Ready to fully enjoy your trip?
Learn how to create an image collection that documents your holiday and conveys how it felt to be there so you can re-live the experience and also share it with others.
Want to travel light? You CAN get amazing travel photos using any kind of camera. It's not about the gear; it's what you do with it!
"Your class has brought an extra amount of joy to me for my photography. Thank you so much for challenging me to step out of my box and look at things differently."
Capture great images, even if traveling light!
Whether you take photos to remember your travels or travel specifically to shoot a scene, this course will help you get the most out of your photography no matter if you use a camera with lots of lenses, a point & shoot camera, or your phone.
Learn how to shoot landscapes, seascapes, cities & architecture, wine & dining experiences, nature and wildlife. Also find out how to get the best shots while whale watching or on safari.
You’ll go around the world with me in this course and learn my secrets while also getting plenty of creative inspiration.
Emphasis in this course is placed on getting all your shots in-camera so no post processing is necessary.
“You stretched my thinking.... You also challenged me to do more in frame and rely less on editing.”
Get an impression
I'll walk you through how I capture beautiful images taken on my own trips around the world. You can already get an impression of what you'll see in the below films by my cinematographer husband Armand Dijcks. He and I met while hiking mountains in New Zealand in 2000 and have been traveling around the world and capturing our memories in images ever since!
"Your lesson files, videos…opened my mind and cleared away the confusion of conflicting ideas from previous courses and books."
Lesson 1: The story of your trip
The story arc
Creating a sense of place in images
Finding your shots
Case studies: landscape, seascape, wildlife & modern city
Lesson 2: Capturing the experience
The challenge of landscapes & seascapes
Using framing & negative space to tell your story
Finding the right camera angle
Case studies: fine dining, medieval city, seascape, beach
Lesson 3: Getting creative with your story
Breaking some rules
Sunrise & sunsets and dealing with moody weather
Case studies: wine tasting, wildlife, seascape, landscape
Lesson 4: Sharing your story
Image selection & creating a visual story
Sharing your images with friends & family
Managing your images
Case studies: wildlife and more!
"I love your lessons - they are clear and to the point. Most of all, I love that you use photo examples, explaining what works and what doesn't, and most importantly - why!"
Unlimited access to the video tutorials
Learn at your own pace and be free of homework
Download the course material and work at your own pace. There are no assignments or homework.
What students are saying
“I hardly know how to thank you enough for this wonderful course. Your lesson files, videos, and most especially your comments, opened my mind and cleared away the confusion of conflicting ideas from previous courses and books. Each [image review] video was a revelation to me, building to the final one where I could see my progress.” — Al S.
“Brit, I really enjoyed the class. You stretched my thinking with the ‘overview, detail, and close up’ method. You also challenged me to do more in frame and rely less on editing.” — Jim N
“I truly can say that my photography has flourished under your tutelage. Each assignment presented itself as enjoyable and challenging.” — Elsa W.
“Brit, I just can’t tell you how much I enjoyed your courses, and how they have changed my whole way of doing photography. You have taught me so much, and your teaching approach is perfect for me. The method works for all kinds of photography. Five stars for you!” — Leslie R.
“You have given me so many great, great ideas that it makes me excited to get out there and take some wonderful pics. I’ve loved photography all my life and it is such a passion, which is one of the reasons I continue taking classes. However, your class has brought an extra amount of joy to me for my photography. Thank you so much for challenging me to step out of my box and look at things differently. You’ve given us so much, and I will continue practicing the things you are teaching us long after the class is over!” — Karen S.