2012 Workshop Roundup

| May 23, 2012

For anyone interested in attending a workshop this year, there are still a few openings available:

Sedona Photo Fest workshop with Guy TalJune 10th, 2012. My one-day workshop at the Sedona Photo Fest will focus on creative skills, both in the field and in the digital studio. While you’re there, you can also partake in many other photo-related activities and presentations in one of the most beautiful settings in the Southwest. In addition to the workshop, my presentation “Photography and the Creative Life” is free on Friday, June 8th. Register here.


Eastern Sierra workshop with Jack Graham and Guy TalOct 11-Oct 14, 2012. This is the second year that I’ll be joining forces with my good friend Jack Graham in the spectacular settings of California’s Eastern Sierra Nevada. Our itinerary will take us to some of the most rewarding and photogenic sites in the region. Jack and I will offer both technical assistance and discussions around creative topics, as well as image reviews and critique sessions. This will be Jack’s 17th year leading this workshop! Register here.


Visionary Death Valley workshop with Guy Tal and Michael GordonNov 29-Dec 4, 2012. Visionary Death Valley is a unique workshop format delivered among the breathtaking desert scenery of Death Valley National Park. In collaboration with long time friend Michael Gordon we deliver an experience focused on creativity and personal expression through landscape photography. Among the topics covered are composition, effective use of visual elements, and creative processing techniques. The workshop includes two processing sessions. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops to follow along. Register here.

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Guy Tal is a published author and photographic artist. He resides in a remote part of Utah, in a high desert region known as the Colorado Plateau – a place that inspired him deeply for much of his life and that continues to feature in his images and writing. In his photographic work, Guy seeks to articulate a reverence for the wild. He writes about, and teaches, the values of living a creative life and finding fulfillment through one’s art.

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