If you’ve ever wondered how to move beyond the superficial to the expressive in your photography, discover how to enhance the poetic voice in your images, with the incomparable landscape and culture of Northern New Mexico as the stage. I have a few spaces left in my class at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, from June 25–June 30, so get in while you can.
More details about the workshop:
During this five-day class, you use the people, places, architecture, objects, and textures of the photogenic Southwest as your muses, connecting them to your own visual sensibilities to make contemplative and expressive black-and-white images.
Our week together begins with examining powerful visual and literary works of the masters; we learn to see anew by looking at what others have seen and written. Using myriad local and in-the-field assignments, group image reviews, and individual portfolio sessions, you’ll gain valuable experience in navigating the complete contemplative and poetic photographic process, resulting in greater skills for converting the images you envision in your mind’s eye into breathtaking photographs.
My goal for you? To kindle a fire for infusing images with emotion and power—regardless of location—and have a blast doing it. The most rewarding result of this workshop is that no matter where life’s journeys may take you, from your own backyard to faraway lands, you know how to see fully, think metaphorically, and photograph unconventionally.
I have a few spaces left in this workshop, which runs June 25–June 30. Click the link to visit the workshop page at SFPW and learn more.