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Falling for New Mexico Photo Workshop

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Santa Fe

903 West Alameda St., #115

Santa Fe, NM 87501

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Autumn in New Mexico. The last sturdy wildflowers lighting up the hills. Aspens turning gold in the mountains. Piñon smoke rising in the evening air. Northern New Mexico is sand and sage, plains and mesas, flame-colored cliffs—surrounded by sky and clouds that herald the change of time and weather. Join award winning photographer Craig Varjabedian this fall for four days to capture one of our favorite seasons in this enchanted land.

THE WORKSHOP |
The sun will rise over adobe churches and we will be there to witness and photograph. At sunset, cliffs will turn gold and crimson, and our cameras will focus on this miraculous change and beauty. This workshop is both a celebration and a challenge—to see the magic and beauty of the Land of Enchantment and to make your own images, from adobe details to magnificent wide-open landscapes. Wandering over the rocky hillsides, we’ll have the chance to see a unique New Mexico—the essential land in all its beauty and simplicity.

BACKGROUND |
This workshop will be guided by award-winning photographer Craig Varjabedian who has spent over 30 years photographing New Mexico and will share his favorite places with you. The land and light of New Mexico has drawn artists, painters, and photographers for more than a century with its quaint adobe architecture, brilliant light and multi-cultural flavors of the Native Americans, Spanish and the Old West. You will photograph this enchanted land with Craig, in an unique environment in an atmosphere of adventure and discovery.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN |
In this workshop you will receive one-on-one instruction in the field, on technical and aesthetic issues. You will come to understand the many aspects of digital photography such as histograms and be introduced to HDR. In order to provide premier one-on-one instruction this workshop is limited to ten participants.

SKILL LEVEL |
This workshop is a terrific for all digital photographers who are essentially familiar with their cameras. You will need to know, before you get here, how to set and use auto bracketing on your camera, if your camera has this feature. You should be able to download, edit and manage images on your laptop computer. You need to be able to carry your own camera gear and tripod and be capable of walking and light hiking on trails of varied terrain.

INSTRUCTOR |
Craig Varjabedian, the founder and main instructor at Eloquent Light, is an award-winning photographer who explores the back roads of the American West, making profound pictures of the land and the people who live on it, telling stories. . . one photograph at a time. A gifted teacher, Craig has taught photography to people from around the world for over thirty years.

TESTIMONIAL |
Ask any alumnus of the Eloquent Light experience and two things that stand out in memory are 1) the one-on-one attention from workshop director, Craig Varjabedian, that takes you to a new level of skill and creativity, and 2) the wide open spaces as the setting for exquisite Southwest light and landscape.

Head to storied New Mexico locations such as Ghost Ranch, Rio Chama, White City, a pueblo or two, or the streets of Santa Fe. The Eloquent Light team structures the experience at each location as you learn the characteristics of light and scenery that capture an image revealing the essence of a hillside, an old Spanish Mission, a historic church, or a simple doorway of an adobe home.

The Eloquent Light team has spent thirty years building relationships with people and places that bring an authentic experience to each and every participant.

― Margaret S., Florida, Workshop Participant

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903 West Alameda St., #115

Santa Fe, NM 87501

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