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Online Newsletter for January 2006

This Issue Includes:

Winter Photography Workshops

Tony O'Brien Exhibition

Special Offer from PictureFrames.com

Apple Computers -- AppleCare Special

Healing Retreat for Women with Cancer in March

On-the-Road Workshops

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase presents New Work by Susan Ban

Santa Fe Center for Photography: Upcoming Program 

Calumet Presents Silver Conference and Competition

National Geographic Traveler Offers Two Seminars in January




Quick Links:

Winter/Spring Photography Workshops

Summer Photography Workshops

Digital Lab Workshops

Digital Workflow Intensive, May 2006

The Workshops Store



 
Quote of the Month

"Photography is a means of recording forever the things one sees for a moment."

-Aaron Sussman



Jerry's Digital Tip of the Month
Explore the perspective control feature of the crop tool in Photoshop with Jerry as he explains how to use this handy tool. Click here to download the QuickTime movie and companion image.







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Winter Photography Workshops

© Josh Sanseri
Many of our winter photography workshops are full at this point but there are others with space available just for you. It's not too late to sign up for workshops in February and March. Click on the links below to read more about these available workshops and call the Workshops to register for an upcoming workshop.

Digital Photography in the Land of Enchantment with Steve Walenta

Beginning Photography with Sarah Meghan Lee

Learning to See Creatively with Michael Long

Creative Portraiture with Rosanne Olson

Getting Close with Norman Mauskopf

Introduction to Portrait Lighting with Josh Sanseri

Raw File Capture and Editing Techniques with Eliot Cohen

A Visual Journey with Renie Haiduk

Tony O'Brien Exhibition

© Tony O'Brien
Congratulations. Photographer and frequent instructor, Tony O'Brien celebrates his long and successful career with an exhibition of his work at Verve Fine Arts in Santa Fe, January 13 to February 25. For those of you not able to attend in person can view the work at www.santafephotogallery.com; click on exhibits. To view an extended gallery of his images click on "Tony O’Brien" under Represented Artists.

Tony will teach "Seeing Light" for the Workshops later this year in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, October 29 to November 4.

Special Offer from PictureFrames.com
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Visit www.pictureframes.com or call 877-70-FRAME (877-703-7263) to find out how we can support your abundant creative life.

Apple Computers -- AppleCare Special
Announcing: The all-new MacBook
Pro with Intel Core Duo and built-in
iSight Camera. Click here for more
details.
Protect your Apple investment with AppleCare -- up to 3 years of additional Apple-certified repair and expert telephone support. Purchase a PowerBook, PowerMac (with or without display) or the brand new MacBook Pro and select the AppleCare Protection Plan as an option at one-half the Workshops' retail price (will vary depending on computer model, through Feb. 15 only). Call Alan Myers at the Workshops (505-983-1400 ext. 13) for futher information on all available Apple Products and to take advantage of this great special.

For additional products available through The Workshops, choose Apple Value Added Reseller from the home page. Use SFW0106 when asked for the password. You can also go to Apple's Web site for complete product descriptions and available options.


Healing Retreat for Women with Cancer, March in Santa Fe
© Elizabeth Opalenik
According to an old Chinese saying, a life crisis can be the occasion both for suffering and for welcome change. A cancer diagnosis, in this way, may be met with struggle, fear, and resignation, or viewed as an opportunity for deep reflection and resolution of old patterns and issues. Even as they deal medically with their disease, many people are deeply engaged in letting go of old patterns of behavior and inventing new actions that honor life, bring peace, and promote healing.

Scheduled for March 26-April 1 in Santa Fe, this special workshop, led by Matthew Budd, M.D., Elizabeth Opalenik, and Connie Reider, is about seizing the opportunity for positive change and making life-giving choices. The instructors guide participants to identify and reflect on destructive patterns and bring forth new and satisfying behaviors. Our week together includes self-reflective talks and exercises, free writing, inspiration from the world’s wisdom and spiritual literature, and creative art-making. Photography is the vehicle that we use to strengthen our creative “muscles” as we search for new solutions to old problems.

