Category Archives: Workshops

The Missouri Photojournalism Workshop 66 in Platte City, MO – by Octavian Cantilli

Octavian Cantilli

Photographer Octavian Cantilli attended the 66th Missouri Photojournalism Workshop and shares his experience.

6/14 Bannerman Island Workshop with Matt Hill – by Gabriel Biderman

Bannerman Castle

Photographers Gabriel Biderman and Matt Hill are putting together a night photography workshop at the Bannerman Castle in NY.

Eddie Adams Workshop 27 – by C.S. Muncy

EAW Poster

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy attended the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2012 and encourages you to apply. RIGHT NOW!

Leica en M̩xico Рby Chip Litherland

Mexico

Sarasota, FL-based photographer Chip Litherland will be leading a Leica workshop in Real de Mar, Mexico, next year.

Eddie Adams Workshop 26: An Amazing Experience – by Robert Seale

Eddie Adams Workshop

Houston-based photographer Robert Seale shares photos of the 26th annual Eddie Adams Workshop in Jeffersonville, NY.

Visual Playground | Leica Workshop | South Beach + Calle Ocho – by Chip Litherland

South Beach

Sarasota, FL-based photographer Chip Litherland taught another Color + Composition workshop at the Leica Store Miami.

11 Secrets to a Great Photo Website – by PhotoShelter

PhotoShelter

Our friends over at PhotoShelter just released a new guide with tips to help photographers attract potential clients and grow their business directly from their website.

Color and Composition | Leica X2 Workshop | Miami, Florida – by Chip Litherland

Color & Composition Leica Workshop

Sarasota, FL-based photographer Chip Litherland spent the weekend in Miami teaching the Color & Composition Leica X2 Workshop.

Photo Editing & Post Production Workshops in Vermont – by Lauren Margolis, PhotoShelter

FotoVisura

Lauren Margolis of PhotoShelter shares information about FotoVisura’s summer workshops in Vermont, featuring an impressive list of guest editors.

Photo-Berlin Workshops – by Linda Ferrari

Cinema Mundi - Stefano De Luigi

Berlin-based photographer Linda Ferrari presents her project called pho[to-be]rlin, a program of workshops provided by international master photographers.