Cenotes: Concepts
Ep.
6
Editing: Sunset At The Beach
Ep.
7
Editing 2: Sunrise In the Jungle
Ep.
8
Montana Module Intro
Ep.
9
Experiential Photography
Ep.
10
What Makes A Good Set?
Ep.
11
Editing: Summer Storm
Ep.
12
The Art of Making Photo Sets
Ep.
13
Researching Locations
Ep.
14
Module Recap
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The Summer Photography Workshop

Alex Strohl

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The Summer Photography Workshop
Be ready to tackle the best season to make photos outside with the ultimate how-to by Alex Strohl.
15 Episodes
Get Ready for Summer
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$99 
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Alex Strohl
Taking a look at Alex Strohl’s work, and you’ll consistently find one thing: his photos make you feel something. And whatever this something may be for you — awe, grandeur, perspective, joy — each photo is created with intention. You can find him in remote corners of the world with capturing photos – blurring the lines of work and life.
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Students give our workshops an
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Real inspiration
Stian Servoss
Alex is so good at sharing from his own experiences and I thank him for that. I’ve seen both his workshops and found them both really inspiring. I can recommend them both to anyone who likes taking photos. All the best, Stian Servoss
A True Source of Inspiration
Andres
Alex does a fantastic job of making you want to discover yourself and what you can do through photography! Exploring the world around me in great depth is something Alex inspired me to do, and if you're up to the challenge, he can teach you how to do that as well! You'll learn to capture the little things in a unique and memorable way!!
Fall in Love with Your Vision
Mark Logan
Alex is just as inspiring with his workshop as he is with his photographs. He emphasizes a creative approach supported by a second-nature understanding of the tech. I myself don't even own a camera, but I've been borrowing a 5D Mark ii w/ a third party lens. Alex makes me feel like a photographer regardless of the gear I have. I've also never touched Lightroom or Photoshop before and his editing sessions gave me a quick rundown so I could get started. I'm now preparing to launch a separate photography page as I ramp up my California photo trips as practice for travel abroad. With Alex's workshop and his continual inspiration through example, I am rapidly strengthening my photography and exploring more than ever before. Cheers to Alex and his team. I sincerely recommend.
Real inspiration
Stian Servoss
Alex is so good at sharing from his own experiences and I thank him for that. I’ve seen both his workshops and found them both really inspiring. I can recommend them both to anyone who likes taking photos. All the best, Stian Servoss
A True Source of Inspiration
Andres
Alex does a fantastic job of making you want to discover yourself and what you can do through photography! Exploring the world around me in great depth is something Alex inspired me to do, and if you're up to the challenge, he can teach you how to do that as well! You'll learn to capture the little things in a unique and memorable way!!
Fall in Love with Your Vision
Mark Logan
Alex is just as inspiring with his workshop as he is with his photographs. He emphasizes a creative approach supported by a second-nature understanding of the tech. I myself don't even own a camera, but I've been borrowing a 5D Mark ii w/ a third party lens. Alex makes me feel like a photographer regardless of the gear I have. I've also never touched Lightroom or Photoshop before and his editing sessions gave me a quick rundown so I could get started. I'm now preparing to launch a separate photography page as I ramp up my California photo trips as practice for travel abroad. With Alex's workshop and his continual inspiration through example, I am rapidly strengthening my photography and exploring more than ever before. Cheers to Alex and his team. I sincerely recommend.
Inspiring & Informative
Shelby
This workshop has given me some new direction in my approach to taking photos. Alex has valuable tips for both the shooting and editing processes. He’s made it easy to understand while inspiring you to do your own thing.
Outstanding workshop
John Clarke
Alex's workshops have absolutely been worth the cost. While its possible to gain a lot of free information on photography skills through the internet and YouTube, Alex's invaluable tips go several steps further. You will not regret buying the workshop.
The art of storytelling with photos...
Jeremy Selg
Alex's sophomore workshop doesn't disappoint. He openly shares his thought process, his vision and his creative workflow in a way that is warm and welcoming. His section on gear is straight forward and he does a great job explaining "why" he choses each piece of equipment. His style and the way he delivers his workshop is just so easy to listen to and it really feels like your just having a in depth conversation with a friend, who happens to be a master of his chosen craft, photography. My favorite section is actually the bonus material "Planning and researching the perfect trip," where he shares travel hacks and his process of researching a trip. I learned a few really great tools and can't wait for his next workshop. Thanks Alex!

Workshop Curriculum

1

Gear: Alex's Travel Kit

Discover what gear Alex always takes with him on international trips. Includes: - Photography Gear - Travel & Tech Gear - Accessories

2

The Beach: Sunset & Sunrise

In this episode Alex walks you through a beach photoshoot, how to set yourself up for a productive shoot with limited resources in a remote location. Includes: - Reading a Histogram - Scouting - Framing - Camera Settings - Triple Exposures - Drone Photography

3

The River: Kayak, Underwater, and Drone

Slow down and learn how Alex approaches a solo sunset shoot, without any subjects. Learn how taking your time and following your gut will lead to a sense of enhanced awareness where you start noticing things you would have missed before. Includes: - Self Reliance - Shooting Without a Plan - Underwater Photography

4

The Ruins: Light, Lenses, and Composition

Explore techniques for shooting through trees, finding the right angles, and working with the people you're with to tell a story. Includes: - Composition Tips - Using Natural Lens Distorsion - Giving Scale - Managing Expectations

5

Cenotes: Concepts

For this shoot we aim for high noon and explore what we can do with light beams shooting directly into these underground pools. Expand on underwater photography and action shots in unique light. Includes: - Underwater Camera Settings - Framing Tips - Finding The Best Angles - Shooting Harsh Light - Adding Production Value For Cheap

6

Editing: Sunset At The Beach

Alex gives you an exclusive look into his post production and how he builds a consistent body of work that is instantly recognizable.

7

Editing 2: Sunrise In the Jungle

In this second editing tutorial Alex shows you how he color grades a drone photo in Lightroom followed by an in-depth 'how-to' on removing objects from your pictures in Adobe Photoshop.

8

Montana Module Intro

Alex gives the overview of the second half of the workshop.

9

Experiential Photography

Learn and watch how Alex executes a shoot with friends. It's important to approach everything in a casual manner, to allow organic moments to unfold in front of the lens.

10

What Makes A Good Set?

Alex walks us through what in his eyes makes an incredible set of photos. We dissect two very different sets from legendary photographers.

11

Editing: Summer Storm

Before making our own set, Alex creates a preset that he will apply to all the photos while making selects.

12

The Art of Making Photo Sets

Alex walks us through his approach to telling a story in photo sets. We see how he labels images into different categories, uses the website Exposure, and carefully orders his photos.

13

Researching Locations

Alex shows you his detailed process for scouting locations, all through the internet. He saves an incredible amount of time, and it helps him focus where he wants to shoot before he travels anywhere.

14

Module Recap

Alex recaps the module. Good luck shooting!

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