TEXAS PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
Workshops of interest to TPS members
This listing of photographic workshops everywhere is provided as a resource for Photographers
Present Tense Lecture Series
October 23-26, 2014 at Lafayette Hotel in San Diego's North Park neighborhood
From artists pushing the boundaries of their materials to industry professionals examining the current state of photography, our Present Tense Lecture Series offers insight into the heart of what makes unique and passionate images. Join Medium this fall at the Lafayette Hotel as we bring you a diverse line up of engaging lectures and events for photographers, collectors, and fans of the medium itself!
Our 2014 lecture series kicks off with a Keynote Lecture by Duane Michals, followed by two days of presentations by some of the most influential figures in photography. All lectures take place at the historic Lafayette Hotel in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego. To register, cick here.
2014 Eye to Eye Portfolio Review
October 23-24, 2014
Photographers must register in advance for the 2014 Eye to Eye Portfolio Participants in the portfolio reviews receive eight 20 minute reviews with individual reviewers. These sessions offer photographers an opportunity to meet one on one with curators, photo editors, commercial reps, and galleries to share your work and begin new relationships. Photographers are advised to bring a selection of approximately 20 prints representing a tightly edited body of work. Participants in the Eye to Eye Portfolio Reviews gain valuable exposure to industry leaders, and often result in individual photographs being collected, exhibited or published. Individual appointments will be scheduled for each photographer once the review spaces have filled and registration has closed.
Photography and Personal Vision at Focus Ranch
with Karen Schulman
August 24 - 30, 2014
Join us at Focus Ranch, a real working cattle ranch located on the western
Colorado and Wyoming border in a section of the Northern Rocky Mountains
about 50 miles northwest of Steamboat Springs.
This spectacular ranch location lends itself perfectly to the "focus" of our
workshop, where we will become more aware of our unique way of seeing our
world and ourselves. It will give us the opportunity to learn to express our unique
vision more deeply.
In addition to the photography sessions, you'll enjoy delicious meals, comfortable
lodging and opportunities to participate in various optional activities, including
horseback riding, hiking and fishing. Karen's expertise includes use of digital
cameras as well as various alternative photographic processes. She will offer her
inspiration and guidance for those with all levels of photographic skill.
Additionally, Karen will be offering OPTIONAL Creative iPhoneography sessions
for participants with an iPhone or iPad.
Cost: $2395 includes six nights lodging, all meals, photo instruction, ranch
activities, taxes and gratuity, extensive pre-workshop information and materials.
Santa Fe Workshops
One of the truly valuable benefits of attending a workshop in Santa Fe is meeting and interacting with participants and instructors in other classes. You select one workshop to focus on, with the added benefit of all-community activities throughout the week that include instructor image presentations, roundtable discussions with questions and answers, technical presentations, and all-group meals.
Visual Narrative with Susan Burnstine
July 20-25, 2014
As photographers who strive to convey our visions in a true, honest, and consistent manner, we establish an emotional connection to each image we create.For five days, under Susan's practiced tutelage, participants learn how to articulate and refine their vision by delving into symbolism, metaphor, and personal stories. In the process, we examine our own personal narratives, aesthetics, and psychology in image making. Through hands-on demonstrations, creative exercises, group discussions, photographing assignments, and portfolio reviews, we are encouraged and inspired to grow and reach the next level of our artistic achievement. We also discuss such practical topics as long-term project development, portfolio editing, marketing, publishing, and exhibitions.
Join Susan for a rich exploration of the self, as we harness the power of photography to realize individual narratives. Click here to learn more about Susan Burnstine.
Intensive: Infrared Photography
with Nevada Wier and Santa Fe Workshops
August 23-24, 2014
Infrared photography in the digital age is light years ahead of its film counterpart. Two factors have led to this unique niche becoming more accessible: first, the use of digital cameras that have been converted to render infrared light and, second, new digital workflow protocols.
In this two-day intensive, Nevada introduces you to digital infrared photography. Using converted cameras and Adobe software, you will learn the ins and outs of photographing and processing your images. After getting comfortable with the technique, you move into the creative and experimental side of making images with the infrared spectrum.
The neighboring town of Nambé, provide us with a dramatic location for our infrared explorations. By the end of this intensive you are a maven of invisible light and a maker of photographic poetry! In addition you will come away with one print of your favorite image.
To sign up or if you have questions please contact the Santa Fe Workshops at (505) 983-1400 ex 111 or email email@example.com
NEW MEXICO LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP
July 21 - 24, 2014
Every season in New Mexico is distinct and beautiful yet there is something magical about the months of July and August. This is a time when our yearly monsoon season arrives and brings the most dramatic skies, beautiful sunsets and frequent rainbows . . . [Learn more]
Spectacular New Mexico: Travel Workshop to Taos, NM
with Harvey Stein
August 16-24, 2014
This workshop will explore the northern areas of New Mexico with shooting trips to the Ghost Ranch area, the Rio Grande Gorge, Native American pueblos, Santa Fe, and small Hispanic villages. We stay at a historic, beautiful hacienda where such luminaries as Georgia O'Keefe, D.H. Lawrence, Dennis Hopper, and Ansel Adams either lived or visited. This is a unique adventure that includes photographing the spectacular landscape, the incredible summer light and colors, and the friendly and interesting people of New Mexico. JOIN US. This is the eighth year that I will conduct this fabulous workshop.
