3-DAY WORKSHOP + 4th Morning Zoom
ANDY KATZ: Photographing The Incredible Desert Landscape
Orientation Monday, October 9th, 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Tuesday, October 10th – Thursday, October 11th 9:00am – 4:00pm (to be decided by instructor)
Friday, October 20th 9:00am – 11:00am Pacific Standard Time VIA ZOOM
Transportation and delicious boxed lunches are provided for each full day of the class.
Sony will be providing the latest Sony gear for this class!
Photographers should bring their laptops and be conversant with their hardware and software in order to facilitate downloading and projecting their work for critiques in class. Digital projectors with standard DVI / VGA cables will be provided. If you require any special adapter for your computer for this purpose, please be sure to bring one to class.
plus $55 per day (Monday not included) Daily Registration. Included: Model fees, workshop transportation, boxed lunches on location days, opening reception, networking dinner, evening presentation and party.
A picture is a worth a thousand words, but here’s a few hundred that try to explain why I’ve devoted my life to taking photographs. I’m lucky — I discovered early that photography was my passion. Before my ninth birthday, I already knew I wanted to commit to a life behind the camera. I suppose it helped that I didn’t care much about Math or English in school; I wanted the World to be my subject. Sorry, teachers, if I seemed distracted back then — I was determined that I would travel the globe taking pictures, and learn what it had to master my craft. When I grew up, eventually, I set out — and now I have visited over 90 countries photographing the people, places, and events that I only once dreamed I might see someday. They spoke to me then, and they speak to me now. Happily, like that eight-year-old, I still embrace photography as my giddy passion, one I’m eager to share. As one of the first Sony Artisans of Imagery, I have that opportunity, sharing my appreciation for the greatest cameras in the world.