Frequently Asked Questions

How many people attend Gino’s workshops?

Gino’s Group Workshops are limited to four people so he can provide personal attention to every member of the group.

Which of Gino’s workshops are the most popular?

One of Gino’s popular workshops is the Image Processing Workshop which goes into detail on maximizing your images for print and web. The class will be offered throughout the year in conjunction with his workshops.

What equipment do I need to bring to the workshops?

  • Leica M10 (or equivalent) with a backup camera
  • 21mm, 50mm, and 90mm – Landscape Photography
  • 28mm or 35mm, and 50mm – Street Photography
  • iPad Pro with SD card reader
  • Tripod
  • Extra Batteries
  • Portable computer with Capture One installed
  • External Hard Drive to backup your images
  • Multiple SD Card (64gb to 128gb)

Click here to see the list of Gino’s photography equipment.

How do I register for a workshop?

Please contact Gino for more information about his series of workshops in California.

How long are Gino’s workshops?

Gino’s workshops range from one to three days depending on the location. Locations outside of the Folsom area are usually two to three days.

Will Gino prove lodging for the workshops?

All participants will be responsible for booking and paying for their own lodging. Gino will provide information to the best lodging so the workshop group will be together throughout each workshop.

Does Gino provide transportation to and from the workshops?

All participants will be responsible for their travel to and from all workshops.

Can I bring a spouse or friend to the workshop?

Yes, you can bring a spouse or friend but if they attend the workshop, they will be required to pay for the workshop. Spouses and friends are welcome to attend after hour activities with the workshop group.

What happens if Gino cancels a workshop?

If Gino cancels the workshop, there will be a full workshop refund. Gino will not cover your travel and lodging expenses related to the workshop. Please keep in mind Gino would only cancel a workshop if he is seriously ill or hospitalized.

What happens if there is inclement weather during the workshop?

Inclement weather might turn out to be a positive outcome, especially if we are in between storms in Yosemite or before a storm on the Pacific Crest Trail near Lake Aloha before a storm. In my opinion, cloud formations are essential for outstanding landscape photography. Gino has never canceled a workshop for inclement weather and will adjust the workshop to take advantage of the weather forecast.

What is Gino’s cancellation policy for his workshops?

Please read provision (7) seven on the Workshop Terms and Conditions page for our cancellation policy.

Can Gino coordinate a group workshop for our association or friends?

Gino would be more than happy to build a custom workshop for your associates or friends. He can travel to your location and setup the logistics for a custom workshop. Please contact Gino to discuss the specifics for your custom group workshop,

If you have any questions regarding the details of any workshop, give Gino a call at (916) 803-5546.