For more info contact Harvey Stein: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Figure Studies and the Tintype Photograph
with Craig Barber and Eric Anthony Johnson
June 18-22, 2014
Combine the timelessness of Wet Plate Collodion Photography and the human form in legendary Woodstock, NY – "the colony of the arts" – in the "Figure Studies and the Tintype Photograph" workshop.
This 5 day, intensive, hands-on workshop is an excellent opportunity to learn the wet plate process using people as your subject. We have designed this to give you a solid understanding of the Wet Plate Collodion process and how to work with models (costumed and au natural), so you can continue on your own when you return home. In the first phase, run by Craig, you will learn to make tintype photographic plates – direct positives on metal. After that you will work with male and female models, under the guidance of Eric. All work will be outdoors with natural light.
The Digital Artist Workshop
June 4 - 15th, 2014
Eleven nights and ten full days - workshop at Le Vieux
Couvent in midi Pyrenees region in the south of France.
Cost: Air excluded.
$2900.00 for eleven nights and ten days - everything included! Breakfast every morning, and ten gourmet dinners with wine
each night, eight lunches, ten aperitifs gatherings in the
gardens in early evenings, round-trip transportation from
airport to the Convent, all transportation for photo excursions
On our one all-day outing, we will eat breakfast at the convent
and buy our lunch and dinner at the location where we are
Rural Ireland - Wet Plate Collodion Photography
with Craig J. Barber and Patricia Delker
August 9 - 16, 2014
8-day photography trip to Western Ireland for an opportunity to explore the less traveled roads of rural Ireland while learning the fine art of making Tintype Photographs. Craig, is a veteran photographer and instructor. Patricia, is a seasoned Ireland traveler, historian and photographer, who will guide the group toward enchanting photographic opportunities. To see the trip in detail:
Tuition for the Rural Ireland workshop is $2875.00 A $750.00 deposit is required to secure a spot in the workshop with the remainder due 45 days prior to the workshop date.
Included in this package: all equipment and chemistry, accommodations, land travel, 4 dinners, all breakfasts and admittance fees where necessary. Students will need to acquire and transport the plates they will be using (these are inexpensive and we will provide purchase information, upon enrollment).
Not included: air travel to Ireland, lunches and four evening meals. Personal extras are also the responsibility of each participant.
Magic Images Workshop
with Craig Barber and Patricia Delker
August 9-16, 2014
Join Craig J. Barber and Patricia Delker on this 8-day photography trip to Western Ireland for an opportunity to explore the less traveled roads of rural Ireland while learning the fine art of making Tintype Photographs. Craig, is a veteran photographer and instructor. Patricia, is a seasoned Ireland traveler, historian and photographer, who will guide the group toward enchanting photographic opportunities. Picturesque Ireland is the perfect location for learning this beautiful process. You WILL return home with several handmade, unique tintype plates from this Irish experience.
This intensive, hands-on workshop is designed so you will have a solid understanding of the process by the time you leave Ireland, thereby enabling you to continue when you return home. You will learn: to make tintypes (direct positives on metal); how to pour, expose and develop your plates; how to mix your chemistry and varnish and frame your plates.
Spain Photo Nude Workshop
With Kim Weston & Miguel Soler-Roig
June 29-July 6, 2014
For the very first time the Weston Photography Nude Workshop series will take place in Spain, along with local spanish photographer Miguel Soler-Roig. Can you imagine photographing along side of Kim Weston with the best figure models in the most historical architectural sites in Spain? With Miguel’s local insider knowledge you will be guided through some of the most enchanting, exotic locations imaginable.
A unique opportunity to photograph in the interiors of private castles and palaces never visited before. Sign up by May 1st and you will receive a 8x10 print by Edward Weston, "Spring 1943" original EW negative printed by Kim Weston.
A Photography Workshop in Tuscany with Harvey Stein
June 14-22, 2014
Join Harvey Stein on a photography journey to capture the sights and spirit of Tuscany. Ttravel to small villages and farms, the jewel city of Lucca, Pisa's annual festival along the Arno River, the sculptural masterpieces of Florence, cliff towns hanging over the Mediterranean (Cinque Terre), Roman ruins and visits with our own Tuscan neighbors who tend the sheep wandering our estate. I will provide instruction and guidance throughout the week, both individually and for the group, to help you capture the people, landscape and architecture of Tuscany in your own personal style.
Partnering for this workshop with Abbondanza Toscana, an organization that has run photography, painting and cooking workshops for the last 14 years in northern Tuscany. Selva, a 15th century restored farmhouse, located on a 1000-acre estate in the Tuscan hills above Lucca, is our home for the workshop. Silva retains the ambience of a 600-year old farmhouse, with it's grand fireplace and wine cantina, yet has all the amenities expected by 21st century guests, including central heating, modern bathrooms and internet access. See the website for more information about the organization, surroundings, and testimonials, www.abbondanzatoscana.com.
For more info contact Harvey Stein: email@example.com.
Last updated: May 25, 2014