2016 Fine art summit: Antelope Canyon, Schewe, Briot

Antelope Canyon Fine Art Photography Summit

November 4th to 7th, 2016 in Page, Arizona,
Field workshops: November 8th to 10th

Organized by Alain and Natalie Briot
With Jeff Schewe, 2016 Guest Instructor

Only 4 seats left

This is the 14th Annual Fine Art Photography Summit

The Summit is followed by a three-day Photographic Vision Field Workshop
to Navajoland including Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly and other extremely photogenic locations.

Details of the Photographic Vision Field Workshop are below

Antelope Canyon Light Shafts
We will photograph this location during the Summit
Alain Briot 

Announcing an exciting, photographic-instruction oriented field workshop with professional photographer and instructors Alain Briot and Jeff Schewe. This event covers both the technical and artistic aspects of photography. The emphasis is using technical excellence to develop a personal photographic style. The goal is to help you learn how to create photographs that are uniquely yours.

During this feature packed, one of a kind event we will not only take you to some of the most photogenic locations in the world but also teach you how to best process and optimize your photographs to create fine art photographs that you will be proud to display. You will have the opportunity to study and work 1 on 1 with Alain Briot and Jeff Schewe. And, you will return from this workshop with photographs that you will be proud to display and share.

The 2011 Fine Art Photography Summit was a blast! Got some great images, learned a lot and made some new friends. Alain Briot, Natalie Briot, Tony Sweet, Susan Milestone and Mark Nelson put up an excellent program. Mark Nelson, the guest speaker, gave us a glimpse of alternative printing processes and convinced me that Pt/Pd printing is in my future. We even had a cameo appearance by Jeff Schewe during the print review!

Sounds like next year’s summit will be in Page, and the slate of speakers will be equally impressive to this year… time to start planning for it!

Stefano Lassini,
2011 and 2012 Summit Participant

 

Alain Briot

Originally from France, Alain has been photographing the American Southwest since 1983. Alain and his wife Natalie have lived in the Southwest for over 20 years. Their intimate knowledge of this beautiful area inspires them to photograph and to share their knowledge with others. Currently, Alain works with Phase One P45 digital back mounted on a Hasselblad Camera. His work is influenced by his training as an Artist at the Academie des Beaux Arts in Paris.

In addition to creating Fine Art Photographs, Alain is a columnist for Luminous Landscape.com (Michael Reichmann) and several other web sites. His essays on photography are published and read worldwide. Alain also publishes the Mastery Workshop on DVD series, which are available on this site. Finally, Alain is the author of three best-selling books: Mastering Landscape Photography, Mastering Photographic Composition, Creativity and Personal Style, and Marketing Fine Art Photography. Alain’s DVDs and books are available on this site.

2016 Summit Presentations:
Alain will be giving the following presentations during the Summit:

1 – Photographing Antelope Canyon and the other world class locations near Page
The Summit starts with a presentation by Alain about how to photograph Antelope Canyon and the other exciting locations found near Page, Arizona. Using a selection of his personal work together with maps of the Page area, Alain will show you where to find the finest locations, tell you the best time to be there, explain which lenses to use and much more.

2 – Foundational image processing
During this presentation Alain explains the most important aspects of image conversion, processing and optimization by teaching you the workflow he uses in his personal work. At the end of this presentation you will have a clear understanding of how to convert, process and optimize your images. You will also be able to use the same workflow that Alain uses to create his trademark images known for their unique color palette, soft contrast and other characteristics specific to Alain’s Personal Style.

3 – Using Composition to develop a personal style
During the 2015 Summit in Death Valley, California, Alain gave two presentations on how to express your personal Vision through artistic composition. This year, during the 2016 Summit in Page, Arizona, Alain will build upon these presentations by offering a session focused on how to use composition to develop your personal style.

Acquiring a Personal style has become more important than ever because today everyone is a ‘photographer’. In this situation, how do you stand out from the crowd? How do you make your work different and more attention grabbing than the multitude of photographs we see everyday? The answer is by developing your own personal style so that your work is different and unique to you. Teaching you how to do this is the goal of Alain’s presentation

4 – Working on projects and mini-projects
The most efficient manner of developing your personal style is to work on projects instead of on single images. A project consists of a series of images about a specific theme, subject, idea or concept. In this presentation Alain will go over why projects are important, how to design, work and complete your projects in a timely manner. Of particular interest is the fact that Alain will explain what is the difference between a large project and a mini-project.

You will also have the opportunity to design and complete one or several mini-projects during the Summit..

