Announcing an exciting, photographic instruction oriented classroom and field workshop with professional photographers and instructors Alain Briot, Natalie Briot and Jeff Schewe: the 2019 Fine Art Photography Summit in Death Valley, California.
The Summit covers both the technical and the artistic aspects of photography. This event features field photography, classroom presentations focused on mastering Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, one on one work sessions and printing sessions using Epson printers and papers (provided to you at no extra cost).
In addition your participation in a free raffle is included in your Summit registration. We will raffle the Epson printer we use during the Summit, Epson paper, ink, Native American music CDs by Travis Terry, ink and a variety of surprise gifts.
The emphasis of the Summit is on acquiring technical excellence in order to develop a personal photographic style. The goal is to help you learn how to create photographs that are uniquely yours.
The Summit is followed by a three day Vision Field Workshop during which you will explore and photograph the Eastern Sierra Nevada including the Lone Pine area, the Alabama Hills, the Bishop area known for its beautiful fall colors and more. This journey will take you to Lee Vining where you will Photograph Mono Lake, one of the jewels of the Southwest at both sunrise and sunset.
The full description of the Summit, together with the pricing for the combination Summit + Field workshop, is available at the link featured on this page. There, you have the option of registering for the Summit only ($1195) or for the Summit + the Vision Field Workshop ($2290).
This is a unique event with two of the premier landscape photographers and Instructors. Alain Briot is known for his artistic use of color and composition while Jeff Schewe is known for his mastery of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop which he helped create and continues developing for Adobe today.
This workshop is for you if you want to learn how to master Lightroom and Photoshop, and photograph some of the most iconic landscape in the United States.
Be sure to visit the link and read the detailed description. If you have any questions, post them here or contact us via email.