Since so many of our online workshops fill up quickly, we offer additional sessions of our most popular ones from time to time. This is one of these times. We now have scheduled additional workshops sessions for seven of our most popular offerings. If you want to spark your curiosity, expand your technical skills, and elevate your creative approach, act quickly and sign up for one of these programs this spring.
Reimagine our home in its many comforts, challenges, and unexpected surprises — through a photographic lens with Reid Callanan. Explore your options to publish a photographic book with Melanie McWhorter. Dan Burkholder reveals creative ways of seeing the world by unlocking the features of your iPhone. Glenn Randall demonstrates unique ways to photograph the landscape in all its many splendors. Michael Rubin draws parallels between haiku and the creative image-making process. Study the physics, optics, and the art form of black-and-white photography with Cira Crowell. And finally, discover how to make dynamic, personal photographs as part of one’s daily lifestyle from Jason Langer.
The Art and Science of Landscape Photography
February 23 – March 12 | Tuesdays & Fridays; 2pm - 4pm MT
Master the craft, and the art will follow; conquer the barriers to creating stunning landscape images.
The Language of Black and White
March 1 – 12 | Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays; 12:30pm - 2:30pm MT
Hone your style and focus your intention, deepening your concept of what it means to make a powerful black-and-white photograph.
March 2 – 19 | Tuesdays & Fridays; 9:30am - 11:30am MT
Step into the creative power of an iPhone as a vital photographic tool at your fingertips. It’s a camera, darkroom, and visual research laboratory that allows you to capture and process images in the field, all with unprecedented color, depth, and texture.
Homescapes: A New Paradigm
March 8 – 25 | Mondays & Thursdays; 1pm - 3pm MT
Refine your abilities to produce a strong personal diary of images from “home” that are imbued with meaning, grace, and clarity in this online workshop.
The Photographic Journey: Refining Your Vision
March 10 – April 14 | Wednesdays; 12:30pm - 2:30pm MT
Learn to identify and photograph the subjects you want to better understand, making photographs that also help you grow as an individual and serve you for a lifetime.
Photographic Haiku: A New Approach to Creative Photography
March 15 – 26 | Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays; 3:30pm - 5:30pm MT
Discover how the ideas inherent in zen arts can help you make better images and enjoy photography more.
Publishing the Photographic Book
March 15 – April 1 | Mondays & Thursdays; 12:30pm - 2:30pm MT
Discover and explore the seemingly never-ending choices for designing and creating photo books from editions as small as one to thousands while getting valuable input from your peers and advice from Melanie on your personal book project.
Sign up soon while these seven online programs are still open! If you don’t make it in time, get on the Wait List so you will receive early notification the next time the workshop is offered.
Broaden your horizons as a writer and a storyteller with these upcoming six programs.
The Lost Art of Letter Writing
January 25 – February 4 | Mondays & Thursdays; 10:30am - 12:00pm MT
From the tear of the envelope's seal to the debut of the stationery, letter writing is most definitely an art.
Three Simple Lines & The Color of Wind
Natalie Goldberg and Eddie Soloway
January 27 – 29 | Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday; 6pm - 7pm MT
Exploring the intersection of images and words, Natalie and Eddie reveal the truths they have learned about these two universal languages; and their stories and insights are sure to change how you perceive your life as a writer or a photographer.
Poetry: The Creativity of Revision
February 1 – 18 | Mondays & Thursdays; 10:30am - 12pm MT
Discover the richness inherent in the hand-in-hand relationship between the generative impulse and the revising one.
Flash Memoir: Exploring Unforgettable 2020
Gina Rae La Cerva
February 10 – March 10 | Wednesdays; 6:30 - 8:30pm MT
Reinvigorate your creativity and process what it means to live through these historic times.
Travel – Across the World and Deep Within
February 16 – 18 | Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday; 6pm - 7pm MT
Consider why travel in the new millennium is not just a luxury, but a moral obligation, and why it is more important than ever, in our accelerating age of information overload, to clear our heads and not forget what sustains us most.
The Particular Beauty of our Pared Down Lives
March 30 – April 15 | Tuesdays & Thursdays; 9:30am - 11am MT
Understand the great value in being still and having time to look at our lives and its familiar objects in new ways.
Thank you, Nikon and Epson!
As major corporate partners of Santa Fe Workshops, Nikon and Epson make significant and generous contributions to the education and career advancement of our participants. These amazing partnerships contribute greatly to the workshop experience.