Workshops

For years people asked if they could shoot with me. Now you can join me through a series of hands-on workshops of studio and infrared photography where you’ll see how I work and the cameras and lenses I use. You’ll learn how to use the  techniques I’ve written about in magazines and books. During these informal but hands-on sessions you’ll  get to ask questions and shoot photographs for your portfolio, providing a fully interactive experience

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Infrared at the Lake. May, 2015. At Bingham Lake in Parker, Colorado. A 90-minute hand-on workshop on making digital infrared images using your own cameras. We’ll kick off with a brief discussion about IR capture options, then we’ll walk around the lake and make IR photographs. You’ll get to see and use the different kinds of filters to make  infrared images using your own camera. I’ll also demonstrate a comparison of images made using a IR-converted. Please bring your camera—SLR or mirrorless— and a tripod because some of the filters will produce shutter speed that are quite slow. $75 paid via PayPal. Check this page for specific Saturday dates as well as other Digital Infrared workshops, including Infrared at the Farm (June, 2015,) at the Hidden Valley Open Space and Infrared in the Park (July, 2015) in Parker, Colorado. If you have any question, click the Contact page and ask.

LED.workshop.PAMGetting Started in LED Lighting. During this workshop you’ll make portrait and glamour photographs using Rotolight LED lighting equipment, including the Anova V2 and RL-48 lights by themselves and together using colored filters and diffusion material to create interesting effects. This two-hour workshop is limited to two photographers and is held in my home/studio located 20 miles south of Denver.Workshops typically held Tuesday through Sunday. The $325 fee includes model fee and a full release. Click  Contact link and let me know when you would like to attend.

Magic of UmbrellasMinimum Lighting, Maximum Quality is a 90-minute workshop limited to five attendees and includes hands-on instruction and attendees will have one-on-one time to photograph models. Fee is $85 per person. Bring a camera because everyone gets to shoot! The last workshop was sold out and several people had signed up on a waiting list. Details for the next workshop will be posted when available.

Coming in 2015:  Getting Started in Digital Infrared Photography is available for presentation to camera clubs and other photographic organizations. It’s a step-by-step look into the world of capturing and processing digital infrared images. It starts with looking at the why, gives options on how to do it and wraps up with the ins-and-outs that make the difference between IR and traditional imaging.

If you would like me to speak to your camera club, photo organization or convention, please read the Workshop FAQ, which contains answers to commonly asked questions. If it doesn’t answer your specific question, please click on Contact in the menu bar ask ask. I’ll usually get back to you