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Landscapes of Northern New Mexico Photography Workshop in Taos, NM
Learn techniques to improve your landscape photography while capturing the best mountain, canyon and adobe architecture landscapes the Taos area is known for - including shooting in New Mexico's Rio Grande del Norte National Monument!
Participants will sharpen their skills through classroom instruction and image processing/critique sessions, but the focus will be on maximizing time in the field practicing and refining these techniques by capturing images.
Cost for this flash workshop is $695 that includes all classroom and field instruction time and permit fees. Workshop attendees are responsible for their own meals, lodging, travel arrangements (including to and from field locations), and gratuities.
Michael DeYoung is a well-published adventure, landscape, and lifestyle photographer. He was named “Master of Outdoor Lifestyle” Photographer by Digital Photo Pro, featured in Jan/Feb 2013 issue of Outdoor Photographer, and won first place (and finalist in 2013) in Photo District News’ 2011 Great Outdoors Photography Contest in the Parks & Safaris category.
Michael creates images for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients and his work appears regularly in a variety of publications, calendars, cards, catalogs, corporate websites and many other places. He is repeatedly hired to shoot adventure tourism and landscapes for the State of Alaska tourism department, and creates work for several vacation destination guides including the Alaska State Vacation Planner, Anchorage Visitor’s Guide, Taos Ski Valley Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Guide, and Taos Visitor’s Guide.
Also an accomplished workshop instructor, DeYoung passionately teaches and shares his knowledge of landscape and lifestyle photography. He has taught workshops independently in Alaska and New Mexico and is an independent instructor for the Rocky Mountain School of Photography based in Missoula, Montana.
“These workshops are a lot of fun,” says DeYoung. “I love sharing my passion for photography, adventure and the outdoors and, as a teacher, it’s incredibly rewarding to see people’s photography skills improve so much in just a few days. Some of my past participants have seen success in securing stock photo agency representation, selling their fine art images and having their work published in national publications.”
Michael DeYoung Photography is based out of Taos, New Mexico and Anchorage, Alaska.
More information about the workshop and registration details can be found at http://deyoungoutdoorphotography.com/
To view more of DeYoung’s work, visit http://michaeldeyoung.com.