Mirrorless to IOS Workshop

Once you’ve mastered the important basics of image capture, editing and organization on your iPhone or iPad, it’s time to stretch your legs with exciting techniques that go way beyond the standard iPhone/iPad images we know and love. In this workshop you’ll explore adventurous shooting techniques combined with exciting editing and stylizing steps that will empower you to make images you’re proud to share and exhibit! Learn how to go from iphone capture to Polaroid Film in one magic step using the Impossible Instant Lab from the Impossible Project (www.the-impossible-project.com). Explore other sensuous printing options like vellum and metallic papers.

Imagine traveling without heavy DSLR cameras, clunky laptops, expensive software, wires, card readers, and short-life batteries. With a modern mirrorless camera and an iPad or iPhone, you can shoot, edit, enhance, stylize, and share your images right after capturing them. With an emphasis on the new, light-weight Mirrorless cameras from Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, Fuji, Nikon, and Samsung, we dive into a workflow that prepares you for an exciting new way to enjoy your photography. Call for more info 518-678-7186.

iPhone: The Next Step,

Photographing and Processing with your iPhone

Lurking inside your iPhone or iPad is one of the most inspiring, capable and fun imaging systems in all of photography. More than just a snapshot device, these handy gizmos are powerful creative tools for creating art, right in our palms. We now have camera and darkroom — all in our shirt pocket!


Liberated from rushing home to our computers, we can shoot and process our images in the field, learning what works (and doesn’t) to make our captures match our vision. In this fun and information-packed workshop, we’ll cover all the vital areas of iPhone photography. It’s time to stop wondering what you can do with your iPhone or iPad and time to start making stunning images!

iPhone Artistry

Silvermine Art Center                                          Two Days          Nov   22-23,  2014https://www.silvermineart.org/education/courses.php?id=11864shapeimage_4_link_0
Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Santa Fe NM   Call 505-983-1400        March   22-27,  2015
Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Santa Fe NM  Call 505-983-1400          Apr  8-10,  2015

The Intimacy of the Small Print

Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Santa Fe NM   Call 505-983-1400          May  4-6 ,  2015

Platinum/Palladium Printing with Digital Negatives

Dan Burkholder’s Studio, Palenville NY                                            Aug  2-3,  2014            http://www.danburkholder.com/Pages/misc_pages/Wsdigineginfo/Wsdigineginfopalen.htmlshapeimage_8_link_0

A rare opportunity to learn these beautiful classic processes from the Master Printer, Dan Burkholder, who pioneered the digital negative and developed the Platinum on Vellum Over Gold Leaf print. This two day workshop will include the techniques of making digital negatives, the basics of platinum printing and the new methods and materials to create a platinum over gold leaf print. Participants will work with their own images and make both types of platinum prints during the workshop.


Maine Media Workshops, Rockport ME                                            Sept  21-27,  2014            http://www.mainemedia.edu/node/6168shapeimage_9_link_0
Maine Media Workshops, Rockport ME                       one week        Sept  14-20,  2014            http://www.mainemedia.edu/node/6166shapeimage_10_link_0

Giant prints are the rage but, let’s be honest, they can only exist on a wall or in a warehouse. In this workshop, you’ll boldly enter the world of intimate, hand-held prints that draw the viewer closer rather than pushing them across the room. With an emphasis on delicate fine art papers and coating techniques, you’ll make prints that you’ll be proud to exhibit and share. Call for more info 505-983-1400.

Sun to Moon Gallery, Dallas TX      one  fun-filled day!                Call 214-745-1199                         Oct.   10,  2014
International Center for Photography, New York NY      Sat/Sun        Dec   6-7,  2014http://registration.icp.edu/wconnect/ace/CourseStatus.awp?&course=14FCEDP003shapeimage_12_link_0
International Center for Photography, New York, NY   Sat/Sun          Jan   10 -11,  2015http://registration.icp.edu/wconnect/ace/CourseStatus.awp?&course=15JCEDP003shapeimage_13_link_0

iPhone and iPad Artistry: The Next Step

    Adventurous New Directions for your iPhone Captures and Prints

Everyone knows how to make a decent photo with an iPhone or iPad. But if decent isn’t good enough, this workshop will open your eyes and pump your creative juices to make images that you’ll be proud to share, exhibit and sell. Master panoramas with advanced (but oh so easy) techniques that let you build amazing vistas. Learn combinations of apps for controlling color, contrast, texture and intrigue. Develop your personal App Dance as you move from app to app, taking your photos from typical to stunning. Discover printing methods that will make your iPhone images stand out.

Making the Most of Your Olympus OM-D Camera

Imagine a world of Photography without a heavy D-SLR camera on your shoulder. Then think how your neck and back will thank you for the reduced weight and bulk. The Olympus OM-D mirrorless cameras offer a compact, full-featured solution to your serious image-making goals without sacrificing optical excellence or photographic precision. In this two day workshop Dan reveals how to make the most of the incredible Olympus OM-D cameras. Dan will guide you through the possibilities that will turn this new photographic tool into your best friend. Stop being baffled by your new Olympus and start making the best photos of your life!

Silvermine Art Center                Call 203-966-9700                Sat/Sun        Jan   31-Feb 1,  2015
Madeline Island School of the Arts, Madeline Island WI   one week        Aug  17-21 ,  2015           http://www.madelineartschool.com/Classes_detail.cfm?recordno=8&Product_CatalogID=359&ProductNumber=FDB081715&ProductCode=22&NewProduct=0shapeimage_15_link_0