Time for a little selfless promotion!

It seems like this time of year is when most of my fellow photographers are planning their itineraries for the rest of the year. With that in mind I just want to talk about my photo workshops a bit.  ( Much more information can be found at . I have quite a lot planned this year, all in places I have been many times, places where I know where to be at the right time of day.

The southwest is a great place to be in the spring. It is nice and cool and more importantly the crowds are gone, the wildflowers are blooming and the low angles of the spring light makes for a great time to be in the red rock country of NE Arizona, Southern Utah and Monument Valley. Please check out more details on my web site,

laazhsb3_bst.jpgHorseshoe Bend, close to Page AZ.

After that May brings me back here to Oregon. Mike Moats ( and I are combining our efforts in a workshop called “Macro & More in the Gorge”  in mid May. I am really excited about this one.

plwwftigerlily8.jpgColumbia Tiger Lily, Oregon

After that late May & June features workshops on the Oregon Coast, the Columbia River Gorge as well as the Palouse in mid June. Just prior to these workshops, Bob Kulon will be here in Portland with me to do his DSLR Boot camp over a 2 day period ( May 31 & June 1). This is an invaluable session that will get you up to speed with the new technology offered in CS3, Light room, Elements and other processing programs that we all need these days. Some field work is also included. You can find more details on my site or at This is an outstanding value. If you are attending one of the workshops in early June, why not come out a few days early and attend the Bootcamp as well?

laorcrglat9_0606.jpgLatourell Falls, oregon

laorcstcb9_1956.jpgCannon Beach Sunset, Oregon

If you like fall color, you need to come to the Eastern Sierra with us in October. The Aspens are usually at peak at this time. We shoot in the canyons and lakes in the Eastern Sierra close to Lee Vining California on HWY 395. We also get to Bishop and up into the White Mts to photograph Te Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

lacalmono11.jpgMono Lake, Eastern Sierra, CA.

lacaesbod14.jpgBodie State Historical Park, Ca.(Ghost Town).

Right after the Eastern Sierra trip, I’ll be heading back to Ohio for the Fall Photo workshop that has been so successful over the past few years. I have the management of this workshop over to by good friend Bob Kulon, but I will be there as in the past. Be sure to access 2008_neo_fall_workshop_flyer_v01.pdf for FULL information. We will once again have full access to shooting right on an Amish farm for a few hours on one of the days of the workshop. This is truly an unique experience. Please read the PDF found here.

laphamnoahyoder2.jpgAmish Farm, Ohio

In November we travel to the S.F Bay Area for a photography workshop . The timing of this works well with the wine harvest, great color in Napa Valley and  great weather in the Bay area and on the California coast. We will shoot in Napa, down along the coast and in and around San Francisco and the Marin Headlands.

lacacstmarhdlnd1.jpgMarin Headlands, just north of San Francisco, Ca.

sirockpebblebeach4.jpgPebble Beach State Park,CA

Finally My 14th annual Wyoming Big Horn Sheep Photo Safari concludes my workshop calendar for 2008. We base in Cody Wyoming and shoot the Big Horn Sheep found in the area. This is a great time to be there as the snow on the mountain tops forces the animals down to the lowlands to eat. What a great way to end the year!!!

fabhs66.jpgBig Horn Sheep, Wyoming

Again all sorts of information is on my web site. General information and registration forms are found below. If you have other questions please send me an email at

general-information.doc      reg-master.doc     assumption-of-risk.doc

Come join us!



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