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The Pacific Northwest Art School is an Art School located on beautiful Whidbey Island in Washington State. Each year we hold workshops and classes in Fiber Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, and Photography. We are well known for bringing internationally and nationally known visiting faculty members who offer 80 plus workshops a season on stunning Whidbey Island located only an hour and a half drive from Seattle.
Barcelona has always been a prime destination for editorial fashion locations, and this beautiful city is often featured as a background for the fashion spreads in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elle.
Penland School of Crafts is a national center for craft education. Located in North Carolina\\\'s Blue Ridge Mountains, Penland offers one-, two-, and eight-week total immersion, residential workshops in photography and other media such as clay, glass, metals, printmaking, textiles, and wood. Penland's photography workshops run the gamut from daguerreotypes to digital. Instructors include working professionals and faculty members from degree-granting institutions. A beautiful retreat environment, top-notch instruction, well-equipped studios, unlimited work time, and great food go together to make an unforgettable educational experience. Come to Penland and make something extraordinary.
The Image Flow provides inspiration for photographers. Whether you are picking up a digital camera for the first time, or you are an experienced photographer looking to expand your portfolio, The Image Flow is here to support you. We offer a wide variety of workshops and classes, from basic digital shooting and processing to advanced alternative process workshops, landscape photography, portrait photography, travel photography, and more.
The Ansel Adams Gallery provides intensive, hands-on workshops in traditional, digital, alternative, and hybrid processes here is Yosemite National Park.
Why should you take a workshop with me? I take you to unusual locations, not necessarily the latest and greatest “new find” but more than likely a quiet, out-of-the-way corner in a place you’ve never thought about photographing. It’s usual for me to have photographed the general area a few times before my images let me know the area has interesting workshop possibilities. I see my job as that of a mentor, helping you make your images and growing your vision, not mine. As my workshops tend to focus on an area where you have the opportunity to return to specific sites over and over again to work them for the images you want to make.
Since 1990, more than 19,000 participants and instructors have journeyed to Santa Fe Photographic Workshops to pursue their passion for photography.