Upcoming Leica Akademie US workshops

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Here are some of the upcoming Leica Akademie workshops in the US (the full schedule can be found here):

Destination Workshop - Whidbey Island, WA

Explore visual storytelling off the coast of Seattle on Whidby Island, WA with photographer Anna Mia Davidson.

Designed for the adventurous photographer with an interest in food, landscape and travel photography, this intimate program provides the perfect setting to push yourself creatively in a location that will inspire you to discover your point of view as a photographer.

This all inclusive program provides an opportunity to leave everyday life behind and fully immerse yourself in the learning process. With the renowned Inn at Langley as our home base for three days, we'll explore local family farms, farmers markets and the coastline for a unique perspective of this memorable island retreat. Cost $1599 per person.

September 10th-13th, 2015 - register here

Analogue Workshops

The tradition of film photography is alive and well at Leica! If you have recently purchased a Leica M film body, or are considering buying one, this is the place to start. Led by photographer Quinton Gordon, these three-day workshops explore the creative advantages of a hybrid workflow that partners film based photography with modern editing software. Discussions, field assignments and critiques will focus not just on the technical aspects, but on ways to improve your approach to creative photography.

Seattle - September 10th-13th, 2015 - register here
Washington D.C. - October 2nd-4th, 2015 - register here
Los Angeles - December 4th-6th, 2015 - register here

Momenta Project Workshops

Tell the story of a deserving nonprofit. If you have ever wanted to give back, or make a difference in the lives of others through your photography, then Momenta project workshops are for you.

Locations for 2015 / 2016 include: San Francisco, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Colombia and Sierra Leone. More information is available here.

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