We are all home from an excellent workshop experience in Bali. As with all PODAS workshops we took lots of pictures, went non-stop, and had a lot of fun. In Bali we moved to a number of different locations and stayed at two hotels. I have finally been able to collect some of the candid shots taken during the workshop and they are shown below. The picture above was made at Tanah Lot where shot crashing surf and a temple at sunset. I’ll do one more post with a few more images. There are a lot of candids below that show how much fun everyone had.
Finally internet that works. I have been stranded on Bali a few days as there were no flights to Hong Kong as it had got hit with a typhoon. I made it to Hong Kong last night and will leave for home tomorrow. So today I am posting the first batch of images from the workshop and I’ll post some more on Tuesday once I am home. Bali is a beautiful Island with some of the friendliest and most gracious people you’d ever hope to meet. We had a great group and a great time shooting our way around the island and many great locations. The shot above was made at Jatiluwih a small village with amazing terraced rice fields. The images below are some candid shots made during the trip. More on Tuesday.
We have been going non-stop at the Chinese PODAS workshop in Bali. We have had a great team, guides, drivers and especially attendees. Like all PODAS workshops the agenda was packed and we covered a lot of ground. Bali is a beautiful island with many rich photographic sites to shoot. This image was made at Tanah Lot a coastal area where a temple was built by the sea. It draws thousands of folks so shooting was rather tough. Anyway here is the shot at sunset. I have a lot of candid shots and more scenics to share when I get home to a faster internet. The upload part of the internet here is below 1 ups so it is very hard to upload and even download. Stop back next week to see the workshop in Action.
We have worked very hard to make very PODAS workshop a memorable experience. The best way to know how well you are doing is to hear from attendees. Juan Abal shares his experience at the PODAS workshop in Palouse last summer. The link will open in Spanish since Juan is from Spain but you can click the Google translate button and see the language version of your choice.