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03/08/2009 10:11:22 AM · #1
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01/17/2009 07:29:35 PM · #2
FREE Photo Workshop @ Joshua Tree, CA

Details:

Joshua Tree Gettogether / Workshop

February 6, 7 and 8

This will be the 8th Get together @ Joshua Tree.

This time people from Washington DC, St.Louis MO, Salt Lake City UT, San Francisco CA and from all around Southern California.

Here is information about schedule, activities, what to bring, what to expect and a few notes about safety:

Place : Second to the last loop in Jumbo Rocks Campground, Joshua Tree NP

Friday February 6:
Arrive in Campground at 1PM. Secure a campsite. For those who do not wish to camp but prefer a warm, soft bed there are motels in 29 Palms about 20 minutes from the campground.
To my knowledge two cars per campsite, fees are deposited at the entry to the campground, after you find your site.

Friday afternoon: Scouting, shooting, setting up camp
Dinner at campsite after sunset, PLEASE BRING FIREWOOD - ILLEGAL TO COLLECT FIREWOOD IN JOSHUA TREE!

Saturday February 7:
9AM Bring your tripods and cameras. Set them up - we need to take a group photo at this time!
We have done this before. However it is a valuable experience for those who participate the first time. It offers the opportunity to see and feel various cameras and hear pros and cons from owners.

10AM General topics. Introduction and background of everyone.
Outline of Future goals.

11:30 Demonstration of pre-exposure. Joshua Tree NP has generally very contrast light during daytime. Using pre-exposure you will see how this contrast can be tamed.

12:30 Special challenges in Joshua Tree.
How to capture emotional content instead of photographing rocks, and rocks, and rocks.... and more rocks.

1:30 Quick lunch

2:30
Demonstration of view camera technique

3:15 - rest of afternoon.
Analyzing forms and creating compositions that match content.
Using Fujiroid material and sketch pads.

5:00 to after sunset shooting

After Sunset: Potluck dinner around campfire
PLEASE BRING CAMPING CHAIR AND WARM CLOTHING!

Sunday February 8:
1/2 hour beforee sunrise to 8:30

Shooting if weather permits.
9:00 Looking at prints PLEASE BRING AT LEAST 2 PRINTS, PREFERABLY MOUNTED AND MATTED.

11:00 AM
Questions and answers (hopefully).

12:00
More photography in the park - or departure.

Please note that it is completely voluntary to participate in any meeting, talk, lunch, dinner, print discussions, etc...

Also, be aware that this is a FREE event that is intended as a gettogether, with the main purpose of learning from one another, establishing or re-kindling friendships, and having a great time.

Joshua Tree is a National Park and if we ran this as a dedicated workshop it would require permits and fees.

Everyone is on his or her own, and everyone who wish to come can participate.

Be aware that Joshua Tree is a wild area. Do not feed wild life. There are coyotes, squirrels, bighorn sheep and mountain lions in the park. As well as rattlesnakes during the warmer months.

Do not go shooting alone.

Cell phones only have sporadic coverage in the park.

Be sure to fill your gas tank before entering the park.

Bring food and water.

Bring a hat and sunscreen! The sun can be brutal!

12/24/2008 10:48:44 AM · #3
Horizon
12/24/2008 10:47:00 AM · #4
Photoshop Workshop 1; On line
09/14/2008 10:58:16 PM · #5
Eddie Adams Workshop;

Workshop History
The Eddie Adams Workshop is an intense four-day gathering of the top professionals in photojournalism, along with 100 carefully selected students. The Workshop's purpose is to create a forum in which an exchange of ideas, techniques, and philosophies can be shared between both established members and newcomers of the profession of picture journalism. The Workshop is tuition-free, and the 100 students are chosen based on the merit of their portfolios. 2008 will mark the 21st year of the Eddie Adams Workshop.

