Jack Graham Photography WorkshopsGeneral information on what you can expect out of a workshop with me is found below. Please give it a read and let me know if you are interested in coming along!

For more detailed information about specific photo workshops, including discounts & registration forms, please visit my photography workshop page.

Thank you for your interest and consideration.

If you are considering a One on One workshop information is found HERE. Registration forms are available for One on One workshop by clicking HERE. (This is the same form as my group workshops)

FAQ’s about my workshops (everything you need to know!) is found HERE

You may contact me directly for more information.   or at 503-625-1430



Conducting photography workshops now for over 20 years has taught me many things. First and foremost is that in today’s photographical world, dedicated photographers are looking for more than just your average photography workshop. Open any photography magazine and you will see numerous workshops, most quite standard Photographers are not only looking to polish their technical skills, but are looking to learn and grow their ability to see and produce images based on developing their personal vision. I strive to inspire others to develop their own style and vision. This is my passion. Having worked alongside some of the master’s such as John Shaw, Galen Rowell, Jack Dykinga, Art Wolfe, my great friend Bill Fortney and many more I observed how they went about their business and used this knowledge to formulate my own personal style and routines. My passion is to convey the same to my workshop attendees using today’s tools and trends and communicate my years of knowledge in a simple form to those who attend my workshops. I stress Simplicity, Substance and Style.

My workshops cover the entire United States as well as internationally. Recently I have joined forces with two of my best friends Bill Fortney and Guy Tal on a number of co-led workshops. We will cover the map this year from Maine to So. California. Iceland has been a destination for our workshops over the past years in both winter and summer. My home base is in the great American Pacific Northwest. I schedule my workshop locations based on time of year. For example, I do not go to Death Valley in July. I do go to the Olympic Peninsula when we have the best time for optimum conditions that produce great images in this area. Other workshop locations follow a similar pattern. I limit attendee to instructor ratio to no more than 6:1, offering personal attention you are looking for in a workshop. As required by state and national agencies, our workshops are approved before hand by the appropriate agencies and permits are obtained.

I along with my co-leaders and field assistants share some common traits. We are all dedicated to sharing our years of experience, expertise and our vision that we have developed over many years of making images. We are blessed to conduct these workshops in some of the most beautiful areas in the world. This beauty serves as a place where discovery, inspiration and personal photographic growth are nurtured. Over then many years in these locations we have developed the expertise in logistics, itineraries and local amenities to offer you a first class experience.

During out time together, we strive to encourage a pleasant workshop experience working as a group for the common goal. We encourage you to not only enjoy your photographic experience, but to meet new friends with a common passion. Over the years many ongoing friendships began on one of our workshops

To sum things up, we go to the best locations at the beat time of year. In the field we are there for you, not us. We are accessible and are very eager to share our years of expertise with you. (Our low attendee to instructor ration makes this possible!) IN our image review sessions we will provide concise, informative and honest critique and advice to help you take your photography to the next level.

As workshop attendees you’ll receive our workshop syllabus titled “After the Workshop… What Now?” This is a complete guide to everything we discuss both in the field and in the classroom…. And more!

Finally, we take our time together very seriously, but as I often say, “This is not the Marines”…. (No disrespect to the great men and women in the Marines!) ….But we are here to learn, be inspired, enjoy each other’s company, visit remarkable locations, see remarkable things and above all have fun.

My goal in every workshop is not only to have you not want to leave, but to exceed your expectations and come back. We are all on a photographic journey no matter what level you may be.

Thank you for consideration and interest in our events.

Jack Graham… May 2014


4 thoughts on “Workshops”

  1. I am interested in the Bishop,Mono lake workshop Oct.7,2010
    Is it still open? How many people go? Accommodations etc.
    Thank you,

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