Jack Graham Photography Workshop Overview
Jack Graham Photography Workshops
Learn to See Learn to Think Learn to Create
I've been conducting photography workshops throughout the United States for over 20 years. In 2012 I expanded my workshops to Iceland, and in 2014 have also included China and Ireland.
I am a full time photographer/workshop leader. This IS my job. I am not a part timer. My future is dependent on success and having happy customers. Many of my attendees have become good friends.
My primary goal is to offer quality workshops and deliver what I promise ... to help each participant develop and enhance his / her artistic ability. We concentrate on photographic technique,composition, learning to see and developing your vision. Personal attention as well as group discussions allow everyone to participate and work intensely at his/her own speed. We do this in some of the most magnificent locations on the planet. I am here to teach - not to photograph.
Choosing the right workshop these days can be frustrating. There are so many folks out there that think conducting a workshop is an easy way to make a living, and at the same time getting to go to some great areas to take photographs. This is far from being truthful. The reality is running successful workshops, while a lot of fun as well as rewarding, is not as easy as it seems. Please have a quick read through this article I have posted on my blog. It answers a lot of questions and may help you make your decisions.
Some referrals can be read here, others are available upon request
Additionally, I am certified and current in Wilderness First Aid (WFA) by the American Red Cross.
Who should attend?
Workshops have successfully mixed everyone from beginner to professional. Your level of enthusiasm for photography and the natural world is far more important than your level of expertise. I do ask that you are in reasonability good health and enjoy the companionship of small groups. Reasons to attend a workshop would be:
- You would like a lot of individual instruction (small groups, 6-7 attendees per instructor)
- You are interested in visiting a particular location with someone who knows the best times to photograph it
- You would like to rekindle your interest in photography
- You would like to photograph with other photographers
- You would like to spend time in a beautiful location as a stress reliever from everyday life
Workshops offer a wide variety of formats to meet the interests of photographers of all levels. These workshops combine an intense learning experience with the joy of nature photography.
I can promise you'll find my workshop all of the above and more. In today's competitive photography workshop business, it's how you separate yourself from the pack. I work real hard to do just that.
Yes,our workshop "officially" ends on the the final day of the event, however in a way it never ends. I encourage my attendees to keep in touch with me and let me know how I can help. I offer my attendees time to review images via the phone and Internet on an ongoing basis. My goal is to keep you, my friends and workshop attendees, happy and in the mindset to continually improve your photography.... just like I do everyday.
WORKSHOP SIGN UP FORMS
If you are interested in participating in a photo workshop, please download and fill out these required forms for workshop participants:
ALL FORMS REQUIRED CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM ANY WORKSHOP PAGE
(They are located in the lower, far-left column)
I have rather simple guidelines that I follow:
The atmosphere is my workshops are informal but serious. These are creative working sessions. Our emphasis is on your photography, not ours.
Programs vary, but most are planned to spend the maximum amount of time in the field. The hours are long. The day can be tiring, but the results will be rewarding. Classroom time is provided for image review and discussions regarding many aspects of photography.
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Thank you for considering a Jack Graham Photography Workshop!!!!