The Bob & Jim Show
Travel photography opens doors and windows to the world. Whether you pursue destination photography for your own enjoyment or actively hope to build your love into a career, this workshop offers insights from two renowned travel photographers, Bob Krist and Jim Richardson. Between them they boast nearly a century of working experience in photography, for major publications like National Geographic Traveler (where they were both contributing editors) and host of major clients, large and small.
Bob and Jim have always been pioneers of small kit photography, never afraid to buck common wisdom, championing lightweight cameras and gear that don’t break the bank (or your back) and experts at achieving sophisticated lighting with minimal gear. Originals of the one-man-band school of fieldwork. Most of all they advocate photography that reflects great travel encounters, genuine engagement, and respect for people and their cultures.
Besides the normal realms of travel photography like people, landscapes, festivals and the like this workshop will burrow into Bob and Jim’s practical field experience, their knack for problem solving, and their ability to deliver images that set the standard for decades. Jim has continued to explore the limits of how still images can work in visual storytelling. Bob has become the guru of small kit video production. Both are multiple award winners for travel photography and writing.