Smartphone/Digital Photography Workshop at Romney Manor
Capture photographs of St. Kitts that will make your friends and family say “Wow!” St. Kitts tells their visitors to “follow your heart” and that you will do at Romney Manor & Wingfield Estate—the perfect location for interactive tour where you will learn principles and techniques designed to help you take better pictures by the end of the session- guaranteed! Here you will leave the tourist trails and explore this plantation estate that dates back to the early 1600s while you learn the photography skills and professional tips behind creating photographs that will make your friends and family jealous.. Test your new photographic skills among the mystique of tropical gardens, archeological digs sites, and breathtaking views. Indulge your photo journalistic eye by photographing St. Kitts’ traditional batik-making process.
Enjoy the luxury of hands-on, one-to-one instruction. With a best-in-class curriculum created by leading travel, landscape and portrait photographers, this small group photo excursions will be led by a New York Institute of Photography Certified Instructor along with a local guide.
No matter what equipment you use—Smartphone, DSLR, or point and shoot, learn to see and shoot like a pro and turn ordinary pictures into extraordinary images.
Return home with the ability to amaze your friends and family with your new photographic skills and show them your story!
Special Promotion: 2 tours for the price of 1! Book this adventure and attend the Photo Editing workshop onboard or online for free! A $79 value!
Workshops are extremely limited- no more than 12 guests per instructor. Due to the extremely small group size of these tours we recommend you book early to guarantee your place.
Tours are approximately 3 hours long.
Each participant will receive one-on-one instruction and feedback on their images.
This tour is for anyone who wants to learn how to be a better photographer.
Caribelle Batik: Using the ancient Indonesian methods of resisting dye with wax, Caribelle creates the many designs for which they have become associated.
Romney Manor: Walk through ornately-landscaped grounds, set with tropical trees, shrubs and flowering plants. The residence was owned and managed by successive Earles of Romney over the centuries.
Please wear white, pastels or other solid colors so that you look your best in the photographs you are taking on this tour.
Founded in 1910, the New York Institute of Photography is the largest and longest running photography school in the world and one of the only accredited photography schools in the United States.