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90 miles and 50 years. That's what has divided the United States and the island of Cuba—until now. True to our values as an inspirational resource for photographers, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops is building bridges between these two nations and their people via our cultural exchange programs.
http://www.adorama.com Adorama Photography TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe takes us on a location shoot in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Join Joe as he deconstructs his lighting setup and relays some strategies on how to deal with bright sunlight when shooting an outdoor portrait, and also shows how using a loupe aids in seeing your LCD display. Related Products Hoodman Compact HoodLoupe Optical Viewfinder for 3.2" LCD Displays http://www.adorama.com/HNCH32.html?refby=video Elinchrom Octa Light Bank 74" http://www.adorama.com/EL26158.html?refby=video Elinchrom Strip Light Bank 13x68" http://www.adorama.com/EL26160.html?refby=video Nikon 85mm f/1.4G IF AF-S Nikkor Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK8514AFGU.html?refby=video If you have questions, share them wit...
Keith Carter is one of the most renowned fine-art/editorial photographers working today. An internationally respected educator and workshop leader, Keith is the recipient of the Texas Medal of Arts and holds the endowed Walles Chair of Art at Lamar University. He has published 13 books of his expressive images and his photographs are in the permanent collections of the George Eastman House, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This is Keith’s 21st year teaching for The Workshops. His website is keithcarterphotographs.com.
Sam Abell is a gifted and insightful teacher, an expressive artist, and a sensitive photographer who learned photography from his father, Thad Abell. Sam worked for National Geographic as a contract and staff photographer, and also as a Photographer in Residence. In 1990, his work was the subject of a one-person exhibition at the International Center of Photography in New York. Since then he has published three collections of his work: Seeing Gardens, Sam Abell: The Photographic Life, and The Life of a Photograph. In addition, Sam maintains a career as a writer, teacher, and lecturer on photography. This is his 24th year teaching at the Workshops. His website address is samabell-thephotographiclife.com.
Boy says prayer and Pledge of Allegiance before school SANTA FE, Texas - The parents of a Santa Fe boy are feeling pretty proud of their son tonight. A mother posted a message on Facebook saying she dropped her son off at school a little late last week. As he walked in, he could hear them already saying The Pledge of Allegiance over the speakers. So what did Royce do? He stopped right where he was and said the pledge, and a prayer. His mom took a picture and posted it online. Royce's mom says the picture of her son has received over two millions views on Facebook.
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Join Shary Bartlett for her two hands-on Photo to Fine Art workshops Sat Oct 1, 2016 in Santa Fe, NM! Hand-Altering Photographs Encaustic Photography - Introduction to Encaustic Techniques You will love these amazing classes exploring Shary's unique photo alteration and encaustic techniques at the largest art materials and instructional expo in the world - Artisans Expo. https://expoartisan.com/shary-bartlett/. Classes are already filling up, so don’t miss out!
Joe McNally is a 25-year contributor to National Geographic and a former staff photographer at LIFE. Working in 54 countries and all 50 states, he has photographed cover stories for virtually every significant magazine of our times. One of his best-known series of photographs is the Giant Polaroid Collection, known as “Faces of Ground Zero,” shot immediately after 9/11. He also photographed the first all-digital story in the history of National Geographic. This is Joe’s 11th year teaching at the Workshops. His web site is joemcnally.com; his blog is joemcnally.com/blog.