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Online Newsletter for May 2006

This Issue Includes:

Upcoming Photography Workshops in Santa Fe

Apple Computers

Fine-Art Photographic Prints for Sale

Upcoming Digital Lab Workshops

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase presents New Work by Joseph Mougel

On-the-Road Workshops Loves To Offer Photographers MORE! 

National Geographic Traveler: Upcoming Seminars

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Summer Photography Workshops

Digital Lab Workshops

Workshops in Mexico

On-the-Road Workshops & Tours

The Workshops Store

Quote of the Month

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again."

-Henri Cartier-Bresson

Jerry's Digital Tip of the Month
Jerry is in Europe right now leading an on-site digital training session. Check back next month for a new tip from him.

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Upcoming Photography Workshops in Santa Fe

© Cig Harvey
Our summer season is just weeks away and many workshops are filling quickly. We look forward to having many of you join us for an exciting and rewarding week of photographic stimulation, personal growth, and fun. If you are not already registered for a workshop, feel free to call us to discuss which workshops would be best for your level of experience and your interests.

Workshops of note that start in June include:
June 18-24
Exploring the Personal Narrative with Cig Harvey
The Creative Eye: Digital Travel Photography with Nevada Wier

June 25-July 1
Body and Soul with Susan Slotter
Exploring Alternative Photographic Processes with Christopher James
Real People Portraits with Bobbi Lane

For additional information on these workshops, click on the course title or visit the Santa Fe Workshops Web site. To view our full summer schedule, click HERE. If you have questions or would like to register, call (505) 983-1400.

Apple Computers
Faster Comes Standard! The 15-inch MacBook Pro now comes standard with a 2.0 or 2.16GHz dual-core Intel engine (5x faster than the PowerBook G4). Also standard on all MacBook Pros are iSight, Front Row, and iLife '06. A 17-inch model is also available.

Protect your Apple investment with AppleCare -- up to 3 years of additional Apple-certified repair and expert telephone support. Purchase a PowerMac (with or without display), a MacBook Pro or Cinema Display and select the AppleCare Protection Plan as an option at 25% off the Workshops' retail price (will vary depending on computer model).

Call Alan Myers at the Workshops (505-983-1400 ext. 13) for further 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 SFW0506 when asked for the password. You can also go to Apple's Web site for complete product descriptions and available options.

Fine-Art Photographic Prints for Sale

© Henri Cartier-Bresson
The Santa Fe Workshops is pleased to offer you the opportunity to purchase original, fine-art, signed prints from important figures in the history of 20th century photography. Photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Paul Caponigro, Bruce Davidson, and Ernst Haas are being offered from a private collection only through the Santa Fe Workshops. To view photographs offered for sale, visit fine-art photography sales.

Please address all inquires to (with "Photography Collection‚" in the subject box) or call (505) 983-1400.

Upcoming Digital Lab Workshops

© John Lund
Creative Photoshop with John Lund
June 18-24

Thanks to Photoshop, the barriers between imagination and execution have been eliminated, opening up new photographic realities to all of us. This workshop explores the creation of such new images, whether for the commercial worlds of stock, advertising, and editorial illustration or for the worlds of personal expression and fine art. Our emphasis is on seamless photo-realistic compositing, though the techniques can be equally well employed in enhancing existing photographs.

Join John Lund, the author of Adobe Master Class: Photoshop Compositing, for a great week of creativity and exploration.

Digital Decisions: Designing Your Personal Workflow with Dan Burkholder
July 23-29

This workshop addresses the all important subject of digital workflow, but on a more customized level. We'll discard the one-size-fits-all approach to digital imaging as we tailor techniques and approaches that make the most sense for you.

Dan Burkholder was one of the first photographic artists to embrace digital technology in the early 1990s. He is best known for hybridizing the power of digital imaging with the classic sensitivity of tonality and composition that has shaped the medium for 170 years. Dan will also share with participants his recent exploration of High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI).

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase Presents New Work by Joseph Mougel

© Joseph Mougel
"As children we played the games of war, and back then, good and bad seemed obvious. Savages with arrows and the civilized with guns. The boy I once was never intended to be the man I am today. I needed not to question a nation that liberated the home of my father and mother."--Joseph Mougel.

Joseph Mougel's portfolio Rabbit to Bee.

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

View other Photographer's Showcase portfolios

On-the-Road Workshops

Reflections of Venice © Jacque Steedle
Traditions of the Sun: Chaco Canyon
Led by Carlan Tapp and Jerry Courvoisier
June 16-23, 2006

In this digital photography workshop, we have the opportunity to experience and photograph the celebration of the summer solstice in Chaco Canyon. From our base in Farmington, NM, we explore not only Chaco Canyon but also the surrounding dynamic landscape and historical areas. Lab work includes digital capture techniques, digital workflow processing, image processing, and group critique. With support from Microsoft, Adobe, and Dell, the Workshops provides each participant with a laptop computer complete with the latest version of Photoshop.

For further details and information about registering, click HERE.

Reflections of Venice: A Photographic and Cultural Exploration
Led by John Weiss
September 24-October 3

Ah, Venice! The legendary city of art and architecture, with 100 square miles of water, separated by a dense network of 177 canals and joined by 400 small bridges. Artists and photographers alike marvel at the quality of light in Venice during the fall, when the faded pastel 13th Century facades are glowing.

Our itinerary takes us to a wide array of venues. Of course, we will photograph in the Piazza San Marco, with it's Basilica and Campanile, Ducal Palace and the tiny island of Burano. But we'll also explore the narrow, hidden-from-tourists alleyways (soporettos), where everyday life is lived by Venetians.

Land cost in Venice is $3195. For complete information, please contact Strabo International Tour Company at (607) 756-8676, or call John Weiss at (410) 392-2929. Please mention that you learned about this opportunity through the Santa Fe Workshops. Loves To Offer Photographers MORE!
MORE Printing Options!
Hahnemuehle Photo Rag 308 – The unique surface creates an accurate representation of photography as well as digital art. Made of 100% acid-free cotton rag, this paper is an excellent choice for conservation quality projects.

Stretched Canvas – Put a photo on a stretched canvas print to give it a painterly quality. Stretching your canvas blurs even further the line between photography and fine art!

Gallery Wrap – Looking for an eye-catching contemporary presentation? With Gallery Wrap, the print extends around the sides of the canvas, which is precision-folded and attached to the back. Try Continuous Image Gallery Wrap, Black Border Gallery Wrap or frame your Gallery Wrap projects in our sought-after Canvas Floater Frames.

MORE Ways to Sell!
Powerful Selling Solutions for every level — from emerging to seasoned pro. Learn about all the ways we help you sell more work and boost your returns, including the up-and-coming innovative ‘My Gallery Resellers Account’ that enables you to earn even more revenue, even more effortlessly, on every photograph sold!

MORE Discounts for Busy Photographers!
Mix & Match Quantity Discounts are terrific when preparing for upcoming seasonal shows. Stock up on ready-made frames. The QD symbol can save you up to 40%!

As always, Santa Fe Workshop participants get an exclusive discount off any of our products and services. Use discount code SANFE05 at checkout and get an extra 15% off, good through June 2nd, 2006.

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National Geographic Traveler: Upcoming Seminars

© Ralph Lee Hopkins
"Travel Photography in the Digital World"
Chicago -- May 21
Los Angeles -- June 25

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 or to register please go to:

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