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Workshop Photographs

We often see the photographs taken during a workshop, but we rarely see workshop participants in the process of creating these photographs. Yet, what happens during a workshop is just as exciting as the photographs we bring back from a workshop.

On this page, I assembled a collection of photographs taken during our workshops. Many of these photographs were taken by workshop participants. A few were taken by Natalie and I.

Photographing in Navajoland. We don't always do landscapes!

 

Enjoying cold fresh watermelons during our just-completed Navajoland Workshop.
Photograph by Keith Davies.




Mike Photographing in Navajoland
Photograph by Alain Briot



Michael Photographing in Joshua Tree National Park
Photograph by Alain Briot



Natalie in Antelope Canyon
Photograph by Brigitte Ge├čnitzer


Moti Hodis Photographing in Southern Utah
Photograph by Alain Briot


Venus Kondos photographing in Goblin Valley
Photograph by Alain Briot


Brian Pawlowski photographing in Death Valley
Photograph by Alain Briot



Natalie helping Roger during the Mono Lake and Eastern Sierras Workshop
Photograph by Alain Briot


Bill photographing during the Mono Lake and Eastern Sierras Workshop
Photograph by Peter Foiles


Natalie in Joshua Tree National Park



Print Review in Navajoland
Photograph by Mark Esposito



Takaki photographing during the Mono Lake and Eastern Sierras Workshop
Photograph by Peter Foiles



Daniel, Alain, Greg and Roger (from left to right) photographing during the Mono Lake and Eastern Sierras Workshop
Photograph by Peter Foiles


Natalie helping Roger photograph the Bristlecones at 11.000 feet during the Eastern Sierras Workshop
Photograph by Peter Foiles


Venus Kondos photographing in Goblin Valley
Photograph by Alain Briot


Alain photographing in Death Valley
Photograph by Patty Hankins



Alain in Monument Valley
Photograph by Ciro Rustici




Alain teaching
Photograph by Neil Gundel



Hiking in a slot Canyon
Photograph by Dave Browning



Photographing on Location
Photograph by Dave Browning



Far away from the crowds
Photograph by Dave Browning



Photographing Surise, by
Photograph by Kathy Rupp



Photographing at sunset near Page.



Our mode of transportation can take many different aspects, as required by the area we are exploring.
On the left, rafting the San Juan River during our San Juan River Rafting Workshop in 2006. On the right travelling in Monument Valley.




It's not all work. We have time set aside for breaks in the field.
Always a great opportunity for questions, exchanges and discussion.




Discussing composition in Monument Valley




Travis Terry is a regular presence at our Navajoland Workshops.
Travis has performed live for us at sunrise and sunset while we photographed.




Fall photography in Zion National Park




The grand landscape offers endless possibilities for photography.
Here Hubert (on the left) and Sherrie (on the right) take advantage of these opportunities in Monument Valley




Interesting discussions often take place in the filed. Here Alain discusses photography with Glenn.




Moderate hiking is part of some of our workshops.




Finding yourself alone in the grand landscape is an experience not to be forgotten.




It's not just about photography. It's also about being there and experiencing the beauty of the landscape




Photographing Canyon de Chelly in Navajoland.




It's also about having a good time and enjoying yourself.




Lectures, presentations and print reviews are part of each workshop. Here Alain teaches composition at Canyon de Chelly.
There is no better visual aid than the landscape itself.




Camaraderie and friendship is an important aspect of the workshops.




The locations we visit are chosen for their photographic qualities. Being there in person is an experience that has no substitute.




Holger photographing Lake Powell at Sunset.




Scott photographing in the Escalante-Grand Staircase wilderness.



It's also about admiring the landscape and taking time to relax and enjoy yourself.









Photographs on this page were taken by workshop participants and by Natalie and Alain Briot.
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