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Featured Photography Workshops in Santa Fe
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with Sean Kernan
Remember how your first really good picture surprised you? It was almost as though someone else had done it, and it excited you and drew you on. In this workshop we learn to cultivate and deepen our awakeness and awareness through a series of exercises Sean has developed during his many years as a teacher. We use specific exercises to get to the creative moment—not just photography. Sean Kernan has made a serious study of creativity and its processes during nearly 30 years of teaching. His Web site address is www.seankernan.com.
The Art of Seeing
with Jo Whaley
Perception and creativity are the cornerstones of photographic style. It is not the choice of subject that determines a great photograph, but rather how that subject is interpreted and visualized. This workshop focuses on refining a personal vision in order to create images that communicate with emotional resonance to others. The challenge during the week is to explore the nature of creativity itself and discover ways to bring this magic to our photographs. Jo Whaley is a fine-art photographer and has been a dedicated educator for more than 20 years. Her work can be viewed at www.photoeye.com/jowhaley.
Other available workshops:
Successful Travel and Stock Photography with Susan & Neil Silverman
Mastering Your Flash, July 16-22 with Julia Dean
Perfecting the Digital Workflow, July 23-29 with Al Satterwhite
Funding Your Photographic Projects , July 23-29 with David H. Wells
Visual Storytelling, July 30-August 5 with Norman Mauskopf
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.
| The Santa Fe Workshops is pleased to announce
the photography and digital
lab schedules for Winter/Spring
2007. Returning to The Workshops in February and March will be
such notables as Jay Maisel, Patrick Donehue, Norman Jean Roy,
Kurt Markus, Joyce Tenneson, David Julian, Greg Gorman, and Mac
Holbert & Jonathan Singer. New instructors include Arlene Collins,
Antonin Kratochvil, Chip Simons, Platon, Michael Ninness, and
Matt Kloskowski. Course descriptions, instructor biographies,
and fees should be available in late August.
Please call the administration office at the Santa Fe Workshops if you have any questions or if you would like to register (505) 983-1400.
New to the San Miguel schedule are Mona Kuhn, Paul Elledge & Leasha Overturf, Doug Beasley, and John Weiss. Joining them will be veteran San Miguel instructors Jay Maisel, Nevada Wier, Eddie Soloway, Keith Carter, Tony O'Brien, Linde Waidhofer & Lito Tejada-Flores, Raul Touzon, Ralph Lee Hopkins, and Arthur Meyerson.
Click HERE to view the full schedule and to read more about the workshops and instuctors or call The Workshops for full details and to register (505) 983-1400.
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Contact Alan Myers at the Workshops (505-983-1400 ext. 13, email@example.com) for further information on all available Apple products and to take advantage of these great specials. For additional products available through The Workshops, choose Apple Value Added Reseller from the home page. Use SFW0706 when asked for the password. You can also go to Apple's Web site for complete product descriptions and available options.
Start by checking out our new colorful assortment of men’s and women’s tees, denim shirts, polo shirts, full-zip jackets, caps and visors. The Store also hosts a colorful selection of Nalgene bottles, cleverly imprinted with our logo of course, cups, stainless steel mugs, and the usual assortment of tripods, specialty cameras, Dot Line products, and the most current titles on digital, SLR, and specialty camera books.
By the way, women’s denim shirts, the Ancho jacket, and the logo windshirt in olive have been discounted by 20%. The new Photoshop CS2 books are in, which means the old CS titles are now discounted 50%. Other selected art book titles have also been discounted by 20%. Call The Store (505) 983-1428 and we will be happy to fax or email you a list of these discounted titles.
At 3" wide, Grenoble is substantial enough to frame the biggest pieces — and its clean, linear design makes it the perfect wide frame for small pieces, too. Available in Ready-Made (perfect for the most popular print sizes) AND Custom-Made sizes (customizable to an eighth of an inch), the Grenoble collection boasts four rich finishes, each complemented with an accent finish on the scoop. A pictureframes.com exclusive!
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Introduction to Giclee: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Giclee Editions, but Were Afraid to Ask!
If you want to know more about the process and benefits of creating Giclee Editions, RSVP to attend one of our 2 scheduled events in July. Space is limited, so sign up TODAY to ensure your spot!
BONUS OFFER: Attendees are eligible to receive a FREE pack of our paper samples, valued at $5, which will be used as a reference during the Introduction to Giclee event.
See what’s new at www.pictureframes.com/photographers!
with Jeff Schewe
Concentrating on advanced techniques for photo-realistic retouching and photo-surrealistic image compositing, this workshop uses participants' photographic images as the main element source for learning advanced techniques of edge selection and masking, compositing with layers and layer masks, advanced blending, image enhancement, and retouching. This is an advanced workshop for people wishing to delve into Photoshop's true power and capabilities.
Jeff Schewe has been an award-winning advertising photographer in Chicago for nearly 20 years. He likes to control as much of the production as possible by making models, building sets, and doing his own high-end computer imaging. His Web site address is www.schewephoto.com.
For more information click on the workshop title above or call the Santa Fe Workshops (505) 983-1400.
Other available digital lab workshops include:
Beginning Photoshop with Anita Quintana, August 21-25
Photoshop: The Next Step with Genevieve Russell, August 28-September 1
Introduction to Photoshop for Photographers with Genevieve Russell, September 11-15
Black-and-White Digital Photography with Eliot Cohen, September 25-29
View Bodil Frendberg's portfolio Metamorphic[s].
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
Fiesta de San Miguel: The Feast of All Feasts
Led by Raul Touzon
September 22-October 2, 2006
This 11-day workshop, led by photographer Raul Touzon, explores the town’s most important celebration, the Feast of the Archangel San Miguel. Every day, with Raul’s guidance and support, we photograph the amazing events of these beautiful colonial mountain towns, including the Pamplonada (Running of the Bulls) and the solemn entry into the city of the traditional xúchiles, which can be up to 30 feet high and 6 feet wide and are created in shapes such as crosses and other forms in a baroque style. Mornings are devoted to reviews and critiques of images made the previous day, as well as short lectures on how to improve photographic skills.
For further details and information about registering, click HERE.
Moderated by Darius Himes, Editor of the photo-eye Booklist and Joanna Hurley, President of HurleyMedia.
An SFCP "Creative Edge" seminar in conjunction with photo san francisco
Saturday, July 22, 2006, 9:30am-1:00pm
Golden Gate Room, Building A, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
Topics and Presenters
The Role of the Photographic Book in Your Career, by Darius Himes
The Stages of Publishing: Editorial, Design, Production, Marketing and Sales, by Joanna Hurley
Case Studies: 3 Projects
•The Visionary State, by Erik Davis. Photographs by Michael Rauner. Published by Chronicle Books. Edited by Alan Rapp.
•Greetings from the Salton Sea, by Kim Stringfellow. Published by Center or American Places.
•Coal Hollow, by Ken and Melanie Light. Published by the University of California Press.
$85 until July 14; $115 thereafter; students $20 with valid ID
For tickets or additional information call 505-984-8353 or visit www.sfcp.org
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