A One-Of-A-Kind Workshop Opportunity . . .

July 25, 2016

Photograph © George A. Jardine I’m reposting this, because these next two summer workshops (Katrin Eismann and Seth Resnick, back-to-back in August… ) will be Greg’s very last in his unbelievably fantastic Mendocino location! If you’ve ever wanted to challenge and reward yourself with a once-in-a-lifetime workshop, this is the opportunity. Over the years, I’ve […]

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2016 Exploring the Light Photo Show Workshop

March 29, 2016

Photograph © George A. Jardine In conjunction with the Lone Tree 2016 Exploring the Light Photo Show, I’ll be leading an intensive, 2-hour hands-on workshop: Lightroom vs. Photoshop – Which Is The Right Tool? In this workshop, we will look at how Lightroom and Photoshop compare for various retouching and correction jobs, and when to […]

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A One-Of-A-Kind Workshop Opportunity . . .

February 29, 2016

Photograph © George A. Jardine Over the years, I’ve had the extraordinary opportunity to attend more photo workshops than I can even remember. And many of those workshops were led by true visionaries in the industry. But through all the years, this workshop stands out in my mind as the very best. This summer Greg […]

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A Few Photos From Assam & Nagaland, India . . .

December 29, 2015

Photograph © George A. Jardine Crossing the Brahmaputra on an rickety, hand-made ferry, photographing monks at the Kamalabari Satra on Majuli Island, and getting up close with some of the last actual headhunters on the Nagaland/Myanmar border (with the tats to prove it), this last Wild Photography Holidays workshop was another crazy adventure. One that […]

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Back To India For The Last Workshop Of 2015 . . .

November 28, 2015

Photograph © George A. Jardine Sitting in the Denver airport, heading back to India for my last workshop of the year. And despite the snow storm (just like last year), it looks like my flights are all on schedule this time (unlike last year!). Click here to check out my gallery of photos from last […]

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Picos Workshop In Spain Is Over . . .

November 10, 2015

Photograph © George A. Jardine Well, you missed a great one. The Picos de Europa workshop was insanely great. Great food, great accommodations . . . a great workshop experience all around, with the best participants ever. If you’re maybe feeling some regret about missing that one, there still might be time to get your […]

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Still One Seat Left For Spain This October, And Just Two For India In December

September 20, 2015

Photograph © Martin Sammtleben Come join us starting October 25th to explore the magnificent Picos De Europa, its villages, autumnal forests and coastal scenery of northern Spain’s Costa Verde. There’s still time! This workshop will be an ideal opportunity to get out and photograph the last of fall in Europe, in what promises to be […]

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Two New Denver Workshops Coming Up …

March 16, 2015

Photographs © George A. Jardine For those of you in Colorado, we have two new workshops coming up this spring. For the Lone Tree Photography Club Meetup Group, I’ll be doing my first ever Photoshop workshop Saturday, April 11. (For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve taught Photoshop since 1992… but this is […]

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Edit, Then Edit Again, And Then Again . . .

February 18, 2015

Ferry Operator on the Brahmaputra River Photographs © George A. Jardine When I’m traveling with a workshop group, I almost always have to download and edit each evening, and pick out some of my better photos to use during class discussions and presentations. And for better or for worse, those in-the-field picks generally end up […]

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Workshops With Wild Photography Holidays Coming Up For 2015 . . .

January 27, 2015

Photograph © George A. Jardine Coming up for 2015, we have two exciting workshops planned with Wild Photography Holidays. Photographing Iceland in early June is an incredible opportunity, with the air still crisp from spring, and the long, long 20+ hour days. During this intimate photographic journey, we will visit glacier lagoons and beaches along […]

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