National Geographic Photography Workshops at Ritz-Carlton Hotels

Ritz-Carlton BostonHopeless shutterbugs, or those looking to hone their photography skills, will be interested to learn about a series of workshops now offered at select Ritz-Carlton hotels. The luxury hotel chain has teamed up with National Geographic—and as The Boston Globe’s Pack Up blog says, they’re “making good on their promise to bring more "experience" to your stays.” Participants must bring a digital SLR camera and a laptop for organizing their images. After shooting the sights around each Ritz-Carlton hotel (think Beacon Hill in Boston), you’ll relax in luxury accommodations, included in your package price.

Led by National Geographic photographer Fritz Hoffmann, the The Ritz-Carlton Boston workshop will take place May 25-28 and targets amateurs in digital photography. The Toronto workshop will take place March 15-18, helmed by National Geographic photographer Bob Sacha. And the The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island workshop, led by National Geographic photographer Raul Touzon, will happen on March 1-4 and again on May 10-13.

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