In the digital world, more images are made each day with iPhones and Smartphones than with any other camera. Making great pictures is not about the camera, but about the photographer’s personal vision. And you don’t have to travel to the ends of the Earth to have fun with photography. Bring your camera, iPhone, or Smartphone and join National Geographic Photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins to explore seeing your world in a new way.
*Bring a photo that you have taken and what you usually take your photos with.
Ralph Lee Hopkins travels to the world’s wild places with Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic. Ralph is Director of Expedition Photography for the National Geographic fleet. His work appears regularly in National Geographic publications and is represented by National Geographic Creative and the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries. An inspiring teacher, Ralph leads workshops for Arizona Highways, National Geographic Expeditions, and Santa Fe Workshops. His books include the popular Hiking the Southwest’s Geology and Nature Photography: Documenting the Wild World.