Win a Private Workshop

January 13, 2009 ·

Michael Reichmann

Win a Private Workshop

– The Winner of this contest was Giles Lean of Thornbury, Australia –

Vertical Landing — Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. June, 2003

This Contest Runs from April 1 – 30, 2006

The Prize

A completely private workshop with a total value of up to $4,000.

Just you, andMichael Reichmann, working together for three days inAlgonquin Parkin Northern Ontario, photographing fall colour, reviewing your portfolio, and learning any and every aspect of photography that you desire.

This private workshopincludes airfare from anywhere in North Americato Toronto, and return. It includes all tuition fees, hotels, food and transportation.

"Yet another stunning Video Journal. I eagerly look forward to them every three months and am continually impressed with their quality and usefulness".




Why are we having this extraordinary contest? One reason. To help convince you to subscribe toThe Luminous Landscape Video Journal, a quarterly DVD containing interviews with famous photographers, how-to’s, tutorials, critiques, product reviews, and travels segments, all in broadcast quality video. It’s this web site on TV, but with unique content not found anywhere else.

It’s subscriptions toThe Video Journalthat keep this site in existence. It is our only source of revenue since we accept no advertising or commercial sponsorship of any kind.

"The inspiration I get from these DVD’s is enough to make me want to quit my day job and do art for the rest of my life"!



When and Where

This private workshop will take place onOctober 6 – 9, 2006. Arrive in Toronto on Friday October 6th and Michael will drive you to world-famousAlgonquin Parkto spend the weekend photographing fall colour, reviewing your portfolio, discussing shooting technique, Photoshop technique – anything and everything that you wish on a one-on-one basis. Fall colour should be at its height on this weekend.

We will be staying right on the edge of the park at theAlgonquin Lakeside Inn, where you will have a private room. We will be staying at the inn on Friday and Saturday evening.

On Sunday morning we will drive about 90 minutes to my country house onLake Muskoka, where you will stay as my guest on Sunday evening. We will shoot on Sunday at some of my favourite Muskoka locations.

On Monday morning you will be driven back to the Toronto airport (about 90 minutes) to catch your plane home.

"Your video journals keep getting better and better. The quality of production just shines through".



The Rules

The contest is open to anyone, anywhere in the world (except where prohibited by law).

If you live outside of North America you are responsible for your airfare to the North American gateway city of your choice, or Toronto.

The prize has no cash equivalent, and must be taken as offered on the dates offered.

Don’t forget to read The Fine Print.

"Thanks for all the DVD’s they are GREAT, you have a subscriber for life".




It’s simple. Just visit our store and purchase any subscription product (or renewal) valued at $89.95 or more. You willautomaticallybe entered in this contest. There’s nothing else to do. The winner will be announced on What’s New, onMonday, May 1st, 2006.


– The Winner of this contest was Giles Lean of Thornbury, Australia –

Michael Reichmann

Michael Reichmann is the founder of the Luminous Landscape. Michael passed away in May 2016. Since its inception in 1999 LuLa has become the world's largest site devoted to the art, craft, and technology of photography. Each month more than one million people from every country on the globe visit LuLa.

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