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Polar and Sub Polar Photography Expedition with Coloratti Joshua Holko


by Brenda K. Hipsher – June 29th, 2013

Ever dream of going on a Polar Photography Expedition? There are just a couple of spots left open for the September Antarctica Expedition led by Coloratti Joshua Holko and nature photographer Daniel Bergman. With a limited expedition size, this trip is your opportunity to experience Antarctica “up close and personal.” CLICK HERE for more information.

Polar Photography Exhibition

JoshHolkoYou’ll sail on an expedition class ice hardened ship for a 15 day trip with access to areas dedicated to scientific research. This is not a sight seeing trip, it’s a photography trip so most of your time will be focused on getting the most amazing photographs you may have ever captured of this vast landscape that most humans are never able to visit.

There are literally only a couple of spots left for this amazing photography experience. Contact Joshua Holko by email at info@jholko.com and be sure to visit www.jholko.com to get an idea of what you will see and photograph on your polar expedition. Everything is booked on a first come, first serve basis. And when you return from your trip, let us know here at the X-Rite Photo blog! We want to catch your vision of Antarctica.

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