I’m excited to announce the release of a new Free Course: Intro to Fine Art Printing!…
The Beyond the Lens Workshops for 2012 have been listed on the website for a few weeks now, but I thought I would mention them here as well and go into some specific details for those who are interested.
First, I’m really happy to be leading a 5 day workshop in one of my favorite locations, Moab Utah. We’ll be visiting several fantastic locations in the region including Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Dead Horse State Park, and weather permitting the La Sal Mountains. While this is a very popular location for landscape photography, my many visits have proven time and time again that there are endless possibilities for image making. It will be an intense and exhausting week, but the rewards will be worthwhile I am sure.
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The Adirondack workshop will be taking place in September this year to take advantage of classic fall color conditions. We’ll be based in Lake Placid once again, and students will have plenty of opportunity to photograph pristine lakes, mountain views, and get a strong feel for intimate forest landscapes.
There are several Lightroom workshops, and I’ll probably be teaching Lightroom 4 as it looks like it will be officially released by the time the workshops are held (if not I’ll cover it anyway). I’ll have an upcoming post soon about my favorite new features in this latest version, they are worth the upgrade!
As always, my priority is to create a fun, relaxed, and stress free environment, where the focus is on you and your photography. I’m happiest when you’re happy and making real progress – there is nothing more important for a successful workshop experience. Past students receive a 10% discount on any future workshops – email me for the code.
I’m working on some new workshops for 2013, including Prince Edward Island in Canada, and The Smoky Mountains in North Carolina -stay tuned.
Any questions or concerns, please let me know in the comments below – thanks for reading!
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These all sound interesting, especially the one in Moab. However, I would of course have to draw on my father’s maps and experiences as well as my own for that region. Nonetheless, your approach to photographing the area would be a fresh and enjoyable experience I’m sure.
thanks David for the feedback – of course you must have a rich knowledge of the region -one of my goals is to try and learn as much as I can about the Moab area, not only geographically, but the history, lore, and artists that have drawn inspiration from this amazing place – such as your Dad. thank you for the reminder…