Join National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting and his expert team for one of his immersive workshops where he shares his skills and vision to help participants unleash their creativity. Learn to express your personal vision in the field and during classroom sessions with image reviews enabled by Zoom. Covid safety measures are applied during field sessions.


Saturday March 2 – Sunday March 3, 2024
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM PDT via Zoom

This virtual weekend workshop is open to participants from anywhere in the world. It is aimed at helping photographers refine a body of existing work via Zoom during one-on-one sessions with Frans and his team and group discussions. The emphasis will be on individual project development and portfolio reviews.

“This workshop changed the way I was looking at photography. It opened a new dimension around storytelling, narrative, and application. It is an absolute must. Frans’s ability to look through your work and pinpoint what is ‘personal’ to you is unparalleled.”
–– Guy Hadari

Workshop fee: $1250

This includes: An orientation session before the workshop weekend, and two full-day classroom sessions. Enrollment limited.

Requirements: A body of work organized in Adobe Lightroom and a good internet connection.

All sessions will take place via Zoom between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time.


Wednesday April 17 – Friday April 19, 2024

We experienced a Superbloom in California in 2023. Given the amount of rain so far this season, we are on track for another interesting spring bloom in 2024. We are scheduling a new spring workshop session at a prime location for wildflowers where Frans will share a variety of creative approaches and photographic techniques ranging from impressionistic soft focus to sharply detailed studio-style setups. If you are interested in joining us, please let us know now because enrollment will be limited.

Workshop fee: $2500

Fee includes: Virtual orientation session; Group dinner on Tuesday April 16; Field trips and instruction; Final image review via Zoom.

Requirements: A digital camera with interchangeable lenses and a laptop with Adobe Lightroom for classroom sessions.

Schedule: Starts: Tuesday April 16 at 7:00 PM. Ends: Friday April 19 at 4:00 PM.