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What It’s Like On a JamesB Photo Adventure

I get all sorts of questions about what my photo workshops/adventures are like, what we do, where we go, etc. I don’t like calling them workshops anymore because there isn’t a whole lot of work happening on them besides hiking and depriving ourselves of sleep, hehe. We visit bucket list destinations, take tons of pictures, and sometimes we fly in helicopters or hop on boats in search of whales or lava. While I primarily take photos (duh) I also take video clips here and there with my camera, phone, or GoPro. Over the years I’ve built up a good little collection of those clips, so I thought it’d be a good time to put them together in a short video to give people an idea of the things we do and see on these adventures. So without further ado, here it is!

Let me know what you think in the comments below! And of course, if you’d like to join me on one of these incredible trips, head over to my Workshops page to see the current line up.


  1. Nice video, but some of those trips look cold, wet and maybe miserable! What kind of gear do you advise for your workshops? How experienced are most attendees?

    1. Haha, yes some locations are cold if you don’t like cold weather there are plenty of warm options too :-). Main gear is a digital camera, a few lenses, and a tripod. Each workshop will have recommended additional gear beyond that. Student experience varies from total beginner to pros. Some folks just want to be taken to beautiful places and get after it, while others have lots of questions and need help along the way. I’m there to help either in any way I can!

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