Santa Fe, NM (Vocus) July 17, 2008
In the fall of 2008, the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops presents its eigth annual series of one-week photography workshops in the historic Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende. Veteran Santa Fe Workshops instructors lead 10 workshops in personal vision, figure study, documentary story telling, travel photography, and portraiture, along with workshops exploring Mexican culture and heritage.
San Miguel is one of Mexico’s most charming colonial towns, with narrow, serpentine, cobblestone streets that wind through sixteenth- and seventeenth-century stone buildings. Rich in culture, heritage, holidays, and fiestas, San Miguel is a National Historic Landmark. It has long been a center for the arts and home to an international community of artists, writers, and sculptors. San Miguel has the feel of a small European city and its people are friendly and warm.
Creativity and photographic passion come to life during the Workshops in San Miguel de Allende. Come join renowned photographers such as Jock Sturges teaching The Portrait and the Nude, Eddie Soloway with The Essence of Place, Doug Beasley with Zen and the Art of Photography, or Ralph Lee Hopkins exploring Travel Photography in the Digital World, these are just a few of the workshops being offered this season.
For more information on workshops in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico or other workshops offered by the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, visit http://www.santafeworkshops.com, or call 505.983.1400
The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, an inspirational resource for photographers for the past 18 years, is an 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 photographers 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,or visit http://www.santafeworkshops.com.