Capturing images that inspire, entertain and transport is one of the best parts of a great journey. Travel photography may seem like the easiest art form, but, in reality, it’s the easiest at to make mediocre. Becoming more skilled with any kind of camera doesn’t require spending weeks in the mountains with a photo guru, just a handful of simple steps that will change the way you look at photography — and change the way people look at your photos.
Join Chronicle Travel Editor Spud Hilton, who’s captured images for Chronicle Travel on six continents and has earned 11 Lowell Thomas Awards for travel journalism, as he talks about the easy fixes that take photos from mediocre to memorable.
Exclusive to our members, this is your chance to listen to and meet a Chronicle writer. Put a face to the name and purchase your tickets today.
Wednesday, June 8
6:45-7 p.m.: Check-in
7-7:15 p.m.: Light appetizers and refreshments
7:15-8 p.m.: Travel photo presentation
8-8:30 p.m.: Meet and greet
San Francisco Chronicle
901 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
*Paid parking is available across the street at the Fifth and Mission Parking Garage. Members are responsible for their own transportation and any parking fees.
Note: Tickets are limited, nontransferable, nonrefundable and ONLY available to active San Francisco Chronicle members. The San Francisco Chronicle may take photographs at this event and use them in its promotional materials. By attending the event, you consent to be photographed and for your image to be used in such materials.