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Phase One Digital Artist Series
Master landscape and Smithsonian Award Winning photographer Tim Wolcott will be part of the instructor group for the “Monument Valley and the Slot Canyons” workshop in November.
This PODAS Workshop is in November, 2012.
The American Southwest has often been the focus of some of the best known photographers. That’s no surprise given the stunning beauty that this region offers. Consider the exceptional beauty of northern Arizona. Join Phase One and the PODAS workshop team as we explore two of the greatest areas for fine landscape photography: Monument Valley and the Slot Canyons near Page, Arizona.
PODAS workshops are known for offering the finest workshop experience available today. These are all-inclusive workshops with multiple instructors who are some of the finest photographers in our industry. Your workshop fee includes everything, except the cost of getting to the pick up location. You’ll have all your workshop transportation provided, your own room, all your meals and beverages. In addition you’ll have the use of a Phase One IQ160 camera with an 80mm LS lens. All you need to bring with you are CF cards, a tripod and a computer. You’ll receive a camera bag which is yours to keep, two 30×40 inch prints of the images you like best, and a license key for both Capture One Pro and Media Pro software.
PODAS workshops can be intense. We have lots of photography time and also classroom time. You’ll learn some great tips with Capture One and how Capture One can work miracles with your images. You’ll have tons of time with the instructors while you’re riding in cars, working in the field, studying in the classroom and during meals. You’ll learn from your fellow attendees and the entire Phase One team. You’ll share your passion with other folks like yourself, make new friends and just plain have fun!
Tim Wolcott’s passion for photography is in advancing the frontiers of landscape imagery and environmentally-friendly processes. In 1996, Wolcott developed the first green gallery in the world using only pigments and managed forest woods and acid-free mountings technologies. Tim exhibited his work around the world and at many photo conventions. In 1999, Tim opened a gallery in Big Bear Lake, California, which is dedicated to featuring some of the best works in the United States.The Gallery of the American Landscape has and will display some of the best works by renowned artists throughout the world. Tim Wolcott’s photographs are included in many numerous private, public, and corporate collections worldwide; including the Guggenheim, Smithsonian, Photokina, Microsoft, Kaiser Permanante, Chevron, and the Nature Conservancy. His photography graces the walls of many world class galleries; Fahey Klein Gallery, Photography West, Vision Gallery, Photocollect, Grubel Gallery, and Gallery of the American Landscape just to name a few.
While he considers himself primarily a “Landscape” photographer, Jack has photographed for commercial and corporate clients, led several photographic workshops, and instructed novice through advanced photographers in a variety of photographic venues.Jack’s work has been exhibited in galleries from California to New York, and the Bibliothèque Nationale selected one of Jack’s images to be part of a collection they procured on “Images of the American Southwest.”Today he remains passionate in his pursuit of creating photographic art and enjoys photographing most anything from architecture and machinery to people and wildlife. However, when pressed to choose a favorite photographic subject, Jack replies, “I love photographing the natural landscape.”Jack enjoys sharing his experience and ideas with others, and is co-owner of the GetDPI photography forums.
November 3rd – 9th, 2012
- IQ160 shooting
- All accommodations
- All meals
- Capture One Pro license
- Airport pick-up and drop-off
- 2 30×40 inch prints
- Lots of fun and new friends!
- Cost $3800.00
Sign up at the Phase One PODAS site and select DigitalFusion as your dealer. Link Below.