Photography Workshops

by Lesley Ames ·Posted 04/20/2020
How does one get up close and interact with world-class photographers when social distancing is enforced? In the past seven years, the creative collective Out of Chicago has produced immersive, hands-on photography conferences in epic outdoor destinations such as Moab, Yosemite, and Acadia National Park, bringing together more than a dozen world-class photographers to teach and shoot side-by-side with attendees. When COVID-19 began to cancel everyone's photography workshops and events, Out of Chicago’
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 05/24/2019
A bit of rain never hurt anyone, and on May 5, 2019, a group of creatives and photographers proved that it wasn’t going to stop them from getting together and taking photos during the first Socality Community Event in New York City, arranged in partnership with B&H. Scott Bakken, the founder of Socality, wants to connect people online and then turn that connection into face-to-face encounters. By expanding official communities into more locations and by hosting events, such as the photo walk and
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 08/12/2019
In the world of photography, the name Magnum has been synonymous with photojournalism and visual storytelling of the highest caliber, from the agency’s founding in 1947 to the present. The artists of this world-renowned collective have documented global events, pushed the boundaries of visual language, and fostered photographic dialogues for more than 70 years. In addition to producing a remarkable photographic archive, Magnum Photo recently launched a new section of its website, Magnum Learn, to
by Elizabeth Groeschen ·Posted 11/16/2017
Before spending a week attending Krista Rossow’s “The New World of Travel Photography” class at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, I was guilty of more than one bad habit. After living and backpacking throughout Southeast Asia for most of the past ten years, I became adept at deciding which city (sometimes country) I would travel to at the last minute. While spontaneity is my strength, research of my destination(s) fell to the wayside. When
by Staff Writer ·Posted 09/12/2017
The very successful National Parks at Night photography workshop series is entering its third year, and the 2018 schedule is out! Along with the “Passport Series” workshops to U.S. National Parks, NPAN also offers the “Adventure Series” workshops to non-National-Park-relevant night photography destinations. Join instructors Matt Hill, Gabriel Biderman, Lance Keimig, Chris Nicholson, and Tim Cooper on an adventure next year!
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted 06/06/2019
You are passionate about photography. You are passionate about travel. Maybe you just want to combine your passion for photography with travel to a destination you have always dreamed of visiting. Whatever the reasons for being there, participating in a photography workshop while travelling is a fantastic way to not only improve your photography skills, but also to experience the people and culture of that place. Added to that, you will likely be spending time with others who share your passion for the art of photography, and new friendships
by Sam Mallery ·Posted 03/17/2014
B&H wasn't the only photographic institution to celebrate its 40th anniversary last year. The venerable Maine Media Workshops did so, as well. In this article, Gabriel Biderman, from B&H, chats with Elizabeth Greenberg, the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the Maine Media Workshops and College, about the unique experience their workshops provide. Let's get to know you better, Elizabeth. What's your background in photography and the arts? I was about fourteen when I woke up one day and decided I wanted to be a photographer when I