I am enthralled with Iceland. It is one of the most beautiful places I've been and I feel a deep pull to continue to explore and share this place. This is a new trip customized for my photographic interests and curiosities, dedicated to a wonderful and deep photographic experience.
Fire and Ice
Come spend 10 days with us exploring the firey landscapes and icy coverings. In Iceland, the wondrous and raw volcanic landscape, geothermal features and sheer remoteness are the settings for this experience. Water and sea, weather and mountains, reflection and growth. Come spend 10 days with us on this magnificent and raw island country. The trip is designed to be a complete immersion in landscape photography and its digital evolution with the pioneer in digital landscape photography.
The Workshop Program
Individual problem solving has been a high priority in this workshop program all through its 30 year history. Classes are kept small to maximize individual attention. Plan to bring some of your work to demonstrate how you see, what you are happy with, and photographs that indicate problems you are encountering. Limited to 12 students.
Lodging and transportation in Iceland is provided. Details will be sent on enrollment. Class sessions will be mostly during the evenings. A full agenda is planned for this workshop, including dawn and dusk sessions. We will be doing a fair amount of walking near our tour car.
This digital landscape workshop explores Iceland with the new tools of digital photography, including on-site visualization, and technical evaluation. Lectures will include digital exposure, composition, visual distillation, archiving, color management and fine-art printing. We will discuss technical and aesthetic issues, tapping into your emotional response to this landscape, working toward images that are uniquely your own. The emphasis will be improving the composition and technical finesse of the participants, empowering the individual photographers to better pursue their vision, from image-making to print-making. Group critique sessions will be held most every evening, using a digital projector to display selections of the day’s work.
Classroom Along the Way
We will work in the field and on our laptops. We will interact with what has been done. We will look, ask much of our work and press on the make it as strong and sensitive as possible. We’ll employ meeting rooms along the way to hold group working and help sessions, lectures and critiques.
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