Workshop openings update

Here are our current workshop openings:

1 – 2010 Summit – Registration is open
The 2010 Summit is open for registration. Our guest speaker this year is Mac Holbert. Uwe Steinmueller, myself and Mac will each give 3 new presentations. The Summit location is Moab, Utah. Moab is a photographers paradise, with Arches and Canyonlands National Parks next door plus countless other photographic locations! We won’t have a problem finding world class subjects to photograph!

After The Summit, Natalie and I offer a 3 day field workshop to little known areas of Navajoland. Join us to photograph locations we discovered during the 7 years we lived in Canyon de Chelly. This is going to be a fantastic finale to the Summit. You are guaranteed to come back with tons of great images, plus the knowledge to make world class prints!

Finally, Register before May 1st and save not $100 but $200. This is our best “early bird” special offer ever. However, only the 20 first registrations we receive qualify for this $200 saving. Therefore, don’t delay and register today.
Click here to read the detailed description


2 –¬†Spring 2010 Antelope CanyonWorkshop: 1 seat available due to cancellation


3 -Zion, Bryce, Escalante, Capitol Reef Workshop: only 1 seat left Sold Out
Discover and photograph four National Parks with study focused on Light and composition to refine your artistic and technical skills:


4 РFall 2010 Antelope Canyon Workshop: 2 seats left Sold out
Study color, light and composition in one of the most amazing locations anywhere in the world. Build your artistic and technical skills and learn to visualize photographs to develop a personal style:


5 – Route 66 Workshop: 4 seats left
A unique workshop focused on creativity and National Parks: Petrified Forest and Grand Canyon:


6 – Mono Lake and Eastern Sierra Workshop: 2 seats left
Photograph the beauty of the Eastern Sierra Nevada area in Fall colors!

Alain Briot

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