Film’s Not Dead: Introduction to Large Format Photography Workshop: Nov 15-17, 2019 – Death Valley National Park

 

I am pleased to announce my next long-awaited Introduction to Large Format Photography Workshop: November 15-17, 2019, taking place in the incomparable Death Valley National Park. This workshop is limited to only six photographers – everyone will receive lots of hands-on instruction and attention. NO previous large format experience is required and loaner gear may be available for those who do not already own. Learn more about this workshop and register here.

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THANKS to My Recent Photography Workshop Participants!

I’d like to offer a big THANK YOU to my March Death Valley Photo Workshop participants: (L-R) Rina, Stacey, Bonnie, Clark, and Lupin, and yours truly. I had a wonderful time with all of you and hope that you had an incredible and unforgettable experience.

I’d also like to offer a big THANK YOU to my April Alabama Hills Introduction to Large Format Photography workshop participants: (L-R) Yours truly, Dave, Rodney, Savahna, Ken, Katy, and Ralph. I had a wonderful time with all of you and hope that the large format photography process has been demystified and that you proceed forth with confidence in the format. We had a Name this mountainbit of challenging weather all day Friday and early Saturday yet it made for glorious conditions, great photography, and sublime viewing of the High Sierra. Can anyone help me with an ID of the mountain seen here? 😉

I wish all of my recent workshop attendees the very best with their photography and hope to see everyone again in the near future!

My next Introduction to Large Format Photography workshop will take place in Death Valley National Park in late 2012 and will be announced on this blog and my newsletter in the coming days; please stay tuned.

My next scheduled workshop is Visionary Death Valley with Guy Tal beginning November 29, 2012. You can read more about our successful February Visionary Death Valley workshop and see a few images here, and you’ll find workshop details and registration information here. Our November Visionary workshop is beginning to fill, but we currently have space available.

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‘Introduction to Large Format Photography’ with the Julia Dean Photo Workshops: March 2011

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be teaching my next Introduction to Large Format Photography group workshop in March 2011 with the Julia Dean Photo Workshops! The Julia Dean Photo Workshops (JDPW) is the West Coast’s largest and most practical education school of photography devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. They offer nearly 170 workshops per year, programming a variety of community events, and supporting artists through group and one-person gallery exhibits. In addition, JDPW offers workshops with and provides access to some of the most well-known and respected photographers in the world, including: Greg Gorman, Duane Michals, Mary Ellen Mark, Sam Abell, Douglas Kirkland, David Alan Harvey, Keith Carter, Phil Borges, Bruce Davidson, John Paul Caponigro, Alex Webb, Ron Haviv, James Nachtwey and more. It goes without saying that I’m very excited to have my name listed as an Instructor amongst these incredible photographer/teacher luminaries.

As the West Coast’s largest non-degree based school of photography, JDPW offers a broad range of coursework, with classes ranging from photojournalism and fine art photography to studio photography and portraiture. For students looking to become more involved in the photographic community, JDPW also provides yearly Membership Plans which provide numerous perks and benefits, such as: discounts on tuition, free admittance to events and guest lectures, credit towards a travel workshop and more.

My next Introduction to Large Format Photography workshop will be held at Joshua Tree National Park on March 12-13, 2011. For more information and registration, please see the JDPW website listing. Please let me know if you have any questions about this workshop. I hope to see you in Joshua Tree NP!

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Four by Five Exhibition

The Four by Five exhibition opens at the New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery on April 3, 2010 (click the exhibition announcement at left for details). Steve Simmons, publisher of View Camera Magazine, juried and curated this exhibition, and it goes without saying that I’m proud to be one of five featured artists whose work “showcase[s] the creative and varied contemporary work being done with large format view cameras”. This exhibition will be followed by publication of my works in an upcoming issue of View Camera, and I’ll share more information as it becomes available.

The images Mr. Simmons selected for the exhibition and publication are Juniper Study, Manzanita Study, Cottonwood Pond, and Joshua Trees, Indian Summer Sky. I will not be able to make the opening reception on April 3, so please enjoy my work in my absence!

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