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Online Newsletter for November 2006

This Issue Includes:

New Educational Partner: Hewlett Packard

Santa Fe Center for Photography News

Featured Workshop in San Miguel de Allende

Your Opinion Counts

Apple Computers

Calumet Photographic News

November Special from Graphik Dimensions

Upcoming Digital Lab Workshops

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase presents New Work by Marco Citron

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Winter/Spring Photography Workshops, 2007

Digital Lab Workshops

Workshops in Mexico

On-the-Road Workshops & Tours

The Workshops Store

Quote of the Month

"There is no art which affords less opportunity to execute expression than photography. Everything is concentrated in a few seconds, when after perhaps an hours seeking, waiting, and hesitation, the photographer sees the realization of his inward vision, and in that moment he has one advantage over most arts – his medium is swift enough to record his momentary inspiration."

-Sadakichi Hartmann

Jerry's Digital Tip of the Month
This month, download a pdf that explains how to Turn Off the Auto Correction Feature in Adobe Camera Raw.

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New Educational Partner: Hewlett Packard
The Santa Fe Workshops is excited to announce a new educational partnership with Hewlett Packard.  HP’s continued technical innovations in digital printmaking and sincere commitment to the photographic community led Santa Fe Workshops Director Reid Callanan to build a strategic alliance with HP management. Beginning in 2007, HP becomes the Workshops exclusive provider of photo and wide-format printers, ink and media. 

HP recently expanded its professional digital printmaking portfolio with the introduction of the HP Designjet Z Photo Printer series along with the Photosmart Pro B9180 printer.  These printers use HP Vivera Pigment Inks for stunning image quality, permanence, and highly predictable color accuracy.  The Workshops Digital Programs Director Jerry Courvoisier is responsible for integrating HP printers into all educational programs in Santa Fe.  “Our participants will benefit from HP’s generosity and commitment to the Workshops community with these innovative printing systems,” says Jerry.

 Join us in 2007 for a week of craft, vision, inspiration, and HP printers!

Santa Fe Center for Photography News

Images: Norah Jones © Joyce Tenneson, Ed Harris © Greg Gorman, Golden Boy, New York City, 1990 © Albert Watson
An on-line auction to benefit the SANTA FE CENTER for PHOTOGRAPHY

Have your photograph taken by:
Keith Carter
Paul Elledge
Greg Gorman
Susan kae Grant
Jay Maisel
Frank Ockenfels 3
Matthew Jordan Smith
Joyce Tenneson
Albert Watson

You are invited to bid on portrait sessions with some of the most well-known and accomplished photographers of our time. The successful bidders may book the portrait session for themselves, or present it as a fabulous gift to a family member or loved one. To be photographed and forever recorded by such celebrated artists is an opportunity of a lifetime.

Auction opens November 1, 2006/Closes November 5, 2006

Hosted by eBay Giving Works
For auction details and instructions visit: or call: 505.984.8353

Featured Workshop in San Miguel de Allende

© Sarah Meghan Lee
Our 6th workshop season in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is quickly come to a close but several workshops still have space available. They include The People and Culture of Colonial Mexico with Ralph Lee Hopkins, Zen and the Art of Photography with Doug Beasley, The Color of Mexico with Arthur Meyerson, and the following workshop:

Photographing People: The Portrait and the Candid

with Sarah Meghan Lee
November 12-18

In the world of photography, the subjects many of us find most fascinating are our fellow human beings. This workshop is designed for those who have always wanted to photograph people but were hesitant to try, as well as those who have begun to develop these skills and wish to improve them. It addresses the two main avenues for photographing people: portraits and candids. The fascinating cultural environment of San Miguel provides a rich and varied opportunity for this adventure in photographing people. Participants may choose either E-6 slide film or digital capture. View the full course description, instructor biography, and package price.

Click HERE to read more about the workshops and instructors or call The Workshops for full details and to register (505) 983-1400.

Your Opinion Counts
Some friends of the Santa Fe Workshop want to build a tool for you—a tool offering photographers individualized and critical feedback on their work. With just a few minutes of your time and your opinion, you can make sure they do it right!

Click on the link below and complete the anonymous 5-minute survey. As a thank you, you can choose to have your completed survey entered into a random drawing to win one of three $25 photo-eye Books & Prints gift certificates.

Act now! The survey is only open until 20 November 2006.

Take the survey.