The Workshop Board of Directors reviews students' portfolios and recommendations. The top 100 chosen students will be divided into 10 teams of 10. A photographer, an editor and a researcher, all professionals within the profession of picture journalism, will lead each team. The four days are divided between shooting, editing, speeches and panel discussions. Students will have the opportunity for one-on-one time with editors to discuss their portfolios at what is known as the 11:30 Club. Barnstorm is 100% digital, giving students and faculty access to a variety of the best professional equipment available, including Nikon digital SLR's and the latest Apple computers. During the Workshop, the students have constant interaction with the biggest and brightest minds in photography today- nowhere else will you find 150 top-notch faculty members for 100 students!
08/16/2008 05:58:34 PM · #6
1ProPhoto.com New York Workshop
03/27/2008 11:01:30 AM · #7

VII New York Seminar in DUMBO May 16th-18th
The VII Seminar Series is coming back to New York!

Our newest seminar will be on May 16th-18th in DUMBO in Klitgord Auditorium of New York City Technical College in DUMBO (285 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201).

This expanded 3 day seminar will include the following:

-Keynote speakers

-VII Photographer presentations of their latest work (including newest members, Marcus Bleasdale & Franco Pagetti)

-VII NETWORK Photographer presentations

-Special Guest Presentation

-Panel discussions on “Photojournalism within the context of Contemporary Photography”

-Breaking product news by our sponsors (including Canon USA)

-Book signings by VII Photographers and Special Guests

-Exclusive VII Seminar evening events in the new VII DUMBO space on 28 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201.

General Admission – $50

PORTFOLIO REVIEWS (includes reviews by two VII Photographers) – $200

Vii photo web site
03/16/2008 10:52:26 AM · #8
Peter Read Millers Sports Photography Workshop: Denver, CO
03/14/2008 03:17:54 PM · #9
LOOK3 Workshops June 7-12, 2008 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Instructors David Alan Harvey, Eugene Richards, William Albert Allard, and Lynn Johnson will each teach intense 5-day shooting workshops as part of the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph.

//www.look3.org/2008/workshops.html

June 12&13, photographer Maggie Steber and MaryAnne Golon, director of Photography at Time Magazine, will co-lead day-long Project Critique Sessions for photographers who have a major body of work ready to take to the next level.

Full details on all events of the 2008 LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph at //www.look3.org
03/11/2008 09:30:35 PM · #10
International Center of Photography; New York
03/09/2008 02:02:49 PM · #11
BlackBoardArts.com; Stare Photography on line workshop

Message edited by author 2008-03-09 14:03:29.
03/09/2008 01:56:55 PM · #12
Joe Englanders Photo Workshop Calender of Events for 2008
03/09/2008 01:55:34 PM · #13
Great American Workshops Calender Of Events for 2008
03/09/2008 01:51:44 PM · #14
Focal Point; Vancouver, BC, Canada
03/09/2008 01:48:14 PM · #15
Lectures and Workshops

Based in Tucson, AZ, Mary Virginia Swanson offers several workshops including subjects...

“PLACING YOUR PERSONAL WORK IN TODAY’S MARKETPLACE”

“TARGET YOUR MARKET: GETTING RETURNS FOR YOUR EFFORTS"

“CAREER OPTIONS IN PHOTOGRAPHY:
A PRE-PROFESSIONAL SURVEY”

“PRESENTING YOUR WORK TO THE FINE ART COMMUNITY”

“CONSIDERING A CAREER WITH YOUR CAMERA”

"ANSEL ADAMS: ADVOCATE FOR AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY"


03/09/2008 01:25:37 PM · #16
Mexico City Photo-Journalism Workshop

The initial website is up for the Emerging Photojournalists Workshop in Mexico City in June of 2008.

Aimed at students and Latin American shooters; all are welcome ! Spanish translations, more instructors & sponsors coming soon…

//www.foundryphotoworkshop.org

Message edited by author 2008-03-09 13:26:03.
03/09/2008 01:23:14 PM · #17
The Raw File Workshop: 6 Days on Independent Media Production, Social Justice, and Activism

//www.therawfile.org

Join Brenda Ann Kenneally and guest documentarians as well as prominent forces who work in multimedia production, social justice & activism, media ecology and visual anthropology for seminars covering funding, collaboration, multimedia production, publishing, and distribution of independent social documentary projects.

The workshop will be limited to 15 full-time participants.
Contact Denise Ofelia Mangen at denise@visualmeans.org for details regarding single day attendance.

Participants are responsible for meals, travel and lodging, though recommendations will be provided. We welcome applicants from any medium – photography, video, radio, word…

Applicants must have a long-term social documentary project near completion or in process. Participant projects will be considered for publication at The Raw File.

