Creativity Continues

Creative expression is a way to reconnect with ourselves and then with others. To encourage that community, Santa Fe Workshops has launched Creativity Continues, a collective way to develop our creative voices. These events, offered monthly, are free and open to the public.

Upcoming Offerings

December 2: Alternative Processing with Bostick & Sullivan

Join us on Wednesday evening, December 2, for our next Creativity Continues conversation with Bostick & Sullivan. These masters of magic-in-the-darkroom will share a variety of expressive alternative processes, discuss the specifics of chemicals, cost, and show finished examples. As leaders in producing the highest quality historic photographic kits, this is one presentation you won’t want to miss.

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Previous Offerings

November 4: Assignment: Transitions

This recording features Laurie Klein reviewing her 20 selections from the recent Transitions assignment. Listen to her comments, impressions, and insights into what makes for a compelling image and why she chose these particular images.

Here is a slide show of all images that were submitted for Transitions:

September 2: Anatomy of an Editorial Shoot with Jeff Lipsky*

Los Angeles- based commercial and editorial photographer Jeff Lipsky shares an inside look at a magazine cover shoot — taking us from first contact to the printed page. The ultimate storyteller, Jeff offers a pro’s view of all the moving parts that make up a celebrity cover shoot for Men’s Journal. A collaborative dance of working with his support team and the magazine’s creative director, agents, and handlers is critical to Jeff’s successful relationship with the subject he is photographing. The magic of a Lipsky portrait sesson happens on set — with shared cooperation between Jeff and his new collaborator.

August 5: The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma with Maggie Steber

Documentary photographer, educator, and photo editor Maggie Steber presents images from her ground-breaking series of photographs The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma. “In The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma there is danger but also beauty in a wild jungle that has been growing unfettered. The photographs address every experience I have had in an exterior world but are now being re-interpreted in my interior landscape,” Maggie says.

May 15: Review of images from Windows with Sarah Leen and Bill Marr

This recording features Sarah Leen, former Director of Photography for National Geographic Visual Media, and her husband Bill Marr, former director of photography for the Nature Conservancy, reviewing their 20 selections, comments, and impressions from the open image call Windows. Listen to their insights into what makes for a compelling image and why they chose their particular images.

Here is a slide show of all images that were submitted for Windows: