We are gearing up for an amazing trip through the southwest landscape, and we’d love for you to join us!
You are invited to The Dynamic Nude photography workshop, a seven-day unforgettable photographic adventure in the heart of the Southwest landscape: Glen Canyon – also known as Lake Powell, Utah! Instructors Joel Belmont, Bert Pasquale, and Kim Weston guide us by boat and by foot to explore an amazing mix of sculpted red sandstone, deep blue waters, anasazi ruins, arches, petroglyphs, waterfalls, grottos, and towering rock formations. We’ll work with the nude female form against these backdrops, both on the large scale of the grand landscape, and the more intimate landscape of the slot canyons, where the curves of the canyon walls resonate with the lines of the human form. In addition to focused projects collaborating with models each day, there will be plenty of opportunities to make a wide range of landscape images.
Whether you are a beginner or a pro, you’ll dramatically improve your photography skills. You’ll create hundreds of stunning images, and feel creatively energized by spending a week in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. The Dynamic Nude runs October 2nd – 8th, 2011. Cost is $1695, which includes all meals and accommodations. Only a few open spaces remain – secure your spot today! (your application must be received by August 31st) More at www.DynamicPhotoWorkshops.com or (970) 618-1962.
“As a recent workshop attendee, I would encourage anyone and everyone to seriously give it consideration if you want to experience the absolute most beautiful landscapes and the exceptional teachings by the skilled instructors. Not only did I come away with a thousand spectacular images but also the most relaxed attitude for life. It is definitely one of the best experiences I have had in photography…ever!” ~Steve Fowler, Auburn, WA
“This is by far the best workshop I have ever attended. I invite those considering the workshop to sign up immediately so that you can discover the awe first-hand. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.” ~Andrea Humble, Grand Junction, CO
“Joel did a great job of scouting out the best locations for photography, being aware of local conditions, access and photographic opportunities at each site. He was available to provide help and guidance to those who needed it, and generous with his time, while leaving more experienced photographers free and unencumbered to pursue their own photographic inspiration. The locations covered a wide range of photographic possibilities, from the grandiose to the intimate: sand dunes, slot canyons, panoramic vistas, monolithic sandstone cliffs, lake reflections, night skyscapes and light painting.
The atmosphere on the trip was friendly, relaxed and informal. There was a full and demanding schedule of activities for every day of the trip, morning and evening, but with ample time for relaxation, sport, socializing, introspection, sharing and discussion. The group size was small enough to be intimate, and most of us now consider each other friends for life. I would have no hesitation in going on this trip again or recommending it.” ~Dr. N. Sukumar, Troy, NY
“You get to experience the beauty of Lake Powell and learn years’ worth of self-taught experience in a weeks’ time. I left this workshop a different person then when I got there. I highly recommend this workshop to anyone at any level of your photography journey.” ~David Oldeen, Plano, IL
“I recommend that anyone with an interest in photography not to miss this opportunity.” ~Greg Fullmer, Bakersfield, CA