The Digital Photo Workshops
Extraordinary places: Arches-Canyonlands, Tetons National Park and Yosemite National Park!
The Digital Photo Workshops offers hands-on one-on-one training to photographers of all skill levels who want to become better at their craft while having memorable experiences in some of the world’s most beautiful places. Hone your photography skills in some of the best photography locations in our four-day programs. With the guidance of our expert photographers, learn how to make compelling and memorable quality photographs—skills you can use to document travel experiences, build a portfolio, or simply capture great images for yourself.
These 3 day, weekend workshops are designed to sharpen your skills behind the camera and in the digital darkroom. They also offer you the ability to take advantage of a photo workshop without sacrificing a week of work. Workshops begin Thursday evening and wrap-up by 2:00 pm on Sunday. That leaves you plenty of time to return home Sunday evening.
Here is the the schedule for 2014
|Tetons National Parks||Sept. 25-28|
|Arches & Canyonlands National Parks with Nicole Young||Oct. 9–12|
|Yosemite National Park – 2015||Nov. 5–8|
Silo City Photography Workshop
Extraordinary places: Silo City Buffalo, New York October 2-5 2014!
If you are looking for a unique photography workshop Silo City is the one for you. In this workshop you will have access to photograph inside and out of five different buildings that have not been in use for a long time. This is a great location for HDR photography with
all the textures and rust. Randy Van Duinen will be teaching you how to light paint both large and small subjects in this incredible location. You will also have the opportunity to learn how Randy’s does post process on the images after photographing.
You will also have the opportunity to photograph at the Francis G. Ward Pumping Station. With the huge pumps that use to supply the water to the city of Buffalo, you will be able to get up next to them and unleash your creative side.
Here is the link for the workshop: http://www.visualarchaeology.com/Visual_Archaeology/Silo_City_Workshop.html