Join Susan Burnstine in discovering innovative ways to reimagine the world while learning the skills to uncover and identify one’s unique interpretations for a deeper meaning of place regardless of photographic genre.
This hands-on workshop in Santa Fe with Julia Martin, explores both digital and alternative photographic processes in image-making using natural materials while learning how to integrate your work with the earth in a new and sustainable way.
National Geographic contributing photographer Kristi Odom guides participants through a comprehensive exploration of macro photography including lighting techniques specifically tailored for macro shots.
Spend a week exploring the photobook with Mark Klett as he works with participants to examine the current state of photographic book publishing while helping to create their own self-published photobooks.
In this portrait photography workshop centered around the culturally diverse streets of Santa Fe, Jennifer Spelman, in collaboration with the International Folk Art Market (IFAM), demonstrates approaches to engage individuals, assess conditions, and develop a personal connection.
Jeff Phillips guides creators of all skill levels through the complete process of crafting photo zines in this immersive five day workshop held in the book haven of Santa Fe.
Photographing botanicals, learn new camera techniques, play with abstract, and explore ICM and multiple exposures in this new immersive, hands-on workshop in Santa Fe.
Set in the nation’s oldest capital city, Santa Fe, transcend capturing mere images and delve deeper into storytelling and portraying a profound sense of place in this immersive photography workshop.
Learn the tools and concepts behind artful, high-level portraiture. Kate McCurdy shares her editorial portrait and in post-editing expertise, covering all creative and professional aspects of the industry.
Take part in Ed Kashi’s focused five-day photography intensive directed towards developing a complete, refined body of work, exploring interweaving mediums, poignant subjects, and impactful visual narrative styles.