India trip update

by shari on October 24, 2017

Nearing the end of our journey through Rajasthan with another fantastic group. It is difficult to post images from here, so I am sharing just a few for now. We can’t thank our hosts and guides enough for all they’ve done to make this a successful and meaningful event for all of us. 20171014__04A5079_DxO20171018__04A5835 20171018__04A5796 20171018__04A5780

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Abundant Adventures in Rajasthan

by shari on March 7, 2017

The February tour of Rajasthan, India exceeded all expectations for adventure and great opportunities for photography. Following in the footsteps of the legendary photographer Steve McCurry, we explored a number of the places where he took som20170212_04A1596e of his most famous images. Highlights included visits to a household preparing for a Hindu wedding, a school tour, opium ceremonies, stays in havelis, tours of palaces, boat rides in Udaipur, rickshaw rides through crowded markets and a candlelit dinner at a stepwell. Watch for images from the trip posted to our social media sites and on member websites soon.



2017 India Trips Sold Out

November 9, 2016

Both the trips to Rajasthan, India next year are now sold out. We look forward to both trips with the individuals who are signed on to join us. Contact us about the 2018 itinerary which is taking shape now.

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Featured on Know How Transfer Website

June 1, 2016

I am so excited to be featured on the Know How Transfer website for my black and white photographs. Vitamin BW is the Photoshop plugin that makes my black & white images look so amazing. I also use the ALCE and Wow! apps they offer. All the plugins are fantastic, and so are the instructional videos. I abhor […]

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Grateful for being honored tonight

May 10, 2016

  I’m really grateful for being part of a group of women photographers recognized last night by Rick Solberg, a Redpoint Collective member and excellent photographer in his own right. Rick sponsored the National Geographic Live lecture yesterday evening by photographer Ami Vitale at The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The other photographers Rick honored this evening are Carol Barlau, Patty […]

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Day tour in Bangkok

January 7, 2016

  On our way to Myanmar, we stopped for a couple days in Bangkok, Thailand. Here are a few shots from our city tour yesterday – it included a longboat ride on the river, tour of the flower market and sunset behind Wat Arun temple.    

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Another Awesome Workshop with Joel Sartore

August 31, 2015

We braved zombies, and an adventure in a corn field, but it was all worth it for another successful workshop with Joel Sartore. Here are a few images by Joel from the day.  

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Canon’s Humorous ‘Never Again’ Ads Show Why You Should Print Your Photos

August 7, 2015

Canon came out with some entertaining reasons why it is important to print your favorite photos. Funny and true. Check it out – Canon’s Never Again Ads.  

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Tragic Way to Lose Your Images

July 15, 2015

It’s hard to be prepared for every way you can lose your photos. This is not one of the possibilities I’d expect to face. There’s a good suggestion at the end of the story for cloud-based backup. Photographer Loses Life’s Work After Burglars Steal Hard Drives

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Why the ‘Father of the Internet’ Thinks You Should Print Out Your Photos | TIME

March 12, 2015

I’ve been advising clients for years that the best way to pass your photos to future generations is by printing them. So it’s nice to hear an expert like Vint Cerf, the ‘Father of the Internet’ agrees with me. Read what Cerf has to say about the dark side of our digital future. Why the ‘Father […]

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