This acclaimed workshop—limited to 12 participants to make the experience more intimate and allow Arthur to spend more time with each individual—is intended for both advanced amateur and professional photographers who want to strengthen their ability to see and work in color. Through daily photographic assignments, critiques, and discussions, participants acquire techniques that enhance their perception of light and its effects on color, composition, texture, pattern, and design. While covering the use and quality of natural and artificial light, we primarily focus on investigating color from a personal perspective. Throughout the week, Arthur shares examples of his personal and professional work to guide and inspire participants’ individual styles.
The workshop begins with an intensive review of each participant’s images examining what is working as well as what areas need work. Arthur leads group critiques and spends time explaining how light and color work as well as challenging individuals to move toward their next step photographically. Daily assignments put classroom techniques into practice as well as illustrating the aesthetics of color photography. Participants leave at the end of the week with a greater awareness of their strengths and an enhanced awareness of light and color.
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A Week with the Masters
Join us in Santa Fe at the end of March for a special “Week with the Masters,” a unique week of photographic learning, inspiration, and collaboration with four contemporary masters of photography.
Sam Abell, Arthur Meyerson, Greg Gorman, and R. Mac Holbert are all great friends and collaborate together on photographic projects and often teach together, but never all four in one week—until now! This week in Santa Fe is one not to be missed.
Each master photographer is leading their own individual workshop, but they also join forces at various times throughout the week to offer their knowledge, wisdom, experiences, insights, and stories for all the workshop participants to enjoy. They share a recent body of photographs during a special evening image presentation, take part in a moderated roundtable discussion about where photography is headed, and join their classes together at times for demonstrations, lectures and socializing.
Enjoy the benefits of a workshop with a master photographer as well as the chance to participate in a week fueled by the collective power and collaborative nature of Sam, Arthur, Greg, and Mac.