If you’re unfamiliar with the Santa Fe Workshops, it’s one of, if not the, longest running photography workshops in the US. They started in 1990 and have had some of the most renowned photographers in the industry teach there, including Albert Watson, Joyce Tenneson, and Frank Ockenfels 3. The format of the courses is especially unique, given that it’s a 5-day course where the students and the instructor are together learning and shooting, from sunup till sundown.
This will be my first time teaching for SFW, as well as my first time teaching a longform version of my Chroma course. Each day will begin with a group critique of student work that was shot the day prior. Much of the time will be spent in the (fully equipped) studio, with students pairing off in groups of two, each with a model, and practicing the techniques taught that day. We will also go on location a couple times, taking advantage of the exotic locale.
I look forward to having the time and space needed to delve deep into Chroma techniques with students. If you’re interested in learning more about what will be taught or what the Santa Fe Workshops are all about, go to https://santafeworkshops.com/workshop/chroma-lighting-with-color/. There are a few spots remaining, so get on it. I look forward to making art with all of you!