Workshop fee: $2000.

Participant inquiries:
denise@visualmeans.org
03/09/2008 01:13:14 PM · #18
VII New York Seminar in DUMBO May 16th-18th
The VII Seminar Series is coming back to New York!

Our newest seminar will be on May 16th-18th in DUMBO in Klitgord Auditorium of New York City Technical College in DUMBO (285 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201).

This expanded 3 day seminar will include the following:

-Keynote speakers

-VII Photographer presentations of their latest work (including newest members, Marcus Bleasdale & Franco Pagetti)

-VII NETWORK Photographer presentations

-Special Guest Presentation

-Panel discussions on “Photojournalism within the context of Contemporary Photography”

-Breaking product news by our sponsors (including Canon USA)

-Book signings by VII Photographers and Special Guests

-Exclusive VII Seminar evening events in the new VII DUMBO space on 28 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201.

General Admission – $50

PORTFOLIO REVIEWS (includes reviews by two VII Photographers) – $200

More info here
03/06/2008 01:18:07 PM · #19
Thread on Long Beach Workshop for lighting.
02/19/2008 11:07:24 PM · #20
Ed Kashi Workshop with Fotovision

Dates: March 1st and 2nd

Location: San Francisco, CA

The digital age is giving documentary photographers extraordinary new ways to create and organize our photographic projects.

This two day workshop will show how to use the new digital workflow to extend the ability of the visual storyteller.

To sign up or get more info: fotovision.org
01/28/2008 04:07:25 PM · #21
Magnum workshops & lecture series in Oslo, Norway, March 4th-8th

This will be quite an event – seven Magnum photographers will each hold a limited enrollment, five-day shooting workshop.

In conjunction, there will be a nightly lecture series at Litteraturhuset, a major arts and culture center in downtown Oslo, plus other evening networking events and portfolio review sessions.

All seven workshop leaders will show and discuss their own work, and will be joined by several other Magnum photographers and other special guests from within the industry.

The workshop will culminate in a large-scale group exhibition to be shown alongside the evening programs, and a Magnum in Motion production featured on the Magnum website.

Workshop leaders in Oslo are: Paolo Pellegrin, Alex Majoli, Jonas Bendiksen, David Alan Harvey, Chris Anderson, Alessandra Sanguinetti, and Alex Webb.

We are looking for professional and dedicated amateur photographers who are interested in pushing their personal photographic boundaries.

Please link below for more information.

//agency.magnumphotos.com/about/osloworkshop.aspx
01/24/2008 09:29:37 AM · #22
Radiant Vista Workshops

Fantastic instructors, great locations. Small groups. The Next Step workshop is something special.

Message edited by author 2008-01-24 09:30:08.
01/24/2008 09:29:03 AM · #23
rocky mountain school of photography

Great instructors, interesting locations around the world.
01/24/2008 07:51:40 AM · #24
I’m very happy to announce the inaugural event of Magnum Education, taking place in Oslo, Norway March 4th-8th. This will be quite an event – seven Magnum photographers will each hold a limited enrollment, five-day shooting workshop. In conjunction, there will be a nightly lecture series at Litteraturhuset, a major arts and culture center in downtown Oslo, plus other evening networking events and portfolio review sessions. All seven workshop leaders will show and discuss their own work, and will be joined by several other Magnum photographers and other special guests from within the industry. The workshop will culminate in a large-scale group exhibition to be shown alongside the evening programs, and a Magnum in Motion production featured on the Magnum website.

Workshop leaders in Oslo are: Paolo Pellegrin, Alex Majoli, Jonas Bendiksen, David Alan Harvey, Chris Anderson, Alessandra Sanguinetti, and Alex Webb.

We are looking for professional and dedicated amateur photographers who are interested in pushing their personal photographic boundaries. Please link below for more information.

//agency.magnumphotos.com/about/osloworkshop.aspx


12/29/2007 09:23:07 PM · #25
London, England
Seminar:
Cultivate - Essential Growth For Photography Graduates
Date:
9th, 16th Feb & 1st March 2008
Venue:
London College of Communication
Email:
info@rhubarb-rhubarb.net

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