Eastern Sierra and Mono Lake Workshop — September 30th to October 4th, 2022 — An exclusive five day field workshop to the Eastern Sierra Nevada with Alain and Natalie Briot Open to 12 participants maximum Workshop Focus: Color and Personal Style This workshop is open to participants of all levels of experience, using 35mm to…Continue reading October 2022 Eastern Sierra and Mono Lake Workshop
Death Valley & Alabama Hills Spring 2022 Workshop March 4th to 8th, 2022 An exclusive five day field workshop to Death Valley with Alain and Natalie Briot Workshop focus: Light, Composition and Personal Style Open to 12 participants 3 seats left Workshop Focus: Light, Composition and Personal Style This workshop is open to participants of…Continue reading March 2022 Death Valley & Alabama Hills Workshop
Alain Briot Joshua Tree Workshop March 5th to 9th, 2021 An exclusive five day field workshop to Joshua Tree National Park with Alain and Natalie Briot Workshop focus: Vision and Personal Style This workshop is appropriate for all photographers regardless of camera format or level of experience Open to 10 participants 1 seat left Workshop…Continue reading March 2021 Joshua Tree Workshop
The January 2021 Print of the Month is available: Nuages, January 2021 Print of the Month
Mastery Workshops Flash and Adobe Reader updates I created new 2021 versions of all eleven Mastery Workshops on USB/DVD as well as all Summit Recordings, Marketing Seminar Recordings, Master Files collections, Podcast and Summit collections and all the other tutorials available on USB or DVD. These new 2021 versions are necessary because Apple and Adobe…Continue reading 2021 Mastery Workshops new versions plus Flash and Adobe Reader updates
Introduction In my previous essay, Why I use Selective Color in my Photographic Work, I mentioned a new process that I titled the Selective Color Process. This essay describes the logic behind the naming of this process. Artists have used specific processes in their work for millennia. The reason for that is because art is about…Continue reading The Selective Color Process
Antelope Canyon is a I-must-photograph-it location. If you have not photograph it you owe it to yourself to do so. if you have already phtoographed it you need to return to create new images and improve those created during your previous visit. I have photographed Antelope Canyon over 100 times and during each visit I continue to find new images.
We take you to Antelope Canyon and to many fantastic locations, including Horseshoe Bend, the Hoodoos, the Teepees, other slot canyons and much more. Discover the full itinerary as well as the pricing, scheduled dates, lodging and more at this link:
If there is one specific aspect of processing I am known for it is my use of Selective Color. Selective Color is to me what oil paint was to Vermeer or marble to Michael Angelo. I love Selective Color. I use it on all my images. I recommend that all other photographers use it. I…Continue reading Why I use Selective Color for my photographic work
Alain Briot Eastern Sierra and Mono Lake workshop, Fall 2019. Study landscape photography with Alain Briot, get your work reviewed and explore the Eastern Sierra Nevada, one of the most beautiful area in the American Southwest.
White Sands & Bosque del Apache Workshop — March 6th to 10th, 2020 — — ONLY 1 seat left — An exclusive five day field workshop to Southern New Mexico with Alain and Natalie Briot Opened to 12 participants maximum Yucca at Sunrise, White Sands National Monument “I have learned so much during the workshop.…Continue reading White Sands & Bosque del Apache Workshop Spring 2020