5 – Participant Photographs Review
On the last day of the Summit, Alain and Jeff will review the photographs created by Summit Participants. Alain and Jeff will explain what works in each photograph and offer suggestions to improve them. Alain and Jeff will also use Lightroom and Photoshop live to demonstrate which techniques can be used to improve each photograph.

Personal Work
You can see a collection of photographs by Alain in his Online Portfolios. Alain will also have a collection of his Fine Art Prints for you to see at the Summit.



© Martin Evening 2008

Jeff Schewe

Artist Statement:
I turned to photography because I was a frustrated painter. With photography there is an ability to create an image with spontaneity and freshness that painting does not allow. Over the years, I’ve still kept my love of light and design originally nurtured with painting. It is with a painterly sensitivity that I now approach my vision and perspective in photography.

I like to shoot any subject as long as I can bring with it a unique viewpoint. Though my first exposure to photography was in the traditional darkroom, I now work by using a computer to digitally manipulate my images. The allure of total power and control over my images that digital imaging allows is so seductive that I now no long even maintain a darkroom. However, though my images are manipulated, I strive to work in a totally photo-realistic manner.

Biography:
Jeff Schewe has been an award-winning Advertising Photographer in Chicago for over 25 years. He is accomplished in tabletop, location, portraiture and particularly accomplished in computer imaging. 

Jeff shoots a variety of subject matter and likes to control as much of the production as possible. He does this by making his own models, designing and building his own sets, painting backgrounds and employing computer imaging. He has been doing his own imaging for over 15 years in-house on his high-end Macintosh systems.

Jeff Schewe is a Photoshop Guru’s Guru. He’s on the inside of the development and testing of Photoshop and has helped guide and direct many features since Photoshop 4.0. Short of some of the Photoshop engineers, there’s probably not many people who knows Photoshop like Jeff.

As an indication of his skills and knowledge of fine art printing, he has been named an Epson Stylus Pro. He is a past Apple Master of the Medium and has been inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame. He speaks regularly at Photoshop World.

He is the coauthor of Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop and Real World Image Sharpening with Adobe Photoshop, Camera Raw, and Lightroom (along with the late Bruce Fraser) and is also co-authoring a book with Martin Evening titled Photoshop For Photographers: The Ultimate Workshop.

You can read Jeff’s complete biography and Artist Statement at this link

2015 Summit Presentations:
Jeff will be giving the following presentations during the 2015 Summit :

1 – Personal Work Presentation
In this first presentation on Friday evening Jeff will show a selection of his personal work and talk about the why and how these images were created. This is a fantastic opportunity to discover Jeff’s work, including original prints, and to find out what motivates his creativity.

2 – Lightroom and Photoshop (using the latest versions)
Jeff, who is a world-class expert in both Lightroom and Photoshop, will demonstrate the most useful and important new features of both the latest versions of Lightroom and Photoshop. This is your opportunity to get ahead of everyone else by learning this software with the top expert in the field and putting it to use immediately on your own images. This presentation will expand on Jeff’s best-selling book: The Digital Negative. Additionally, if you bring your copy of the book Jeff will sign it for you. In this presentation Jeff will also show us a selection of his favorite tips and techniques. Be ready to learn something unique!

3 – Preparing photographs for output
Preparing photographs for output, either for print or screen display, is a critical aspect of creating a fine art image. Are you preparing your image files properly so as to maximize the quality of your output? In this presentation Jeff will teach you how to prepare your images professionally for a variety of output types so that your photographs look their very best on print or on screen.

4 – Printing from Lightroom and Photoshop
What looks good on-screen does not automatically look good on print. In this presentation Jeff will teach you how to get the best possible print from your digital files, printing from Lightroom and from Photoshop. We are working on getting a printer to print your images with so you can see first hand the differences between screen images and printed photographs. We will also look at different papers to see how the same photograph looks like on different substrates. Finally we will have a selection of fine art prints on display, from both Alain and Jeff, for you to study directly.

5 – Participant Photographs Review
On the last day of the Summit, Alain and Jeff will review the photographs created by Summit Participants. Alain and Jeff will explain what works in each photograph and offer suggestions to improve them. Alain and Jeff will also use Lightroom and Photoshop live to demonstrate which techniques can be used to improve each photograph.

Personal Work
You can see a selection of Jeff’s personal work in this Portfolio as well as on his Website.


