I have put together a document that outlines my workshops for 2013. Registration forms are included. 2013WORKSHOP SCHEDULE & INFORMATION.
Please remember to register before Jan 1, 2013 and receive a 10% discount ( an all workshops other than international, or workshops I conduct for other leaders) 2013 WORKSHOP DISCOUNTS v2
My photography workshops are designed for the nature and outdoor photographer, no matter what level. In 2013 I am entering my 19th year conducting workshops throughout the United States. My workshops give you, the photographer, and more time in the field to work on your photography while interacting with nature.
We don’t stop and photograph, get back into our cars and drive to another spot … then spot after spot. My itineraries are designed to take weather, light conditions and the best photographic opportunities into consideration. You can expect to be out at sunrise, unless the weather is prohibitive, then continue through sunset, taking advantage of the day’s golden hours. We usually take a rest for lunch and image review, etc., sometime around midday when the light is harsh, and recharge ourselves for the balance of the day. We also take time during our workshop for informal classroom sessions to further critique our images and discuss important photographic topics.
I take everybody’s styles, levels and expectations into account and provide my total attention and service to your needs. My goal is that by the end of our workshop you will come away knowing your photography has moved to a higher level (along with some great images!)
My groups are small, usually around 7-9 attendees. This makes quick changes in itineraries, and even more important … lots of personal attention easier. Larger workshops (13-15 attendees), such as the Eastern Sierra in October, are augmented by noteworthy workshop leaders such as Bill Fortney www.billfortney.com & Guy Tal. www.guytal.com
Without exception, I am well versed in the locations and logistics of each workshop location. I do not conduct workshops where I do not know the lay of the land, backwards and forwards. This is important in order to make the best use of our field time and get you to the right place at the right time, to insure the successful photographic opportunities each location provides.
I am a full time photographer and workshop leader. Along with many established and well known workshop leaders, every month I see names of folks new to the workshop business advertising in publications. I have been in the photographic workshop business for over 15 years. I have had attendees become close friends. I even have attendees meet each other and continue their friendship long after the workshops are over. My workshop return customer rate is about 27%. I take great pride in that.
My itineraries are very often copied (more than you would think!) I also take pride in knowing other workshops know a good thing when they see it. Some workshops offer lower prices than I do. My answer to that is quite simple – I do my homework, have vast knowledge of the areas I choose, scout these areas prior to the workshops and use top guides and assistants when necessary. I provide an exceptional value to my clients.
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