Get ready to photograph, develop, and print! Join Gino Miele for a workshop that’s like grown-up playtime for photographers, summer camp in New Mexico.
In addition to taking photography excursions where we explore beautiful Santa Fe and its surroundings, we spend time in The Workshops state-of-the-art digital lab. There, using a workflow that incorporates Adobe Lightroom’s most powerful local adjustment tools, participants learn to transform raw files into photographs that sing.
By offering an encouraging environment, expert instruction, and individual attention, Gino empowers participants to fully express their unique photographic vision and lift their work to the next level. He takes the guesswork out of producing museum-quality inkjet prints, so you can move your art forward technically and aesthetically.
The imagery we create often says more about us than it does about our subjects. As you put aside this special time to make new friends and new pictures, you gain a fresh perspective on photography—and yourself.
Get acquainted with some of the previous work that was generated in this class HERE
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Working knowledge of digital workflow and manual mode on your digital SLR or mirrorless camera. Basic printmaking skills are also helpful.
Computer workstations and printers are provided in the digital lab.
Jean "Gino" Miele's photographs explore the borderlands between fiction and reality, reflecting his lifelong interest in perception, spirituality, and mysticism. His images remind us that we create our own reality and moments of perfection are possible. Gino believes that every photograph is an act of transformation and the photographs we make tell us more about ourselves than about what was in front of the lens. His photographs have appeared in thousands of publications, and his original prints are exhibited and acquired by collectors worldwide. Gino's workshops empower students to realize their own photographic vision. This is his second year teaching with the Workshops. His websites are www.jeanmiele.com and www.facebook.com/JeanMielePhotographer.