Jeff Schewe teaching during the 2015 Fine Art Summit in Death Valley, California
Summit Schedule

The Summit takes place November 4th to 7th, 2016 in Page, Arizona. The schedule for the Summit was designed by Alain and Natalie Briot with three goals in mind: convenient travel arrangements, exciting photographic opportunities ands a convenient place to conduct quality tutorials on image processing and fine art printing. Below is the 2016 Summit schedule:

Friday, November 4th, 2016
Registration, opening remarks and Keynote address

Registration
We will meet you in Page, Arizona, on Friday afternoon, around 4pm, at the Page Courtyard Marriott which is the Summit hotel. The exact meeting time will be emailed to you approximately two weeks before the Summit.

Opening remarks, Keynote Address and Page Locations Presentation
After registration is completed, the Summit will start with opening remarks and keynote address by Alain Briot, Natalie Briot and Jeff Schewe.

After the Keynote Address, Alain and Jeff will present a selection of photographs from a variety of locations in the Page area including Antelope Canyon, other slot canyons, Horseshoe bend, and other little known but extremely photogenic locations all within a short driving distance from Page. Alain and Jeff will explain when, where and how these photographs were created. The goal of this presentation is to help you become familiar with the different locations that we will be photographing. After this presentation you will have a very good idea about where you can photograph around Page and what time of day is best for each location.

Lake Powell
Jeff Schewe

Saturday, November 5th, 2016
Field photography & tutorial sessions

Sunrise: field photography session
You will begin your day with a photography shoot. You will have the choice of photographing Page from different locations. We will discuss which are the best locations for sunrise during the presentation on Friday evening.

Morning : tutorials by Alain and Jeff (see the list of tutorials in the biography section above)
After breakfast we will meet in the conference room at the Page Marriott for a morning of tutorials taught by Alain and Jeff.

Midday: Field photography session in Antelope Canyon
The best time to photograph Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon is at mid-day, so we will stop the tutorials at mid morning to go photograph these unique locations at the best possible time. Antelope Canyon is narrow, so to avoid crowding the slot canyon we will split the group in two so that half of the group photographs Upper Antelope and the other half photographs Lower Antelope. We will then rotate the group so that everyone can photograph both lower and upper Antelope.

Afternoon: Tutorial Sessions resume
The tutorial sessions will resume at mid-afternoon and will continue until 5 pm. You will then have the opportunity to photograph Sunset near Page. Again, we will discuss which locations are best ahead of time and give you detailed directions and other information for photographing these locations.

Evening: One on one sessions with Alain and Jeff
The conference room will be open in the evening for a supervised image processing session during which you will have the opportunity to work on your own images one on one with Alain and Jeff. This is a unique opportunity to get personalized help from two experts in image processing.

Light Shaft in Key Hole Arch, Lower Antelope Canyon by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Summit

Sunday, November 6th, 2016
Field photography & tutorial sessions

Sunrise: field photography session
On Saturday you will have another opportunity to photograph Sunrise at a selection of locations near Page, Arizona.

Morning: tutorials by Alain and Jeff and (see the list of tutorials in the biography section above)
After breakfast we will meet in the conference room at the Page Marriott for a morning of tutorials taught by Alain and Jeff.

Midday: Field photography session in Antelope Canyon
Just like for Saturday, we will stop the tutorials at mid morning to go photograph Antelope Canyon at the best possible time. Because Antelope Canyon is narrow, we will again split the group in two to avoid crowding the canyon. We will also rotate the groups so that everyone can photograph both lower and upper Antelope.

Afternoon: Tutorial Sessions resume
The tutorial sessions will resume at mid-afternoon and will continue until 5 pm. You will then have the opportunity to photograph Sunset near page. Again, we will discuss which locations are best ahead of time and give you detailed directions and other information for photographing these locations.

Evening: One on one sessions with Alain and Jeff
The conference room will be open in the evening for a supervised image processing session during which you will have the opportunity to work on your own images one on one with Alain and Jeff. This is a unique opportunity to get personalized help from two experts in image processing.

I want to thank Alain, Jeff and Natalie for offering a tremendous 2012 summit !

Thommy Andersen, Sweden

Horseshoe Bend by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Summit

Monday, November 7th, 2016
Field photography, tutorial sessions & Fine Art Photography review

Sunrise: field photography session
Again, you will have the opportunity to photograph Sunrise in the Page area at some of the unique locations found there.

Morning: tutorials by Alain and Jeff and (see the list of tutorials in the biography section above)
After breakfast we will meet in the conference room at the Page Marriott for a third day of tutorials taught by Alain and Jeff. We will discuss what to look for in a Fine Art Print, which qualities are important, and how you can develop the ability to create your own fine art prints.

