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20 Day Siberian villages photography Workshop - along the Trans Siberian Railway
birgit krippner
Nov 19, 2017
20 Day Siberian villages photography Workshop - along the Trans Siberian Railway
May 7th to May 27th, 2018

Building on the success of our first Trans Siberian photo workshop, Harald Claessen and I are pleased to announce another Trans Siberian Photo Workshop from May 7 to May 27, 2018.

This workshop is unique – enabling participants to further their photographic skills and expression, while at the same time making a once in a lifetime journey visiting and photographing the daily lives of the people and villages along the Trans Siberian Railroad.

Our Trans Siberian adventure is an opportunity to immerse yourself and document the natural beauty and social fabric found along this timeless and less travelled path.

Submerging and engaging in Russian village cultures while also learning about social documentary, natural light and environmental portrait photography.
Our Photo Workshops are designed for those who are seeking a more immersive learning experience. It is this attitude and a curiosity to wonder what is around the next corner that defines the type of person who will get the most out of this workshop and adventure. Photographic proficiency is less important – the course is open to beginners through to professionals.

More information on my website:
http://www.birgitkrippner.com/20-day-siberian-villages-photo-2

Birgit Krippner Photography

Birgit Krippner is an award winning Austrian photographer based in Wellington, New Zealand. Her specialty is capturing candid images using only available light. She often works in low light situations, relying on fast lenses.
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