I’m excited to announce the schedules for our upcoming 2023 Photography Life international workshops. In addition to our Jordan Photography Workshop that we have been running for many years now, we are adding a brand new workshop in Ecuador and Galápagos Islands!
My close friend and business partner, Tareq Hadi, will be running the Jordan Photography Workshop, which will take place from February 27 to March 9, 2023. Tareq is an incredible photographer and a great teacher who I have learned so much from over the years. He planned every single Jordan and Jordan + UAE workshop we have had so far, and I have to say, this is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities you cannot miss! Compared to the previous workshops, the Jordan Workshop will be concentrated only in Jordan, in an intimate setting with just 5 total participants. You can find out more about the workshop through our Jordan Photography Workshop page, and if you would like to reserve your spot, you can head directly to our Workshop Registration page.
With the help of our very own Libor Vaicenbacher, we are also launching our first ever Ecuador and Galápagos Islands Workshop, which will take place from May 13 to May 26, 2023. If you love birds and want to photograph them up close, this is the workshop you will not want to miss. As you may already know, Libor is an avid birder and a very talented photographer, so he will take you to the best spots to take pictures of all kinds of wildlife in Ecuador and the stunning Galápagos Islands. It is important to point out that this workshop will be divided into two parts – you can choose to participate in the Ecuador part of the workshop, or if you would like to take it to the next level, you can also add Galápagos Islands as an option. This workshop will also be in a small group environment limited to just 5 participants. To find out more about this workshop, head on over to the Ecuador and Galápagos Islands Photography Workshop page. And if you would like to reserve your spot, please visit our Workshop Registration page.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us in the comments section below, and we will be happy to answer any of your questions.
Please note that our workshops fill very fast, so I recommend that you sign up sooner than later.
Dear Nasim I have enrolled for a workgroup at at the Canary, Island from6-16 February. A week before your group activity starts in Jordania, is on hands. Fly costs are high. Some photograohy combination seems prudent. a Week stay at a Aggrniturisimo in italy is also a possibility
I hope your Jordanian program is not physically too strenuous for a 80 jr., old person?
Any recommendation ? Was thinking about The blue mosques and the colourful preparation of the ieather products.
Thank you for your kind advice.
From another enthusiast,
Chris, my apologies for a late response. I discussed your concerns with Tareq, and he says it is not a problem at all. The toughest walk is Petra. The walk from the entrance to the Petra Treasure is quite long, but they have carriages that go both ways that could take you. From there, you can take it slow and easy, then ride the carriage back. The only thing I would not recommend to do is hike the Treasury – the steps are quite hard to climb on. Other than these, everything else is fairly easy. You will enjoy this workshop immensely!
Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.