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Announcing Lightroom Workshop in Marin this January

Spire by Andy Goldsworthy at dawn in the Presidio
Spire

This is my photo of Andy Goldsworthy’s work, “Spire,” in the Presidio. It reminds me of how each participant stood out in the fall Mendocino Workshop. At every location we photographed, each participant brought his or her own unique perspective and produced amazing results. So many ways of seeing and recording! As usual, I learned a lot.

The weekend workshop was a great introduction to lessons in location shooting and applying a Lightroom workflow. Now it’s time to go into Lightroom in more depth and reinforce the many aspects that make it so powerful. My next workshop will be held in Marin, Saturday, January 28th,  and Sunday, January 29th, roughly 9:00 to 5:00 both days (details to follow). The workshop will focus on creating and executing a workflow with Lightroom. We’ll be shooting locally for an hour or two Sunday morning. Other than that, all the instruction will take place at one location. And, of course, we’ll have a wine hour late Saturday afternoon. As Marianne, one of the recent participants noted, “Wine goes well with Lightroom.”

Thanks again for your inspiration, enthusiasm, and creativity. I look forward to seeing more of your work and working with you in January.

Reserve your spot today. Have questions? Click here to receive more information. Stay tuned for details. If you’d like one-on-one tutoring before January 28th, please email or call me and we can set up a time.

Don’t forget the ICB Artists Winter Open Studios. Discover hundreds of works of art in over 80 artist’s studios. My studio is #106 on the west side of the building, first floor with the entry on the west deck. Studios will be open Friday, December 2nd from 6 pm to 9 pm, Saturday, the 3rd from 11 am to 5 pm, and Sunday the 4th from 11 am to 5 pm.

The Taco Guys will be outside my studio on Saturday the 3rd from noon to 4 pm. “No white linens or reservations… just the best tacos you’ve ever tasted.”

If you’d like to know more of my story, check out the recent interview by Paul Liberatore in the Marin IJ.

 

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