Do you dream of working alongside a photographer from National Geographic? Or do you simply aspire to become a better photographer? National Geographic Expeditions wants to help through an offering of photography trips and workshops. Learn how to improve your skills with the guidance of a National Geographic photographer. Geared towards amateurs with different levels of experience, a range of trips and workshops are available around the world.
Trips range eight–14 days and the itineraries vary to take advantage of photographic opportunities. Expeditions are timed to capture ideal natural light and surroundings.
Aimed toward those seeking adventurous destinations, these trips explore destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Pacific.
The four-day programs are based in photogenic locales within the United States. Intensive workshops include talks, edit and critique sessions and daily photo assignments. Longer, more in-depth programs in Paris, Provence, New Orleans and Sante Fe are also available.
Full-day and half-day seminars cover a range of topics including working with natural light, what’s new in digital camera equipment and capturing different subjects.
Photography Online Courses
Choose from Fundamentals of Photography or The Art of Travel Photography: Six Expert Lessons. You can also order the two courses as a set.
Times, cost and locations vary.
This Labor Day, spend the weekend with a long, relaxing trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands. The destination no longer enforces pandemic restrictions or COVID-19 tests and doesn’t require passports for U.S. citizens.
There’s no better time to plan the vacation you’ve been missing. Step aboard with your better half, your friends or the whole family and reconnect, reunite and rejoice with 25 percent off cruise fares for all guests. We’ll also help everyone get there with 25 percent off airfare from 20 major gateways across the country or $100 savings per person on flights from all other gateways when you book your air travel using Flights by Celebrity.*
Set to open in 2024, YOTEL’s first hotel in Japan, YOTEL Tokyo, will grace the desirable Ginza neighborhood of Japan’s capital city. The 244-room hotel will boast YOTEL’s signature robotic concierge YOBOT, motorized SmartBeds and fully integrated technologies for a touchless guest experience, from making reservations to checking out.
If you have kids in the house, you likely already know what a challenge it can be anytime they come into the kitchen. Whether they want to help with a batch of chocolate chip cookies or you’re just trying to make any ol’ dinner, messes — and maybe a few tears — are likely to ensue. Baketivity helps families streamline the kids-in-the-kitchen experience, with baking kits featuring everything you need, as well as easy directions, so you can enjoy more treats and fewer tears. This summer, it has even given its subscription boxes a travel twist, focusing on sweet treats from countries like Sweden, Mexico and Italy.
United Airlines remains firmly committed toward sustainability in aviation. The latest development in its eco-conscious goals includes working with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures to commercialize the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) with biotech firm Cemvita Factory. Cemvita looks to develop a revolutionary new way to produce SAF by using carbon dioxide and synthetic microbes. Additionally, United Airlines Ventures (UAV) recently announced an equity investment in Fulcrum, and United has invested more in SAF production than any other airline in the world.