September 12, 2011 – Port Angeles, WA – With Jay Goodrich.
This 1-Day class follows Art Wolfe’s Olympic National Park Workshop. This is a great way to take what has just been taught in the field and learn to improve your process of development and managing large volumes of images with Lightroom 3.
As the popularity of digital image making grows, so does a photographer’s image catalog. How do we manage a hundred, thousand, or even 10,000 images? With the latest edition of Lightroom 3, Adobe is making the life of the photographer much, much easier. Photographer and writer Jay Goodrich has been using the Lightroom package since the first version, and is now offering a class to help those who are in need of a management solution for their collection of photographs. This one-day addition to our Olympic Peninsula workshop will begin with an overview of the Library and Develop Modules. Jay will then spend the rest of the time working with each participant to help catalog and maximize the images they created during the previous three days.
We had a long day of driving today as we headed back to Reykjavik from the south coast. Late last week the Kafla volcano had a small eruption under the ice, and glacial meltwater rushed down and washed out the bridge on the highway. We were forced to alter our route somewhat and had to retreat through the highlands. Our photographic surprise for today were horses. There’s never a dull moment when these spunky little guys are around—they are truly a horse in a pony-sized package!
Although I have spend nearly all my time teaching the first couple days of my latest international workshop, I have managed to get a few shots of my students working in geyser steam, the beautiful waterfalls, and stubby Icelandic ponies.
We just received a regretful cancellation from a couple that was signed up for our Iceland Workshop July 4-13. This now opens up an opportunity for 2 lucky folks to get on board with this workshop. Call our office (Toll-free: 888-973-0011) to register (or click below) and we can get you up-to-speed quickly. Or go to our Website to learn more.
XRite Gets the scoop. Thank you Brenda Hipsher!
As you may have heard this weekend on the XRite Coloratti Blog, I am offering a new workshop experience in August in the Canadian Rockies. This photographic workshop is sure to be one of the most unique and special of the year. This is open to a maximum of only 4 participants. I will be assisted by a veteran colleague, Gavriel Jecan, and Chris Martin, an excellent Alberta photographer that knows this territory very well. You need only show up in Calgary, Alberta ready to begin the workshop on August 14th and we take care of all the rest.
Because the class size is so small, you may not find any more detail on our website describing this workshop, so please call for more information.
In Washington, call 206-332-0993 or toll free 888-973-0011.
If these dates don’t work and you are interested in taking a specialized small-group photographic workshop with Art Wolfe, give us a call and let’s design something.
Vancouver, BC is host to two great opportunities to be with Art Wolfe the first weekend in August.
First, come hear and see Art’s presentation, Between Heaven And Earth. This is on Friday, August 6, 7:00pm at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver. This should get your creative juices flowing, as you are sure to want to sign up for the workshop the following day. >>REGISTER HERE for the Lecture
Second, is his Art of Composition seminar in the Vancouver, held at Simon Fraser University. Experience the unexpected at this weekend’s workshop. This is a one day lecture on Saturday, August 7th. >>REGISTER HERE for the Workshop
NOTE: Use This DISCOUNT CODE (VANBUNDLE11) at checkout and receive an additional 10% off when you sign up for both events.
Proceeds from “Between Heaven and Earth” support:
Listen to what people are saying about Art’s seminars and workshops:
I have pursued photography for over 51 years and finally feel someone has shared insights into composition and the mental portion of photography that have eluded me for these many years. My camera has not left my hand since I awoke at our mountain cabin this morning. I am as energized as I was when I received my first camera and loaded my first roll of 620 film.
I cannot thank Art enough for sharing that cloudy day in Atlanta.
Although Wolfe is known mainly for his landscape, nature and wildlife photography, this workshop was about the Art of Composition, and applies to virtually all photographic subjects.
Without hesitation it was the best photography workshop I have ever attended. By best I mean he combines the finest qualities of artist, photographer and teacher (including the ability to entertain), which is a rare combination today.