Discover the Spirit of the American West - Come and Photograph Real Cowboys in New Mexico!

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The New Mexico Photography Field School is pleased to announce RANCHERS, RAMBLERS & RENEGADES, a photography workshop that explores the legendary people of New MexicoÂ?s past and present and the truly enchanted places they live in. The workshop is being offered July 6 through 12, 2003.

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Contact Cindy Lane, Workshop Manager (505)983-2934

RANCHERS, RAMBLERS & RENEGADES

Photographing Faces & Places in New Mexico

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Photography Field School is pleased to announce RANCHERS, RAMBLERS & RENEGADES, a photography workshop that explores the legendary people of New Mexico’s past and present and the truly enchanted places they live in. The workshop is being offered July 6 through 12, 2003. This hands-on workshop includes field trips to various exotic and highly photographable locations throughout the week. The workshop is being taught by well-known fine-art photographer Craig Varjabedian and New Mexico’s historian laurate, Marc Simmons.

Participants will have an outstanding opportunity to photograph working cowboys on horseback, mountain men in authentic attire, historic haciendas and working ranches, beautiful landscapes and mountain sunsets. This hands-on workshop will also explore the photographic techniques necessary to make powerful images of these varied and fascinating subjects. Motivated beginners will feel right at home with photographers of long experience, and all camera formats including digital cameras are welcome.

For 17 years now, the New Mexico Photography Field School has offered exceptional photographic workshops based on the history, character and beauty of New Mexico — truly the State of Enchantment. The School is directed by Craig Varjabedian, a fine-art photographer of the lands and peoples of the the American Southwest. His widely collected, exhibited and published photographs are known for their beauty, tonal delicacy and visual isolation of natural and human environments. Joining the workshop is Dr. Marc Simmons, New Mexico’s historian laureate and author of many books on New Mexico’s illustrious past who will share engaging annecdotes about the history and character of New Mexico’s past and present. The workshop program is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the heart of the American Southwest.

A complete brochure with workshop descriptions, instructor biographies and accommodation information is available on request. Information is also available on the World Wide Web at http://www.photofieldschool.com. For additional information, reproduction photographs or digital image files and other requests about the New Mexico Photography Field School programs, including private photography and darkroom instruction, please contact Cindy Lane, Workshop Manager, at (505) 983-2934 or e.mail at info@photofieldschool.com. This workshop is sponsored in part by the Kodak Professional Division of the Eastman Kodak Company and Photoflex, maker of lighting equipment.

The New Mexico Photography Field School

903 W. Alameda No. 115

Santa Fe, NM 87501

(505) 983-2934

web site: http://www.photofieldschool.com
e-mail: info@photofieldschool.com

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