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was recently featured in the January issue of Rangefinder. The
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workshops taught by Arthur Meyerson and John Paul Caponigro.
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» Our winter/spring workshop season is right around the corner. We are excited to have Tim Householder, Jennifer Davidson, Jennifer Spelman, Valerie Sherrington, and Chelsea Freeman joining us once again as seasonal staff and welcome newcomers Nick Rapaz, Susan Thelwell, Elise Eberwein, and Carmen Brandenburg. The Workshops looks forward to having many of you join us for a workshop in the upcoming months.
» The Santa Fe Workshops is searching for a full-time Multimedia Coordinator beginning in March. Apply now for the opportunity to become part of the core team of one of the world's leading educational centers! For complete details, visit the Web site.
This workshop is an opportunity for beginners to learn the art and technique of photographing with the digital camera in a supportive, patient, and fun-filled atmosphere. By the end of the week, you will gain confidence and a deeper trust in your abilities and vision, as well as a better understanding of your camera's manual and automatic functions.
Click HERE to view the entire Winter/Spring 2007 workshops schedule or call The Workshops for full details and to register (505) 983-1400.
Join Raul Touzon and award-winning Mexican photographer Marcela Taboada, a long-time resident of Oaxaca, for this incredible photographic opportunity. Guelaguetza—a Zapotec word signifying “offering”—was the term used for the annual ceremony and celebration by which the pre-Hispanic inhabitants of Oaxaca thanked the gods for sufficient rain and a bountiful harvest. During this workshop week, participants will witness the Guelaguetza celebration in the village of San Antonino, one of the few remaining places where the event is celebrated in the traditional way, where we have access to photograph the dancers and the event. Other excursions include Monte Alban, Teotitlan del Valle, and Mitla.
Each day we review the previous day’s images. Our week also includes discussions and demonstrations of digital camera settings, accurate metering and exposure, the rules of composition, and creative uses of light. Other topics explored in this digital photography workshop are editing, sequencing, story development, and the key tools in Photoshop and Bridge for the development of an efficient digital workflow.
The Oaxacan Tourism Board is pleased to announce that the City of Oaxaca, Mexico and Central Valleys have returned to normal activity. Hotels, restaurants, and other services have reopened their doors and look forward to visitors returning to their beautiful and secure city.
For complete details and additional photos, please visit Raul's Web site. To register for this workshop, call the Santa Fe Workshops at (505) 983-1400.
Join photographer and group leader John Weiss, co-sponsored by Strabo Tours and the Santa Fe Workshops, for a truly fascinating cultural and photography tour, The Mystery of Morocco, April 17-May 1, 2007. With its exotic architecture, varied landscape, and friendly people, Morocco is a dazzling destination for photographers. Combining the history and natural beauty of this rich and fascinating country with first-person encounters, we’ll visit native villages, ancient medinas, and craftsmen’s workshops, sharing experiences and sipping mint tea—a symbol of the warm, sincere Moroccan generosity. We’ll have extended opportunities to photograph the landscape, kasbahs, the fortified harbor of Essaouira, the Djemaa el-Fna Square of Marrakesh, and medina of Fes el-Bali. Photo instruction will be available through out the program and participants are invited to bring portfolios for review.
For more information on this tour or to register, contact Strabo Photo Tour Collection at (607) 756-8676 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention that you heard about this opportunity through the Santa Fe Workshops e-Newsletter.
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Ilford Photo and Calumet are proud to present Silver, the second annual international conference and print competition of black-and-white photography.
The silver process is alive and well. That's a fact. And there's no better evidence than the thousands of incredible submissions we received for last year's Silver competition. This body of work was so impressive that we are eagerly anticipating the 2007 competition submissions.
About 150 attended last year's conference for informative presentations by photographers, panel discussions and the chance to see gorgeous black-and-white photos from peers. We heard time and again from attendees who considered this gathering of the black-and-white community a positive, inspiring event. We look forward to seeing you at the 2007 conference and can't wait to see your work.
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Now is a great time to commit to learning Photoshop and Lightroom or improving your current skills with these powerful image applications from Adobe. Some great opportunities are still available in February and March.
Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for Photographers with Jerry Courvoisier, February 11-17
Raw File Photography: From Camera to Archive with Peter Krogh, February 25-March 3
Creative Digital Alternative Processes with David Julian, March 11-17
Also, the Digital Workflow Intensive, a two-and-a-half day workshop that provides a wealth of information, inspiration, and the taste of the weeklong workshop experience will be offered April 27-29. This popular short course covers topics including digital camera tools; Raw file format and image resolution; successful digital capture; basic image adjustment; batch processing; and Web application features.
For more information click on the workshop titles above or call the Santa Fe Workshops (505) 983-1400.
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Join National Geographic Traveler photographer Jim Richardson and one of the magazine’s editorial staff—senior photo editor Dan Westergren or editor-in-chief Keith Bellows—for a one-day seminar on how to make successful travel photos. Instead of simply producing “pretty pictures,” discover how to capture the spirit of a place by using a cultural documentary approach to your travel photography. Also, learn how excellence in travel photography furthers Traveler’s commitment to “take readers on a journey of exploration, discovery, and enrichment,” according to Keith Bellows. “We’ll help you turn your pictures into stories—which will make your pictures more meaningful.”
Denver - February 18, 2007
Dallas - March 4, 2007
Minneapolis - April 1, 2007
Travel Photography in the Digital World
Unravel the mysteries of digital photography with Ralph Lee Hopkins and Bob Krist as they explain the nuts and bolts of this exciting technology—from choosing the right camera to developing your own workflow to strategies for covering your travel destination. Learn the secrets of these two top nature and travel photographers and get lots of useful, real-world advice to help make the most of the potential of digital photography while avoiding the pitfalls and exploding the the myths that surround the medium. This seminar is intended for amateur to advanced amateur photographers new to digital or considering making the switch from film to digital capture. Using a slide show/lecture format, Ralph and Bob will help ease your transition into the digital world.
Philadelphia - April 15, 2007
San Francisco - April 22, 2007
Montreal - June 3, 2007
Inside Secrets of Successful Travel Writing
Join top National Geographic Traveler writer Andrew Nelson and one of the Traveler editorial staff: editor-in-chief Keith Bellows, executive editor Paul Martin, or senior editor Sheila Buckmaster for a one-day seminar on how to write the kinds of stories that have earned Traveler the “World’s Most Widely Read Travel Magazine” distinction. Come to understand the mindset and strategies behind stories that get inside — and communicate — the heart of a place. Learn how story telling — and not guidebook journalism — captures the attention of readers. Find out what it takes to make good on Traveler’s commitment to tell the stories of “destinations of distinction and character” and the belief that “to enhance an authentic ‘sense of place’ will benefit both travelers and the locations they visit.”
Boston - February 25, 2007
Los Angeles - March 18, 2007
For more information and to register for one of these upcoming seminars, visit the National Geographic Traveler Seminars Web site.
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