Santa Fe Photographic Workshops Winter/Spring 2007 Catalog Over 40 Workshops Slated for Seasoned and Novice Photographers

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Seasoned and novice photographers searching for inspiration and solid hands-on training need look no further. Santa Fe Workshops recently announced the Winter/Spring 2007 Workshop Schedule with a full-color 60-page catalog. The Winter/Spring season kicks off on February 11, 2007.

Seasoned and novice photographers searching for inspiration and solid hands-on training need look no further. Santa Fe Workshops recently announced the Winter/Spring 2007 Workshop Schedule with a full-color 60-page catalog. The Winter/Spring season kicks off on February 11, 2007.

Darcy S. Schwerin, Marketing Director for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Santa Fe, New Mexico, said that 24 on-site traditional workshops take place in Santa Fe along with 17 on-site digital workshops in the state-of-the-art digital facility, and 7 “On-the-Road” workshops offered around the world.

“The Workshops continue to be the place to learn the craft of photography, to explore one’s passion for the art, and to network with a creative community of peers,” said Schwerin.

Schwerin said the on-site workshops in Santa Fe, are led by well-known and distinguished instructors including Jay Maisel, Norman Jean Roy, Antonin Kratochvil, Platon, Greg Gorman, Joyce Tenneson, Joel Sartore, Matt Kloskowski, Eliot Cohen, George DeWolfe, and many others.

“Using top-of-the-line equipment by Bogen, Calumet, Adobe, Apple, and multiple other Educational Partners, participants stretch their skills and master new techniques as they immerse themselves in a wide range of topics including “Portraits: Beneath the Surface;” “Expressive Digital Landscape in Black and White;” and “Publishing the Photographic Book,” to name a few of the inspirational workshops this winter season,” Schwerin said.

In addition to on-site and on-the-road workshops, Santa Fe Workshops offers the popular “A Digital SLR Workflow Intensive: Two-and-a-Half Days of Information and Inspiration” for the third time. This digital workflow course provides a wealth of information, inspiration, and the taste of a weeklong workshop experience in a two-and-a-half day program.

To request the 2007 Winter/Spring catalog or to find out more about workshops and scholarship opportunities, visit http://www.santafeworkshops.com, call 505.983.1400, or email info@santafeworkshops.com.

The Santa Fe Workshops, an inspirational resource for imagemakers for the past 17 years, is a educational center covering a wide range of topics in digital, color, and black–and–white photography as well as year–round digital programs. Each season, imagemakers of every kind travel to Santa Fe to engage their imaginations and rekindle their passion for photography. To find out more, call (505) 983.1400, log onto http://www.santafeworkshops.com.

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