- Photo Safari
- Photography Workshop
We are hoping to restart photography workshops and Photo Safari trips in 2021! We are looking for your input on what interests you! Photo Workshops are generally 2-3 hour workshops in our studio or in the Rochester / Metro Detroit area. Photo Safaris are longer workshops – lasting 1-day to 7-10 days. A 1-Day workshop in Metro Detroit is an awesome adventure that keeps the cost and time-investment very reasonable! A slightly farther afield trip – say Northern Michigan fall color or Hocking Hills in Southern Ohio in Springtime – are generally a 3-Day Photo Safari. 7-10 Day trips involve flying, renting a vehicle, overnight stays, etc. The Photo Safaris are an opportunity to immerse yourself in the Art of Photography. They include one-on-one and group instruction. Bob is there to help guide you throughout the experience. The trips are all planned by Julie and Bob – hotel arrangements are all made, etc. We make the experience a fun adventure!
We are interested in creating a list of people interested in these types of Photo Adventures! Please follow the link below to fill out our survey. Please call us if you would like to discuss your ideas and suggestions. Juliann – 248-495-1845. Bob – 248-941-4859. Here’s to Happy Photography Adventures in 2021 and beyond!
Group Workshops are Slowly returning to the calendar. These will be small-group, in-person workshops with masks required for participation. If you have a topic you would like Bob to cover, please email us a suggestion – Info@GetShotByBob.com or give Bob a call – 248-941-4859.
Bob’s Blog: https://www.getshotbybob.com/blog/
Bob is trying to create more blog posts – please email him if you have a topic you would like him to cover!
Gift your family or friends with a Photography Workshop gift certificate! It can be class specific or you can select any amount and the recipient can use it to attend workshops, private lessons or purchase photography gear! Call us to learn more!
Gift Certificates never expire. Your receipt can determine how to use them – workshops, lessons or photo equipment.
Juliann & Bob DiTommaso