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Santa Fe Photography Workshops

The workshop is finished! I spent last week at the Santa Fe Photography Workshops. It was an incredible experience. I'd recommend it for any amateur photographer who just wants to learn more and for any professional who wants to explore a new area of potential income.

It's an intense week of work. Many of the days are 12 hours long or longer. I plan to take more classes in the future, but before I do it again, I'll spend more time training for the physical part of it. We hiked slot canyons, tried to stop for a picnic one afternoon and ended up on a Bollywood movie set that was on our picnic grounds, spent an afternoon at Jackalope pottery in Santa Fe, and Shidoni foundry and sculpture garden. Much of our class time was spent learning how to improve our images using Camera Raw. October and November are amazing months for weather in Northern New Mexico and would be less exhausting than during the summer heat. The url for the website is below. It's worth checking out.

http://www.santafeworkshops.com/

Pat Ballard

Photo credits: George Burba, Patricia L. Ballard.

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