2011 SEPTEMBER MID-MONTH
Santa Fe Photographic Workshops


Our SUMMER Photo Contest closed on September 21. Thanks to all who entered, and to our judges and sponsors. Winners will be announced by October 21. © Jerry Courvoisier


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© Zohra Kalinowitz
© Zohra Kalinkowitz, participant in Eddie Soloway's A Natural Eye: The Summer Landscape, July 2011






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»Fall Season Starts Soon!

Our Fall 2011 season begins October 5. With four-day workshops that run Wednesdays through Saturdays you’re looking at less time, less money, same great Workshops experience.

© Norman Mauskopf
© Norman Mauskopf

Visual Storytelling
with Norman Mauskopf
October 12 - October 15, 2011

Using class critiques, lectures, visual presentations, photographic assignments around Santa Fe, and his own rich experience, Norman guides you through an exploration of the elements that go into creating powerful sequences and stories.

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© Douglas Merriam
© Douglas Merriam

Photographic Lighting Techniques
with Douglas Merriam
October 19 - October 22, 2011

Within a couple of hours of starting this four-day workshop, Doug has you setting up strobes, metering, and photographing, and understanding that studio lighting is really very easy.

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© Michael Crouser
© Michael Crouser

Finding Your Voice as a Photographer
with Michael Crouser
October 19 - October 22, 2011

With Michael as your guide, begin the journey to developing your own personal aesthetic and unique point of view. Stimulating and thought provoking classroom sessions are followed with field sessions every day.

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© Francesca Yorke
© Francesca Yorke

Macro Photography: The World Up Close
with Francesca Yorke
October 19 - October 22, 2011

Join Francesca for a close up look at the exciting world of macro photography and discover new ways of finding, seeing, and capturing beautiful photographic images by moving closer and revealing detail.

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© Mark Edward Harris
© Mark Edward Harris

The Fine Art of Travel Photography
with Mark Edward Harris
October 19 - October 22, 2011

Explore the craft of fine-art travel photography with Mark and learn to create photographs that go far beyond the “I was there” picture to reveal your story and experience.

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© Michael O'Brien
© Michael O'Brien

Portraits: A Personal Style
with Michael O'Brien
October 26 - October 29, 2011

Michael shares his experience capturing subjects so they look at home in their natural environment and, since lighting is key, he demonstrates lighting methods for both studio and outdoor locations. Learning through doing is emphasized.

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© Embry Rucker
© Embry Rucker

Motion: A Guerilla Approach to Expanding Your Vision to Motion
with Embry Rucker
October 26 - October 29, 2011

This pro-level workshop with Embry provides a solid foundation in the quickly expanding world of motion. Over the course of the workshop, three shoots are produced in and around Santa Fe—commercial, documentary, and fashion.

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© Rick Allred
© Rick Allred

Basics of Digital Photography
with Rick Allred
October 26 - October 29, 2011

Take that joyous first step into your future as a digital photographer. By the end of this four-day workshop, Rick has you using your camera in manual mode with ease and comfortably processing photographs in Adobe Lightroom.

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© Jay Seldin
© David Halpern

Seeing in Black and White
with David Halpern
October 26 - October 29, 2011

Enhance your ability to see in black and white and increase your understanding and appreciation of color. One-on-one conferences with David, lab instruction, and time for photographing Santa Fe and its environs provide a well-rounded experience.

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