Afternoon: group photographs review
After lunch, we will reconvene in the conference room where we will spend the afternoon reviewing the photographs you created during the Summit. Each participant will present his or her work to the class. Participants and instructors will have the opportunity to offer critiques, compliments, comments and suggestions. This review is a fantastic opportunity to receive feedback on your work. It will be by choice only. You are free to decide to participate or not.

Final Closing remarks
Alain, Natalie and Jeff will offer closing remarks after the photo review.

Antelope Canyon Light Dance by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Summit


Photographic Vision Field Workshop
November 8, 9 and 10

Immediately after the Summit, Alain and Natalie Briot offer a three-day Photographic Vision Field Workshop to Navajoland.

The Photographic Vision Field Workshop is designed to expand and build upon the concepts taught during the Summit by exploring the concepts of Vision, Creativity and Personal Style on Tuesday and then getting started designing and working on a personal project on Wednesday and Thursday.

This Photographic Vision Field workshop is also designed to provide you with a unique opportunity to visit and photograph several of the most beautiful landscapes in one of the most photogenic locations of the American Southwest, Navajoland, including Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly and much more. These are incredibly photogenic locations that you will be exploring under the guidance of Natalie and Alain Briot who have lived and photographed in the US Southwest for over 20 years and in Navajoland for 7 years.  You will acquire new photographic skills by conducting Photographic Skill Enhancement Exercises under the guidance of Natalie and Alain.

We will depart from Page on Tuesday morning for this extended workshop experience.  Below is the schedule and teaching details of this exciting Photographic Vision Field Workshop. Note that you can attend this field workshop for one or two days only or for all three days, depending on your schedule.

Photographic Instruction:
– How to develop and refine your vision and your personal style

Information about travel arrangements for the Vision Field Workshops will be emailed to you when you register.

 

Horseshoe Bend
Jeff Schewe

I enjoyed the Summit and Field workshop very much and got a lot out of both.  Every aspect was well planned, well organized and the instructors of the highest caliber.  I look forward to future summits and the possibility of one on one instruction.

Thanks and stay well,

Glenn Gilchrist
2008 Summit Participant

 

Sandstone Waves by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Summit

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Travel:
We will meet you in Monument Valley, then travel with you in Monument Valley with stops along the way for photography. Afternoon and sunset shoot will be at Monument Valley. All the information about travel arrangements for the Field Vision Workshops will be given to you at the Summit

Presentations and discussions on Vision and Personal Style will take place throughout the day including at lunch and dinner time. We will stay in Monument Valley that evening.

Monument Valley by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Field Workshop


Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Travel:
On Wednesday we will photograph Monument Valley at Sunrise. After Breakfast we will travel from Monument Valley to Canyon de Chelly with stops along the way for photography.  Mid day, afternoon and sunset shoots will be at several choice locations in Canyon de Chelly.

Presentations and discussions on Vision and Designing a Personal Project will take place throughout the day including at lunch and dinner time.  We will stay in Chinle, the town at the mouth of Canyon de Chelly, that evening.

Photographic Instruction:
– How to refine your vision and personal style
– How to design and start a personal photography project

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Travel:
On Thursday, we will photograph Canyon de Chelly at Sunrise. After breakfast we will depart from Canyon de Chelly and travel through Navajoland. We will photograph throughout the day at little known locations discovered by Natalie and Alain during the 7 years we spent living in Navajoland. These locations are away from the touristic routes and rarely photographed. Sunset will be at a location near Tuba City. The remoteness of this area means it is still relatively little known and photographed, a huge bonus when it comes to creating new images and working on your personal style. You are guaranteed to return with images that few people have!

If you like little known locations and places where you don’t see other photographers, then Thursday will be one of the highlights of this trip for you. The remoteness of this area means it is a visual paradise that is still little known and photographed. You are guaranteed to return with images that few people have taken!

The Vision Field Workshop ends after Sunset. You can stay in Tuba City, Arizona, that evening or start driving back to your destination after sunset. Flagstaff, Arizona is less than an hour South of Tuba City and Phoenix is another two hours from Flagstaff.

Photographic Instruction:
– How to design and start a personal photography project

Canyon de Chelly by Alain Briot
We will photograph this location during the Field Workshop

Additional Information

About Photographic Instruction
The instruction during the Summit and the Vision Field Workshops will consist of tutorials, presentations, question-answer sessions and photographic skills exercises. You will receive a class syllabus, a detailed itinerary, a list of field exercises, plus several other handouts covering the subjects that we will study at the start of the Summit and at the start of the Vision Field Workshops.

