Santa Fe Workshops is excited to introduce our first round of online workshops. We have three exceptional instructors lined up for this month.
Santa Fe Workshops founder, Reid Callanan, will be teaching a new workshop called Homescapes: A New Paradigm. This live workshop is a collaborative experience that explores the ideas of "home" through the photographic lens. Homescapes is limited to 14 photographers who form a community of learners, exploring the role photography plays in their daily lives at home. The first session sold out as soon as it was announced, so we are adding a second session of Homescapes which will begin on Tuesday, May 5.
Longtime Santa Fe Workshops instructor, Eddie Soloway, is guiding a group of 12 photographers through The Expressive Photographic Landscape. For more than 25 years, Eddie has taught his signature workshop A Natural Eye worldwide. Now, he is thrilled to offer his expertise in a collaborative space online. Two sessions of The Expressive Photographic Landscape are now open and ready for enrollment. The first begins Tuesday, April 21. The second begins on Thursday, April 23.
Rounding out our line-up is Michael Clark who is teaching Dialing in Your Digital Workflow. Michael is a nationally in-demand commercial photographer focused on adventure sports. In his two-session class, Michael cuts through the complexity of using both Lightroom and Photoshop, sharing his process to produce beautiful images. Dialing in Your Digital Workflow is open for enrollment and begins on Monday,
Visit our website for details: santafeworkshops.com/workshops/santa-fe-online/
Thanks to everyone for participating in our call for entries for Reflecting On. We were impressed by your creativity! One of our most popular instructors, Norman Mauskopf, has selected 20 of his favorites from the submissions and will be hosting his online review LIVE this Friday, April 10, 2020, at 3:00 p.m. MT.
Don't miss this chance to gather as a creative community with Norman - an insightful and instructive photography master. The event is limited to the first 100 participants who sign into our Zoom meeting. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. MT, and Norman's talk will start at 3:00 p.m. MT. Use the link below to enter the waiting room where our facilitator, Zach Taylor, will check you in. It's an event you won't want to miss! Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 258602941
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