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» Those of you who live near Santa Fe will be interested in our new Evening Digital Workshop Series, February 5-8. Join Dottie and Joel, our digital lab gurus, for an evening of digital instruction in one or more topics:
· Getting to Know Your Digital Camera
· Digital Workflow and Camera Raw with Adobe Bridge
· Tonal and Color Adjustments in Adobe Photoshop CS2
· Digital Printmaking
For complete details and pricing, visit the Web site.
» Digital Lab Open House: You are invited to visit the Santa Fe Workshops digital lab on Saturday, January 27th from 1-4 pm to see what's new and watch demonstrations of the new HP Photosmart pro B9180 and the Designjet Z2100 series photo printers. We hope you'll join us!
Many portrait workshops are being offered this upcoming season, including the following that currently have space available:
Portraits Unplugged with Bobbie Lane, February 18-24
Photographing People with Cathy Maier Callanan, February 18-24
Portraits: Beneath the Surface with Antonin Kratochvil, February 25-March 3
Getting Close with Norman Mauskopf, February 25-March 3
The Natural Portrait with Kurt Markus, March 4-10
Click HERE to view the entire Winter/Spring 2007 workshops schedule or call The Workshops for full details and to register (505) 983-1400.
BRINGING YOU AND YOUR WORK IN TOUCH WITH THE FINE ART COMMUNITY
As a photographic artist, your career lies beautifully before you. The one caveat is that art only makes up half of the equation. On this journey, developing relationships will be key. As great as your work may be, it is by connecting with individuals who can get the work seen, that you gain an advantage. The first step will be to discover yourself.
We invite you to spend a half-day defining your relationship to your work, clarifying your personal and artistic objectives, and determining your idea of success. Concurrently, speakers from various segments of the fine art community—a curator, a gallerist, and a publisher—will enlighten you on all facets of working with the players in their respective fields. Now is your chance to center yourself and move ahead, or do nothing. Either way, your future will arrive. The question is, will you?
Saturday, January 20, 2007
Doubletree Guest Suites
1707 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, California
Eric Miles, photo-eye Books and Prints
Lisa Burroughs, Consulting Photography Director, Burroughs Pictures
Michael Dawson, Director, Michael Dawson Gallery/Dawson’s Book Shop, Los Angeles, CA
Mark Pinsukanjana, Publisher, MB Editions and Co-owner, Modernbook Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Tim Wride, Interim Director, LACMA and Executive Director of the No-Strings Foundation
$115; full-time students $45.
For complete information call 505-984-8353 or visit www.visitcenter.org.
Jerry Courvoisier (the Digital Lab Director) and his wife Julie are delighted to announce the birth of their son Oliver Woodrow “Woody” Courvoisier born December 11, 2006.
While supplies last, order a 17” MacBookPro 2.16GHz Core Duo, 1GB DDR2 SDRAM, 120GB Serial ATA, 8x SuperDrive, ATI Mobility Radeon x1600 w/256MB VRAM for only $1,690 (free ground shipping with restrictions, New Mexico residents must pay sales tax). This computer is new, not refurbished. It is the previous generation MacBookPro—an overstock at our distributor.
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 this special offer. For additional products available through The Workshops, choose Apple Value Added Reseller from the home page. Use SFW0107 when asked for the password. For more information, go to www.apple.com.
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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Mexico is a photographer’s paradise during Easter week. This seven-day digital workshop with Raul Touzon—now in its fourth year—takes full advantage of the many extraordinary sights and delights of Holy Week in colonial Mexico.
With Raul’s guidance and support, we photograph the stirring Holy Week events of these beautiful mountain towns. Mornings are devoted to reviews and critiques of images made the previous day, as well as short lectures on ways to improve our photographic skills. For more information and images, visit www.touzonphoto.com.
To register for this unique opportunity, call The Workshops at (505) 983-1400. Enrollment is limited to 12 participants.
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 opportunites are still available in February and March.
Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for Photographers with Michael Ninness, February 11-17
Advanced Photoshop for Photographers with Matt Kloskowski, February 18-24
Raw File Photography: From Camera to Archive with Peter Krogh, February 25-March 3
Digital Portfolio Printmaking with Mac Holbert & Jonathan Singer, March 4-10
Creative Digital Alternative Processes with David Julian, March 11-17
For more information click on the workshop title above or call the Santa Fe Workshops (505) 983-1400.
View Joni Sternbach's portfolio Ditch Plains.
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.
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.”
Vancouver - January 21, 2007
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.
Seattle - January 14, 2007
Houston - January 28, 2007
Philadelphia - April 15, 2007
San Francisco - April 22, 2007
Montreal - June 3, 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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