During the Summit, all photographic instruction will be done at the Summit Hotel, in the conference room. We will cover how to photograph the Page area during the Summit, we will go over the specific challenges offered by each location, and will teach you how to overcome these challenges so you create professional photographs. You will then have the opportunity to visit these locations on your own, and you will have the freedom to select the location(s) of your choice. Once back at the Summit Hotel we will help you convert, optimize and print your photographs. The last day of the Summit we will review your work. The photographic review, which is optional, is always one of the highlights of this unique event.

Alain and Jeff will also be photographing during the Summit so you may find yourself photographing with them depending on your choice of locations. Of course you will be photographing with Alain if you attend the Vision Field workshops.

Don’t let this unique opportunity pass you by!
Seats in this unique workshop are in high demand. To be fair reservations are taken on a first come first served basis.

If you have been thinking about building up your portfolio, if you have been thinking about becoming more serious about your photography, if you want to photograph some of the most beautiful photographic locations while receiving photographic instruction, if you want to learn how to best convert your photographs RAW, prepare them in Photoshop and other programs and create Fine Art Prints don’t hesitate another second: sign up now. This event is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity!

Location:
We will meet you in Page, Arizona at the Page Marriott  A special room rate is available to participants. All location shoots during the Summit will be in the Page, Arizona, area and in Navajoland. All tutorial and review sessions will be conducted at the Page Marriott

Number of participants:
The number of participants for the 2016 Summit is strictly limited  to 50.  This limit is set to ensure a low participant to instructor ratio as well as a pleasant experience.  Keep in mind that the Summit is a seminar-style event, and not a field workshop. Field Photography during the Summit is on your own. The Vision Field Workshops after the summit, which are limited to fewer participants, are guided by Alain and Natalie Briot.

What you will need
– A digital camera or a film camera and a digital camera. Photographers using any format cameras, from 35mm to medium format, 4×5 and other are welcome. If you only shoot film, you can bring scans of your photographs to work on during the Summit.
– A laptop with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop plus any other imaging software you currently use.
– A USB Flash drive to transfer files for the Fine Art Photography Review
– A vehicle as you are responsible for your own transportation to Page and to the locations we will be photographing.

Cost and Contact information
Summit alone: $995 only during our “Early Bird” special offer. $1395 regular price. You save $400!
Photographic Vision Field Workshops alone: $1295
Summit + 3 days Field Workshops:$1990 only. $2690 regular price. You save $700!

Round Rock, Navajoland – We will photograph this location during the Summit Field Workshop
Alain Briot
How to Register
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 2017 Fine Art Summit in Page-Antelope Canyon
With Alain Briot and Jeff Schewe

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2016 Summit Field Workshop :
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Register for the Summit and we will add your name to the waitlist.

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Register for the Summit and we will add your name to the waitlist.

We cannot add you name to the waitlist unless you first register for the Summit.

2 – Download the Summit registration form (PDF format) by clicking here
2 – Email Alain at alain@beautiful-landscape.com
4 – Call us toll free at 800-949-7983 (USA) or 928-252-246 (international) and register over the phone

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. A receipt will be mailed to you after your registration is processed and you will receive a confirmation over email.

Registrations are allocated on a first come, first served basis. This even is in high demand and we recommend you act now because the Summit and the Photographic Field Vision Workshops sell out quickly. Usually the Summit + Photographic field workshops sell out first because we accept a smaller number of participants to the field workshops. Therefore, if you want to attend both the Summit and the field workshops you need to act now to be sure you have a seat in both.

If you have any questions before registering, click here to send us an email inquiry. We are pleased to assist you with any questions. You can also call us at 800-949-7983 or 928-252-2466. We are located in Arizona.

Spiderock – We will photograph this location during the Field Workshop
Alain Briot

How to make your hotel reservations in Page, Arizona:

Summit participants benefit from a special group rate at the Page Courtyard Marriott, the Summit Hotel. You will be emailed the hotel contact information (phone, email and address) as well as the code to get your discounted rate, after you register. There is of course no obligation for you to stay at the Summit hotel. You are free to stay at any other hotel you like. There are many hotels to choose from in Page, all within short driving distance from the Summit hotel. Camping and RV facilities are also available either in Page or along Lake Powell. Just let us know if you need Camping and RV information.

