Archive for March, 2010
I just got back from a week in Vermont figuring out our routes for the Fall Color in Vermont workshop. I checked out my favorite covered bridges, small town churches, vistas and farms. I think it’s beautiful year round, but stick season isn’t the most photogenic, so here’s a photo I took last fall…
Most exciting to me- my sister had a baby in February so I did more than scout! I met my adorable new 7 week old nephew! So here’s a photo of Nicolas with his favorite new sunglasses.
We’ll have more details about the Vermont workshop on the website soon! In the meantime, feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We leave for Europe May 1st…
Ciao for now.
Our one-day Basics workshop went well- we had beautiful weather! We have 2 more workshops scheduled before we leave for France/Italy. April 9-10 we’re giving a great workshop to organize your digital life so you can finally find all your photos on your computer (in Scottsdale). April 24-25 we’re giving our print workshop so can learn how to make your own exhibition quality prints (at our studio in Flagstaff).
If you or someone you know know is interested in either workshop, let us know! We’ll be happy to answer any questions. See our website for more information…
A quick note- if you know anyone interested in Joel’s Digital Photo Basics in Scottsdale, we still have 2 available spots! Please contact us if you’d like to join in the fun.
This week we’ve been busy making airline, hotel and car reservations… We leave for Europe in early May. We’ll spend a week in Provence to do some more scouting for our September workshop, then head to Tuscany for our workshop. We’ve got a great group of people signed up- we’re very excited to have another wonderful trip!
We do still have a couple spots open if you know anyone interested. We have a great incentive program for referrals on our overseas workshops- a free framed photograph for every referral who signs up! And our $500 off per couple, $250 of per person is still good, so act fast!
We were lucky enough to have our 12 year old nephew come out to Arizona (from Vermont) to spend a week with us. One of the many places we visited was Taliesen West, a Frank Lloyd Wright estate in Scottsdale. Very cool buildings- and I was pleasantly surprised that my nephew was just as excited about it as I was.
Here are a couple photos I took while there, definitely not the best light as it was gray and rainy, but a very interesting place to go if you’re into architectural photography. Try to go near sunset and you could get some beautiful photos!