Apple Computers

INTRODUCING THE NEW MacBookPro series laptops: The perfect balance of power, speed, and mobility, MacBook Pro is built around Mac OS X and the Intel Core 2 Duo processor, providing computer professionals with the performance and connectivity of a desktop computer in a portable computer that is thin and light enough to take everywhere. MacBook Pro features a 17-inch or 15.4-inch widescreen display, built-in iSight camera, Front Row with Apple Remote, and unique mobile features such as the MagSafe Power Adapter and an illuminated keyboard. In addition, FireWire 800, a double-layer burning SuperDrive, DVI, Gigabit Ethernet, and optical digital audio are standard on every configuration.  
The new MacBookPro series have faster processors, larger hard drives, capacity for 3GB DDR SDRAM, and 6x SuperDrive on the 15.4” models.

Contact Alan Myers at the Workshops (505-983-1400 ext. 13, for further information on all available Apple products and to take advantage of these new computers. For additional products available through The Workshops, choose Apple Value Added Reseller from the home page. Use SFW1106 when asked for the password. For more information, go to

Calumet Photographic News

There's something special about having a photo in your hands. When holding tangible evidence of your vision, it takes on a new reality. Whether you enjoy passing the photo around to friends or putting it up on the wall, without a printer, it's easy to create a backlog of images on your computer that no one ever sees. With any of the PIXMAs mentioned below, you can quickly and easily make prints to share with friends and family.

Now through January 13, 2007, you’ll get a $100 mail-in rebate from Canon when you buy a PowerShot G7 or A640 digital camera with a PIXMA iP6700D, MP600 or mini260 printer. Click here to shop.

One of the best ways to stay up on what’s happening in the photo world is by subscribing to Calumet’s weekly e-newsletter, Calumet Enews. We regularly feature new gear, exclusive savings opportunities and the timely news that you need to stay current and get ahead. Click here to receive our free, weekly newsletter in your inbox.

Every week in Calumet Enews we feature one Calumet customer photo. With so many Calumet customers throughout the world taking photos every day, the variety of unique visions and myriad styles of these photos is absolutely staggering. Take a moment to select one of your best shots, then click here to send it to us.

Please note: when sending us your photo, include your name, title of photo, the city where you live and what gear you used to get the shot. Send only one photo per week per customer. Your file should be saved as a JPEG at 72 dpi and no more than 400 pixels on its longest edge. By submitting your image you’re granting Calumet Photographic unrestricted permission to publish it in our HTML newsletter and/or on our website.

November Special from Graphik Dimensions
November Special: 15% off Custom Canvas Art exclusively for Santa Fe subscribers

Graphik Dimensions Ltd./, a company founded by artists for artists, provides
complete fine art quality printing and framing services just for you.

Our Custom Canvas Art offers you…
· 3 styles to choose from (Gallery Wrap, Stretched Canvas & Mounted Canvas)
· 2 canvas options (Glossy Finish & Matte Finish Canvas)
· Stylish and professional, ready-to-hang presentations
· Giclee printing process & other fine art quality materials designed to last more than a lifetime

Hurry! This special discount is only available until November 30th! Make sure to enter discount code SANFE11 at checkout.


Discover other special services for photographers brought to you by Graphik Dimensions Ltd./

Upcoming Digital Lab Workshops

© Genevieve Russell
Looking for an intensive course in Photoshop? Consider coming to Santa Fe for two weeks to study. The following back-to-back workshops offer a comprehensive understanding of all of the elements of Photoshop most photographers, graphic designers, illustrators, and educators need to be successful Photoshop users.

Beginning Photoshop with Brenda Kelley, December 4-8

Photoshop: The Next Step with Genevieve Russell, December 11-15

The same workshops will be repeated in January:

Beginning Photoshop with Brenda Kelley, January 8-12

Photoshop: The Next Step with Genevieve Russell, January 15-19

For more information click on the workshop title above or call the Santa Fe Workshops (505) 983-1400.

Photo-Eye's Photographer's Showcase Presents New Work by Marco Citron

© Marco Citron, 2006
"Irregular is the name of a work in progress, a gallery of urban portraits, and a journey through the contemporary city, maybe somehow closer to expressionism than to the objective research by Bernd and Hilla Becher. The subjects are examples of aging samples of industrial archaeology, contemporary structures designed by famous architects or quiet building standing in anonymity. The distorted shapes in these photos depict forms, analogically, beyond time and space, altering perspectives and symmetries, warping tones and colours. Irregular is my attempt to abandon the original architecture to reach for something different."--Marco Citron

View Marco Citron's portfolio IRREGULAR.

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.

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