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March 2010
This Issue Includes:

News Shorts


Workshops in Santa Fe

Workshops Around the World

National Geographic Traveler Seminars

Educational Partner: Calumet


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All Workshops

Workshops in Santa Fe


Workshops Around the World

DOWNLOADS:

   - Winter/Spring 2010 Catalog

   - Summer 2010 Brochure

   - Image Call (76k PDF)

   - Photography Mentorships Brochure


Quote of the Month

"Photography deals exquisitely with appearances, but nothing is what it appears to be."

— Duane Michals

Image of the Month

© Lindsay Linton
© Lindsay Linton, participant in "The Power of Light" with Tony Corbell, summer 2009


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News Shorts
» Sign Up for the Summer Workshops
Details for the summer workshops are now live on our web site. We are excited about the great line-up of instructors and workshop in June, July, and August. New instructors include Michael Clark, Kwaku Alston, Brad Trent & Ronnie Weil, Michael Donnor, Norah Levine, Bobbie Goodrich, Andrew Southam, and France Scully Osterman with Jill Enfield.

» Get the Insider's Scoop on Santa Fe
Check out the great New York Times article on Santa Fe that recently ran in their Travel section.


Upcoming Workshops in Santa Fe
© George Schaub
© George Schaub
Crafting the Black-and-White Print
with George Schaub
April 12-16

While Adobe Photoshop may appear daunting at times, the tools for making great black-and-white prints need not be. George draws upon the tools and techniques of the silver darkroom to create a simplified, yet rich digital printing workflow. Check out George's blog post about bringing out detail in your digital landscapes.
© Jerry Courvoisier
© Jerry Courvoisier
Adobe Lightroom Intensive
with Jerry Courvoisier
April 16-18

Lightroom is an essential image management application that makes digital photography workflow more efficient. In this two-and-a-half day intensive, we cover database components, catalog files, previews files, metadata structure, and the steps for setting up preferences specific to your personal workflow requirements.
© Susan Hayre Thelwell
© Susan Hayre Thelwell
Blurb Intensive: Creating Your Photographic Book
with Susan Hayre Thelwell
April 19-21

Spend two and a half fast-paced days with one goal in mind: creating your own photographic book. Delve into the exciting and rapidly expanding world of custom printed books using Blurb’s BookSmart software.
© Cotton Miller
© Cotton Miller
Beginning Adobe Photoshop
with Cotton Miller
April 26-30

This five-day introduction to the concepts, language, and tools of Photoshop is one of our most popular workshops. This solid introduction gives beginners and self-taught users a complete understanding of the basics of Photoshop.
Visit our web site for a listing of all workshops. Register online or by calling the Workshops at (505) 983-1400, ext. 11.

Workshops Around the World
© Krista Elrick
© Andrea J. Sharon
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska
with Krista Elrick and Andrea J. Sharon
August 28-September 3

A photographer's paradise awaits you at the northern edge of the continent. Each day we will go on shore excursions and explore and photograph areas of the national park not normally seen by the casual tourist, as we eat, sleep and photograph the "Glacier Bay Experience."

Special Discount Available: Register by March 7 and receive a $200 tuition discount.
© John Weiss
© John Weiss
Ireland: Portraits of Western Ireland
with John Weiss
August 5-15, 2010

Western Ireland is a land of remarkable light, rugged natural beauty, and warm people eager to share their rich heritage of music, folklore, literature, and history. Days are spent photographing in two or three locations—special places you could never find on your own.


National Geographic Traveler Photo Seminars are Coming to Your Area
© Catherine Karnow
© Catherine Karnow
National Geographic Traveler's Photography seminars are coming to a city near you!  Discover technical and creative photography secrets from our professionals.

Minneapolis, MN:
March 7, 2010
Denver, CO:
March 14, 2010
Washington, DC:
March 21, 2010
Boston, MA:
March 28, 2010

Register now!

Educational Partner: Calumet
Trade-up to Travelite
If you own any clunky dust-covered lighting monstrosities, you're exactly the person Calumet Photo wants to talk to. You see, Calumet is on a mission—a mission to get these Soviet-era trophies out of your studio space and replace them with state-of-the-art monolights.

For a limited time, give Calumet Photo ANY working monolight lying around your studio and you'll receive $100 credit on a Travelite 375R or $125 on a 750R. Apply that credit to a single unit or a multi-head kit—the only limit to the number of monolights you can trade-in is the number of Travelites you purchase.

Contact a sales representative at your local Calumet store or 1-800-CALUMET (225.8638) to arrange your trade today.

Learn More About the Trade-Up to Travelite Offer »
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