Santa Fe Photographic Workshops News - July 2010
2010 JULY
Santa Fe Photographic Workshops

» The Colors of Fall … Golden Light and Eco-Green

© Eddie Soloway (top), © Victoria Williams (bottom)
© Eddie Soloway (top), © Victoria Williams (bottom)

With the Workshops new fall program, autumn in Northern New Mexico is picture-perfect. And with our new approach it’s also paper-free. We’re working toward getting “greener,” so there’s no printed catalog for our fall season.

Descriptive and informative workshop details, complete with stunning images by our instructors, are posted at

You’ll find new courses and new instructors. Newly structured workshops with a Wednesday through Saturday format. And a newly expanded offering of intensives.

For fall, think about creating a combination of workshops that works for you. Mix and match shorter workshops unique to your interests. Or seamlessly flow from a four-day workshop to a two-and-a-half day intensive. 

For personal guidance, our knowledgeable staff can be reached at 505.983.1400 ext.11.

Download the Fall Schedule (200k PDF) »

» Get an Early Entry Discount on Our Photo Contest

Our first ever photography contest. The focus is family—the definition is broad and the vision is yours. The deadline is September 15, but if you enter by July 22 you’ll save $10. The initial entry includes three images; you can submit as many as you like after that for an additional fee.

So join our international community of photographers and share your photographs with our distinguished panel of judges. The experience will be rewarding. And the prizes are great, including free workshops!

Get all the contest details »
© Ryan Heffernan
© Ryan Heffernan


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© Stephen Allen
© Stephen Allen, participant in "Architectural Photography" with Nick Merrick, July 2009

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» Workshop Highlights

© Norman Mauskopf
© Norman Mauskopf

Getting Close
with Norman Mauskopf
July 18 - July 24, 2010

Develop your ability to create photographs with a sense of immediacy and hone your skills in photographing people intuitively.

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© Patrick Donehue
© Patrick Donehue

Refining Your Stock Photography
with Patrick Donehue
July 25 - July 31, 2010

Navigate through the complexities of today’s stock photography market and discover the tools necessary to build and sustain a career.

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© Rick Allred
© Rick Allred

Beginning Adobe Photoshop
with Rick Allred
August 1- August 7, 2010

Master the basics of navigation, selection tools, copy and paste functions, layers, photo compositing, image adjustment tools, and more.

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© Leasha Overturf
© Leasha Overturf

The Contemporary Black-and-White Portrait
with Paul Elledge and Leasha Overturf
August 1 - August 7, 2010

Create your own style of portraiture through nontraditional uses of lighting and learn to avoid clichés.

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© Anne Cahill
© Anne Cahill
The Nikon Digital SLR Camera
with Anne Cahill
August 1 - August 7, 2010

Demystify the digital realm, get the most out of your Nikon digital SLR camera, and make great photographs.

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Calumet Travelites are now wireless - available today from Calumet Photographic!

For over 15 years, Travelites have been the flash-of choice for countless pros and enthusiasts alike. Now the Travelite system has integrated radio trigger compatibility. Radio communication allows you to shoot farther, faster, around corners, through walls, and even at high noon in bright daylight.

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