Photo Update Volume 2, Number 2, October, 2016
’tis the season for exploring the fall colors in the highlands which we did with a brief trip to Aspen and several visits to the local mountains including the high road to Taos, visiting the small, old historic towns along the way. No prints yet, we’re still working on images from the Oregon Coast workshop! We had spectacular field sessions plus the exciting and varied work presented by our participants hyped our enthusiasm for this workshop (I’m echoing Stu’s comments as well!). Speaking of…
Next year’s Oregon Coast Workshop is scheduled for September 3 to 7, 2017, headquartered again at the Edgewater Inn in Coos Bay, Oregon (800-233-0423). Workshop fee remains at $550—no deposit needed until next year sometime.
Click Workshops for a summary workshop description. All camera formats, film, digital, and all printing approaches are welcome. To download the Oregon Coast PDF for more views from our field sessions, click Downloads.
New Work on our Websites
I’ve posted 15 new photos to my website and Joan has 17—she wins again! See new images from our trip to and from Oregon across Utah, Nevada, and California plus images from this years workshop and some of my new takes from previous Oregon visits. And you may have heard about Joan’s clouds…
Click Don’s Recent Work to see his new work, click Joan’s Recent Work to see hers.
New Limited Time Offer
For a limited time only, 11”x14” Archival Pigment Ink prints of the photos below are available for only $75 each. That’s less than 1/4 the retail price and free shipping in the lower 48 is included!
For more info about Joan’s, click Limited Time Offer.
For more info about Don’s, click Limited Time Offer.
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