with Lorelle and Brent VanFossen

Weekend Workshop on the Basics of Nature Photography in Tel Aviv, Israel

PRESS RELEASE
DATE: September 2002
SUBJECT: Join Professional Nature Photographers in Two Day Workshop

VanFossen Productions, Lorelle and Brent VanFossen
“Taking Your Camera on the Road”
www.cameraontheroad.com
lorelle@cameraontheroad.com
Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv, Israel – “Most of the time you don’t know if you had a good time on your vacation until you get your pictures back. Then the truth is told,” explains Lorelle VanFossen, one half of the married team of professional nature photographers presenting a unique weekend workshop on nature photography in Tel Aviv on Friday & Saturday, October 25-26 2002. “Our goal is to help photographers learn how to create those wonderful pictures that will prove they had a great time no matter what they are photographing.”

Brent and Lorelle VanFossen are frequent contributors as writers and photographers to many magazines around the United States and England, including Shutterbug, Outdoor and Nature Photography, and Photo Techniques. Their web site, www.cameraontheroad.com, is one of the largest personal web sites on the Internet with over 400 articles featuring tips and techniques about taking your camera on the road and life lived on the road full-time. Before coming to Israel on a temporary work assignment, they had just completed several years cris-crossing North America in their 10 meter travel trailer, covering over 96,500 km from Seattle to Florida to Alaska, and back to Florida again. They took more than 55,000 photographs of the amazing landscapes and wildlife they found along the way. They’ve been in Israel for two years and are continuing their nature photography but expanding into tourist and archeological work as well.

“Israel is such a fascinating place. For such a small country, it hosts an amazingly diverse culture, biology, landscape, and geology,” says Brent VanFossen.

Their weekend workshop called “How To? What For?” will feature creative slide shows accompanied by music as well as their lecture presentation. They will help the participant learn basic elements of exposure, composition, equipment, and have fun exploring the world through the camera. One day is spent in the classroom and one day will be in the field, at a local park putting into practice what they learned the day before.

The program will be at the Tel Aviv Photographic Arts Society Clubhouse in downtown Tel Aviv. Fee: NIS 250; ESRAcards NIS 200. For more information, call Lorelle at 03-696-1890 or visit their web site’s programs, workshops, and seminar information.

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For more information on who the VanFossens are and what are they doing as they take their camera on the road, visit their Doing Zone.

5 Comments

  • Dewese Milstead
    Posted November 15, 2005 at 13:17 | Permalink

    I have been looking at your website and see you live in Mobile. I live in Hattiesburg, Ms. I would like to know if you will be giving any workshops in this area in the near future.
    Thanks

  • Posted November 15, 2005 at 21:47 | Permalink

    Possibly. Right now I’m in Seattle and heading cross country back towards Alabama. I’ll let you know as soon as we have something scheduled. Be sure and check out our Learning Zone with tons of articles about photography to tied you over while we work on our next schedule. We’ve been doing a lot of traveling which is great as it adds more photographic material for our workshops, but it means we aren’t teaching as actively right now as usual.

    Thanks!

  • Posted April 10, 2006 at 7:41 | Permalink

    I’m a young photographer from Tel-Aviv, and here are some of my pictures.

  • A Axelrod
    Posted April 29, 2006 at 5:34 | Permalink

    Sorry people I did’nt write that above, really there my pictures, you can have fun ejoy them.

  • Posted July 4, 2006 at 12:37 | Permalink

    Some other sight with my photos about israel, have fun injoying them.

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