“Venus Kondos photographing”
© Copyright Alain Briot
If two of your New Year’s resolutions include learning more about photography and experiencing more of America’s beautiful outdoors, then you can cross out both items on your list by attending a photography workshop this year with Alain and Natalie Briot in the Southwestern United States.
Alain Briot is a famous landscape photographer and a trained instructor with over 6 years of experience teaching photography and communication at graduate and undergraduate levels. Alain has been photographing since 1980 in Europe and studied art at the Academie des Beaux Arts in Paris. Alain’s wife, Natalie, is a painter and certified art teacher, and has been teaching since 1992.
Together, they take you to the places they know intimately, the places they have explored inside and out for many years, their huge “backyard” also known as the Southwestern United States, and provide one-on-one attention to help you improve your photography skills and return home with your own gorgeous photographs.
About half of this year’s workshops are already sold out. We’ve covered them here before in the Photobird Daily. The sold out workshops include:
- Death Valley & Alabama Hills Spring Workshop – March 13-17, 2009
- Extended Antelope Canyon Workshop – April 10-14, 2009
- Navajoland Workshop – May 1-5, 2009
- Extended Antelope Canyon Workshop – May 22-29, 2009
Some workshops are still available, mostly in the second half of the year, which gives you plenty of time to plan.
If your bags are already packed, and you and your camera are ready to go, the Trilogy Seminars, which cover Composition, Printing, and Marketing your photos, are being held February 14-22, 2009 in Phoenix, Arizona. Details of the Trilogy Seminars are here.
If you prefer a workshop later in the year, consider these workshops which are still open to attendees:
- Extended Antelope Canyon Workshop – September 18-22, 2009
- Eastern Sierra and Mono Lake Workshop – October 2-6, 2009
- White Sands & Bosque del Apache Workshop – December 4-8, 2009
For more details on these workshops, Alain and Natalie Briot, and to see photos of workshop participants honing their craft, visit Beautiful-landscape.com.