Olympic Peninsula Participants Gallery

We had a fabulous workshop out on the Olympic Peninsula.
My students got some really terrific results, so take a look!

Sol Duc:

Workshop Participant Images: Sol Duc River in Olympic National Park from Art Wolfe on Vimeo.

Art narrates a short piece about the participants of his Olympic National Park Workshop shooting at the Sol Duc River in April of 2011. See the images some of the participants got!


Second Beach:

Workshop Participant Images: Second Beach in Olympic National Park from Art Wolfe on Vimeo.

Art narrates a short piece from the wild west coast about the participants of his Olympic National Park Workshop shooting at Second Beach in April of 2011. See the images some of the participants got!

Gallery Participants:

Russell J. Bennett
Carol Ann Morris
Cornelia Kirkpatrick
Ken Crawford
Dave Turner
Drena Putz
Eric Schaer
Harry Ableman
Mike Walker
Rona Zevin
Rusty Lewis
Tony Kahler
Wes Kirkpatrick
Bill Edwards

Workshop Instructors:

Gavriel Jecan
Jay Goodrich

8 Responses to “Olympic Peninsula Participants Gallery”

  1. Wayne Nelson says:

    It looks like you had a good and productive workshop! You are creating some great competition for yourself.

    • Art Wolfe says:

      The workshop participants worked very hard and grew during the course of even a short 3-day workshop. I really love to help people see and photograph in new ways. Thanks, Wayne.

  2. Rusty Lewis says:

    I had a great time at the workshop. Thanks for all your help!

  3. Ken Crawford says:

    Art, I just wanted to thank you and your team for putting together such a wonderful workshop. Not only did I learn a lot of invaluable tips from the lectures, but the field trips forced me to adapt to some challenging conditions — something that’s helped me to grow as a photographer. I had a fantastic time, and made some great friends in the process. Truly one of the best educational experiences of my life. 🙂

    • Art Wolfe says:

      Ken-
      Thanks. Glad to hear this is so meaningful. Your willingness to fully participate surely brought this experience.

  4. After watching Art Wolfe direct his team and engage with us, it is easy to understand why this man achieves success. He is passionate about his craft and he is passionate his students.

    The first class was a mini “Art of Composure”. But I had attended that full seminar when Art came to Houston last October. So, I sat there thinking, “Why are we doing this?” Well, it really was essential preparation (think Miyagi’s “wax on, wax off”). Although I had heard the presentation before, it was different now. I was walking through the woods thinking about what Art had just said, what he had just shown us, attempting to apply the concepts. I started thinking differently, if just barely. I started seeing a little different perspective. Watching Art, I saw 30+ years of the craft in action. For him, it was all instinctive. “There’s no picture here. Let’s go!” and “Where’s the picture?” I heard that more than once. And guess what? He was right. I started getting it. I’m still getting it.

    Like drinking from a fire hose, there’s a lot of value packed into one of Art’s workshops. And on every level, it’s a terrific experience. Art Wolfe delivers.

  5. Brian lawson says:

    Thank you so much for re-inspiring me. The art of composure lecture and Jay introducing me to Lightroom was more than I expected. Your team did a great job!

    I’m looking forward to the Alaska Workshop, see you in Anchorage!

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