I started offering private workshops about six years ago, and they've become very popular. People like the opportunity to take a class tailored to their specific skill level, interests, and schedule. Individual attention also really accelerates the learning curve: students seem to learn as much during a day of one-on-one instruction as they do in two or three days of a group workshop.
I've taught photographers with all levels of experience, from beginner to advanced. If you're interested in improving your composition skills, your exposure technique, learning Lightroom, Photoshop, digital printing, or just want someone to guide you to great Yosemite locations, I can help!
Private workshops usually go from sunrise to sunset, but the schedule is really up to you. On a typical day we start at sunrise, photograph for awhile, then spend some time during the middle of the day, when the light isn’t as good, reviewing your portfolio, the images you made in the morning, and going over post-processing techniques and workflow, or whatever else you’d like to learn—as well as having lunch. Then we head out in the afternoon and photograph until sunset. During our field sessions we can cover exposure, depth of field, composition, or anything else you’d like to know more about.
Private workshops are available in and near Yosemite National Park, California, for individuals or small groups. Rates start at 600 dollars per day for one person. Private workshops can also be arranged for other locations. To schedule a workshop, first email me with the date(s) you're interested in.
What People Are Saying...
"Your feedback during our private workshop was incredibly helpful for me. I’m able to look at my work with greater breadth and depth thanks to your comments and observations. I’m thinking a little differently when I shoot now. I’m more mindful. So thanks!"
"I am really at a loss of words to describe my experience in the workshop with you. Seeing your workflow from start to finish gave me a totally different perspective on post-processing. At the same time, your tips on technique were invaluable. I am very confident that I have absorbed a lot during the days spent in California that I can use to grow in photography."
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