The 2016 Summit Hotel is the Page Courtyard Marriott

Things to keep in mind:
– Food, lodging, transportation and park entrance fees are not included. While most participants stay at a hotel, some occasionally decide to camp. Similarly, some participants may want to eat with the group while others may prefer to be on their own. Finally, some participants may want to return several times to one location, while others may not want to visit this location. This arrangement provides for maximum flexibility while keeping the cost of this workshop to a minimum. It also gives you maximum freedom in planning your meals and give you time by yourself if you choose.

– We will email you directions to Page as well as a list of hotels in the Page area when you register for the Summit. You will receive an email indicating our Friday evening meeting time as well as additional information approximately 2 weeks before the Summit. You are responsible for your own travel arrangements to Page and back and for your lodging arrangements.

– A passenger car is suitable for this workshop since we will not drive on 4 wheel drive roads during the workshop. However, if you rent a car, we recommend you rent an SUV as it is more suited to this kind of activity.

– The closest large airport is Phoenix, Arizona which is located approximately 5 hours South of Page.

– We have a no tag-along policy. Spouses, friends, significant others and non-photographers need to be registered as full-time participants to join any aspect of the Summit and the Field Workshop. This includes lectures, meetings, print reviews, lectures, meals, travel and all other aspects of this workshop. For further details read our Workshop FAQ.

– We do not carry cell phones because coverage is often unreliable or unavailable in the remote locations where we will be photographing. Instead, we use walkie-talkies to communicate with each other during field workshops, when we are on location and when we are driving. If you become separated from the group we will call you on your walkie-talkie to find out where you are. For these reasons we ask that you bring a walkie-talkie, such as a Motorola Talkabout or equivalent, to the Summit. Please set your walkie-talkie to channel 4-5.

Navajoland
We will photograph this location during the Field Workshop
Alain Briot

Cancellation policy

All monies are non-refundable. If you need to cancel participation in this event, either the Summit, the Vision Field Workshops or both, your registration fee can be transferred in full towards participation in another workshop taught by Alain and Natalie Briot. Workshop fees can only be transferred to another workshop and cannot be used towards purchase of a product such as mats, portfolio cases, CD or DVD tutorials, prints, portfolios, or other. Workshop fees cannot be transferred towards purchase of the Mastery Workshop DVDs or towards consulting fees. If this workshop is cancelled by us you will receive a full refund. By registering for this workshop you agree to this policy.

Liability Limitation
Beaux Arts Photography, Beautiful-Landscape.com, Alain Briot, Natalie Briot, their guides, guest presenters and cooperating agents aim to provide every participant a safe, educational, and enjoyable experience. We act solely as agents for you regarding accommodations, special activities, and travel, by any means, and assume no liability for any act, error, omission, injury, loss, delay, mishap, or damage to persons or property arising from any cause during the course of the workshop or in transit thereto. We can accept no responsibility for losses or additional expenses due to delay or changes in the services to be provided. We reserve the right to change our arrangements should conditions necessitate, or to cancel any aspect of the workshop due to exceptional circumstances. In the event that we deem it necessary to cancel the workshop we will provide a full refund which the participant(s) acknowledges as full and final settlement. In the event of a workshop cancellation airline tickets, car rentals and hotel reservations associated with participation in this workshop will not be refunded. We recommend you purchase refundable airline tickets and make refundable car and hotel reservations. We also recommend you carry travel and camera equipment insurance.

As there is always an element of risk in any adventure associated with the outdoors, participants must read this form carefully. This liability release will certify that the participant is physically fit and capable of participating in outdoor photography exercises in field locations, and is fully and completely aware of any associated risks created by field locations and weather.

Meeting times, meeting places and itinerary are subject to changes dictated by the weather, the road conditions and other imponderable variables that are part of doing landscape photography. We do not carry cell phones. You are responsible for being at the meeting place at the designated time and have your photographic equipment with you.

By joining this workshop you acknowledge that you have read the above information concerning responsibility and release Beaux Arts Photography, Alain Briot, Natalie Briot, their guides, instructors and any cooperating agent from any liability. Beaux Arts Photography, Alain Briot and Natalie Briot will assume no liability for injury, illness, or loss of personal property or expenses thereof associated with workshop participation. You also acknowledge that your participation in this workshop is subject to acceptance by the organizers and that Alain and Natalie Briot have the right to refuse service to anyone at anytime.


and:
Click here to see photographs taken during previous Summits 

 

Also, be sure to read this essay:
7 Reasons why you should attend the Fine Art Summit

 

Antelope Canyon
Jeff Schewe

Photographs copyright © 2016 Alain Briot and Jeff Schewe

 

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