Sports California

The most popular Sports Photography Workshop in America is now in California! Enjoy all the same things you love about the Sports Workshop – an elite faculty of instructors, a multitude of sporting events to photograph, and a slew of learning and networking opportunities – now combined with the sunshine of the west coast.

November 7-10, 2024 | Location: san francisco, ca | Tuition: $2,195 | Deposit: 25% of Tuition

Deposit due upon registration, full tuition due 90 days before the workshop. 

In this exclusive workshop, you’ll be in smaller groups and will have more one-on-one time with a team of instructors that include Sony Artisans and some of the most prolific sports shooters and editors in the world. In addition to photographing several sports like football, soccer, water polo, basketball and more, you’ll also learn shooting techniques, remote camera installation, portrait lighting, and the business of freelance sports photography. Our Sports workshop is for shooters of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned veterans.​

You will learn:

Topics We Will Cover

Sports Photography

Workshop Itinerary

  • Check-in 11am
  • Sports Photography with Jean Fruth 
  • Essential gear for shooting sports
  • High School Football Shoot
  • Basic Lighting Instruction
  • Image Critique
  • On-location Shooting
  • Upload, Edit and Image Critiques
  • On-location shooting
  • Upload, Edit and Image Critiques
  • The Business of Sports Photography
  • Portfolio Reviews
  • Closing Reception Presented by Sony

Past Student Work


Workshop Information

Workshop Highlights

Costs Included In Tuition

Not Included

Classroom and lodging

Discounted rates of $169 per night have been secured for students at the Kimpton Alton Hotel. this is where the workshop hotel and where the faculty and staff will be staying! We hope you’ll take advantage of this discount at the workshop hub! 

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