Explore the Maine coast with one of travel photography’s most respected multimedia artists.

©Bob KristFrom the Internet to the iPad, there are so many new ways to share the stories of your travels with the whole world. But static image galleries and Flickr pages just don't cut it anymore.

For the last few years, in addition to his magazine work, Bob Krist has been producing multimedia travel stories and short videos for National Geographic Traveler's blog, Intelligent Travel; the Greater Philadelphia Tourism & Marketing Corporation; the Wall Street Journal, and a host of other clients.

This workshop covers making the transition from shooting travel stills to making travel multimedia. Bob touches on audio gathering, shooting for story, getting started in video, and other techniques for working as a one-man, multimedia band. He presents several of these productions and talk about the gear, and the software used to produce them.

Student learn basic editing skills on Apple's Final Cut X and by weeks end produce a short 2-3 minute multimedia piece.

This workshop is for accomplished still shooters who are interested in exploring multimedia and video.


A portfolio is required for admission.


"After looking forward to coming to a Maine Workshop for many years, my experience here exceeded my exceptions!"
- Lisa Osta, White Plains, NY

"Maine Media Workshops are where it all comes together in an amazing confluence of a great instructor and a breathtaking setting. It's a great environment for learning."
- Caterine Toltan, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

"Bob Krist is an amazing photographer, but I think he is an even better instructor.  I learned more in a week than I usually do in a semester of photography courses."
- Kat Clark, Swarthmore, PA

"Great teaching - well organized - provides a framework"
- Franco Pagnoni, Geneva, Switzerland

© Bob Krist

Course Dates

This course is not offered at this time.
Check our full workshop listing for other alternatives.

Please email us or call 1-877-577-7700 with any questions.



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