On September 19-23, 2007, I’m leading a photography workshop (in conjunction with the GAPW: Great American Photographic Workshops), along with my good friend and brilliant landscape photographer Bill Fortney (That’s one of Bill’s photos from Glacier shown above), and if you act quickly, you can snag one of the few remaining spots (it’s limited to just 20 participants).
In the early mornings and near sunset, we’ll be shooting some of the most amazing scenic landscapes in all of North America, and during the day we’ll be learning the “New Digital Photography” workflow using Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. Plus, with Bill Fortney there, you’re going to learn a lot about your camera, a lot about landscape photography, and you’re going to laugh an awful lot (Bill is an absolute blast at these workshops, and his genuine love of people, and landscape photography, is absolutely infectious).
Here’s the direct link, to the GAPW site (and to the page with the detail on my workshop), but if you can’t make my workshop, both Matt (who just came back from leading a workshop in Banff) and Dave Cross have upcoming GAPW workshops as well, so click here for the full schedule.
I hope I’ll get to be shooting right alongside you, and sharing some of my favorite new techniques. And, with any luck at all, I’ll be eating all your snacks. ;-)