For complete information and instructor biographies click here. For further information on our other workshops or to register, please contact the Santa Fe Workshops at (505) 983-1400 or email us at info@santafeworkshops.com.

On-the-Road Workshops
Easter Week photo opportunity © Raul Touzon
The Santa Fe Workshops is pleased to offer on-the-road workshops to a variety of destinations, in and out of the United States. Several upcoming workshops are listed below. For further information, click on the workshop title.

Big Sur, California
Led by Eddie Soloway
March 16-19

Veteran Santa Fe instructor Eddie Soloway takes his popular "Natural Eye" workshop to Big Sur, a region known for it's rugged natural beauty. Eddie presents ideas and assignments designed to challenge the photographer visually and technically.

Easter Week in the Heartland of Mexico
Led by Raul Touzon
April 8-18

This is the third year for this 11-day workshop, led by photographer Raul Touzon, which takes full advantage of the myriad of sights and delights of Holy Week in Colonial Mexico. In addition to daily photographic opportunities, time is devoted to reviews and critiques as well as short lectures on how to improve your photographic skills.

Ireland - A Photographic and Cultural Workshop in County Mayo

Led by John Weiss
May 23 - June 2 or October 20-30

Western Ireland is a land of remarkable light, rugged natural beauty, and warm people eager to share their rich heritage. From our home base in County Mayo, where traditional culture still thrives, we travel south to Connemara and north to Achill Island, photographing tiny villages, hidden beaches, ancient abbeys, and druid woods. We discover a land and culture throughliving it, and touch the spirit and soul of Ireland as few visitors ever experience it. Join John Weiss for a very personal experience of this land and its culture.

*Please note: limited spaces are still available for the end of March workshop in Morocco with John Weiss

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase presents New Work by Susan Bank

© copyright Susan Bank, 2005
"I am working with campesinos and their families from the tobacco- growing region of Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba, exploring an agrarian culture in which there are no modern conveniences. I am working with people who have never been photographed before. What a rare gift to be handed a photographer! "--Susan Bank.

View Susan Bank's portfolio Campo Adentro

The Photographer's Showcase is an online juried gallery at photoeye.com. Application is open to photographer's worldwide. Read more as to how you can submit work.

View other Photographer's Showcase portfolios

Santa Fe Center for Photography: Upcoming Program

From the traveling exhibition “Night Journey”  © Susan kae Grant
The Business Of Being An Artist
Friday, January 20th in conjunction with Photo LA

A half-day seminar to help you create a successful career. Topics include Marketing Essentials, Perspectives from a Gallery owner, and Estate Considerations.

For further information on this event or to register, please visit SFCP’s Web site at: www.sfcp.org , or call 505-984-8353.

Calumet Presents Silver Conference and Competition
Calumet has added some updated information about the upcoming Silver Conference and Competition in Pasadena, CA. You'll see more links to speakers' websites and more details about the panelists and topics for the conference. Also, be sure to download the competition entry form and details.

This conference is jointly sponsored by Ilford Photo and Calumet Photographic and is a must-attend event for dedicated black-and-white photographers and printmakers. Plenty of spots are still available but it's recommended that you register early to ensure your place at the conference.

For further details, including hotel information and airline discounts, go to the Calumet website.

National Geographic Traveler Offers Two Seminars in January

© Ralph Lee Hopkins
"Inside Secrets of Successful Travel Photography"
Houston - January 22

Join National Geographic Traveler photographer Jim Richardson and Traveler Senior Editor Dan Westergren for an in-depth presentation on what it takes to produce excellent travel photos.

"Travel Photography in a Digital World"
Washington, DC - January 29

Would you like to learn more about how to get the most out of the new digital photo medium? National Geographic Expeditions photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins and Traveler Senior Editor Dan Westergren will help you understand and take advantage of this new medium.

Space is still available for both seminars. For further information including additional dates, locations, and seminars, or to register please go to: www.santafeworkshops.com/Traveler

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