Photographing in a foreign country is an exhilarating, and often even life-changing, experience. Keith Carter has spent more than 25 years photographing in and around the lovely Mexican colonial town of San Miguel de Allende and he has found that not a day goes by in this charming pueblito without something to delight the eye, tantalize the senses, or expand the consciousness. San Miguel is the perfect catalyst for creating expressive portraits, landscapes, still lifes, or architectural images.
This workshop is designed both to elevate your sense of personal aesthetics, and hone your vision and creative style. Through assignments, field trips, discussions, and individual portfolio reviews, we explore ourselves, other Americas, simplicity, the grace of natural light, and our shared cultural experiences.
Our goal is to make serious amateur, fine-art, and commercial work more passionate and fulfilling. Bring a sense of humor, a sense of adventure and, if possible, a musical instrument.
Wise-asses, hot dogs, and burn-outs are welcome.