One of the best ways to improve your photographic skills is to join a seminar or workshop. These can last from a single day to a week or more. They can take place in local venues or exotic locales. But, with the right teacher and itinerary not only can a photographic workshop be a rewarding learning experience, but a terrific opportunity to expand ones horizons, meet like-minded people and explore new territory.
I myself teach just a handful of workshops and seminars each year. But there is a small number of highly talented photographers and teachers who I work with on a regular basis who also conduct their own workshops, independent ofThe Luminous Landscape. If a workshop seems like something you’d like to try you should consider one of these, as each is designed to provide you with an exceptional learning and photographic experience. Under each teacher’s name there are links to their currently available workshops. Act quickly, because these workshops sell out, often as soon as they are announced.
— Michael Reichmann
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2013 Antelope Canyon Fine Art Photography Summit
March 7 to 11, 2014http://beautiful-landscape.com/Workshop-Death-Valley-Spring-14.htmlSpring 2014 Navajoland WorkshopMay 9 to 13, 2014http://beautiful-landscape.com/Workshop-Navajoland-Spring-14.htmlSpring 2014 Antelope Canyon WorkshopApril 11 to 15, 2014http://beautiful-landscape.com/Workshop-Antelope-5days-Spring-14.html
Jay Maisel is one of world’s leading photographers. He conducts workshop at his amazing bank building / gallery / home in New York’s Bowery district.
Digital Printing for the Fine Art Photographer
John Paul Caponigro
Daniel Bergmann is one of Iceland’s most experienced nature photographers. He has worked with Michael Reichmann on several of his Icelandic workshops during the past few years.