April 24, 2009
I have no group workshops scheduled for 2009, however, I frequently do one-on-one tutoring at my place for $500 per day for one person or $750 per day for two people, by the whole day only, and usually for two days. This has proven to be a fruitful and enjoyable experience for nearly everyone so far. Please be sure that you let me know what you need to learn and what level of detail you are interested in! Otherwise you'll hear the full story of how imaging works, in all it's gruesome details! Contact me if you would like to schedule a visit.
After receiving requests for workshops for about twenty years, I started teaching them in 2002, including several for the Ansel Adams Workshops program, two for West Coast Imaging, and shorter ones for the Art Institute in San Franciscso. To date, all of my workshops have been similar with respect to the subject matter, though they have evolved to stay abreast of the state of imaging technology and I tailor them to the needs of the participants. Nevertheless, my workshops are best suited to people who want to understand the technical details of how imaging actually works, rather than receiving rote instruction in which steps to do to get good results. Some of the material can be quite challenging.
Here is a picture of me holding up a print of mine at one of the WCI workshops. Photo by Doug Broussard, Photo Classroom Workshop Coordinator and my usual workshop assistant at WCI.