• 15 Video Lessons

    In 180 Min of HD video content, Alex explains his process to summer travel photography and editing.

  • 4 Lightroom Presets

    Get Alex's new summer specific preset in addition to the original 2.r

  • Workshop PDF

    A downloadable PDF accompanies the workshop with module recaps, notes, and links to Alex's favorite tools.

New in 2019: The Montana Module

Last summer the workshop took us to the beaches of Mexico, this summer: the Mountains of Montana. Featuring 5 brand new episodes, and over an hour of new content. Learn how to shoot experiential photography, create wide compositions, and make a photo set from the photos you take.
  1. Experiential Photography

    Learn and watch how Alex executes a shoot with friends. It's important to approach everything in a casual manner, to allow organic moments to unfold in front of the lens.

  2. What Makes A Good Set?

    Alex walks us through what in his eyes makes an incredible set of photos. We dissect two very different sets from legendary photographers.

  3. Editing: Summer Storm

    Before making our own set, Alex creates a preset that he will apply to all the photos while making selects.

  1. The Art of Making Photo Sets

    Alex walks us through his approach to telling a story in photo sets. We see how he labels images into different categories, uses the website Exposure, and carefully orders his photos.

  2. Researching Locations

    Alex shows you his detailed process for scouting locations, all through the internet. He saves an incredible amount of time, and it helps him focus where he wants to shoot before he travels anywhere.

The Beach Module

Featuring 9 episodes focusing on concepting, underwater photography, and editing.
  1. Gear: Alex's Travel Kit

    Discover what gear Alex always takes with him on international trips. Includes: - Photography Gear - Travel & Tech Gear - Accessories

  2. The Beach: Sunset & Sunrise

    In this episode Alex walks you through a beach photoshoot, how to set yourself up for a productive shoot with limited resources in a remote location.

  3. The River: Kayak, Underwater and Drone

    Slow down and learn how Alex approaches a solo sunset shoot, without any subjects. Learn how taking your time and following your gut will lead to a sense of enhanced awareness where you start noticing things you would have missed before.

  1. The Ruins: Light, Lenses and Composition

    Explore techniques for shooting through trees, finding the right angles, and working with the people you're with to tell a story.

  2. Cenotes: Concepts

    For this shoot we aim for high noon and explore what we can do with light beams shooting directly into these underground pools. Expand on underwater photography and action shots in unique light.

  3. Editing 1: Sunset At The Beach

    Alex gives you an exclusive look into his post production and how he builds a consistent body of work that is instantly recognizable.

  1. Editing 2: Sunrise In The Jungle

    In this second editing tutorial Alex shows you how he color grades a drone photo in Lightroom followed by an in-depth 'how-to' on removing objects from your pictures in Adobe Photoshop.