2011 Photography Workshops

Lately, I have had a lot of folks ask if I teach photography workshops. For the past several years, I have been teaching a few workshops each year on topics including adventure photography, digital workflow and artificial lighting. I really enjoy teaching workshops and when I teach I try to pass on as much as I possibly can in each and every workshop.

If you are looking for a photography workshop to take this year please check out the workshops I am slated to teach in 2011. Here is a list of the workshops I have set for 2011:

Mentor Series Trek in Santa Fe, NM – Mentor Series Photo Treks, Santa Fe, NM – May 13 – 15, 2011
Lightroom Workshop – Salt Lake City, UT – June 11-12, 2011
Adventure Photography – Santa Fe Workshops, Santa Fe, NM – June 19-25, 2011
Lightroom Workshop – Minneapolis, MN – July 30-31, 2011
Adventure Photography – Maine Media Workshops, Rockport, ME – August 21-27, 2011
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Photo Workshop – Albuquerque, NM – October 7-9, 2011
Lightroom Workshop – New Orleans, LA – November 5-6, 2011
Surfing Photography Workshop – North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii – January 12-15, 2012

If you would like more information about any or all of these workshops please visit the Workshop page on my website which has all of the details and links to these workshops.

Here are some Testimonials from a few of my workshop participants:

“Michael set an incredibly high bar for his workshop. He gave 110%, covered a broad range of topics and did an outstanding job.” – Chris Council, Adventure Photography Workshop, Summer 2010

“Thanks for running such a great workshop. I couldn’t have chosen better photo shoot locations, and the post-shoot critiques were invaluable. It’s the first time I’ve had my work reviewed, and I learned a ton from each session. While I didn’t go into the workshop expecting to pick-up too many marketing and business tips, I’ve come out of last week inspired to set-up my photo website in earnest.” – Jeff Hylok, Adventure Photography Workshop, Summer 2010

“The recent Adobe Lightroom Intensive Workshop in Seattle was excellent.  The two-day format was perfect–just enough time to cover all the important features but not so much time as to be draining or get in the way of work.  Michael Clark was an outstanding instructor.  Not only was he clear, concise, and comprehensive, but his manner was friendly and equable.  The fact that he is also a working professional photographer made the instruction all the more relevant.  I have used previous versions of Lightroom, but it had been a while and I had recently upgraded.  I was able to review some things I knew, learn about new features, and change my perspective on some workflow steps.  An absolutely great workshop that I recommend wholeheartedly.” – Karen Huntt, Lightroom Workshop, Spring 2011

“Thanks again for such a terrific workshop. I have taken one other two day Lightroom workshop, but your’s is the best!” – Vance Thompson, Lightroom Workshop, Spring 2011

“Just wanted you know how much fun I had during the workshop last weekend!  I learned a lot a look forward to doing other workshops with you.” – Jason Quevedo, Philadelphia Mentor Series Trek, Fall 2009

“Your workshop at Santa Fe was too good and I came away with a lot of knowledge and renewed energy. The level of expertise that you and Michael shared was top-notch and I hope to repeat this experience again. Thanks for such a great workshop!” – Participant in the 2008 Balloon Fiesta workshop taught by Andy Biggs and myself.

“My mind is still spinning and I can’t help but smile every time I think of the wonderful experience garnered from our workshop. Between what I learned from the two of you, as well as from my talented classmates – this was a great experience, and I would do it again.” – Participant in the 2008 Balloon Fiesta workshop taught by Andy Biggs and myself.

And just in case you missed it if you are looking to take a workshop check out my blog post on Pixiq.com on Preparing for a Photo Workshop.

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