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How to Prepare for a Landscape Photography Workshop

Landscape photography workshops are often multi-day programs, and the students focus on camera, composition, post-production, and visualization skills. Because of their intense range of instruction, detailed curriculum, and outdoor locations, preparation is critical and the purpose of this post.    After 15 years as a photography

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How To Choose The Right Photography Workshop

Enrolling in a Photography Workshop can impact your creative photography in very positive ways, but how do you choose a workshop or class that’s right for you?   After 15 years as a photography and post-production teacher, with thousands of hours teaching field workshops, classroom sessions,

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The Grand Teton Experience

Creating stunning photographs in the Grand Teton National Park seems like a no-brainer. One can pull over at any of the roadside overlooks and snap-shot the snow-capped Teton Range and the silvery sheen of the Snake River in the foreground and come away with fantastic

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From My Journal – The Pt. Reyes First Horizon Class Experience

The seven photographers who came to the Pt. Reyes National Seashore First Horizons workshop arrived with diverse backgrounds, skill sets, and goals. First Horizon classes are about fundamentals, discovery, and new beginnings. Some students came to master their camera’s controls, and others came to learn

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National Park Photography Expedition Retrospective – Part 5

In 2021, many of our NPPE Alumni created expression-filled photography that attracted the attention of art professionals and collectors. The NPPE staff decided to shout out their achievements with several retrospective groups to inspire other National Park Photography Expedition Alumni, future Alumni, and creative photographers

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National Park Photography Expedition Retrospective – Part 4

In 2021, many of our NPPE Alumni created expression-filled photography that attracted the attention of art professionals and collectors. The NPPE staff decided to shout out their achievements with several retrospective groups to inspire other National Park Photography Expedition Alumni, future Alumni, and creative photographers

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National Park Photography Expedition Retrospective – Part 3

In 2021, thirteen of our NPPE Alumni created expression-filled photography that attracted the attention of art professionals and collectors. The NPPE staff decided to shout out their achievements with several retrospective groups to inspire other National Park Photography Expedition Alumni, future Alumni, and creative photographers

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National Park Photography Expedition Retrospective – Part 2

In 2021, thirteen of our NPPE Alumni created expression-filled photography that attracted the attention of art professionals and collectors. The NPPE staff decided to shout out their achievements with several retrospective groups to inspire other National Park Photography Expedition Alumni, future Alumni, and creative photographers

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