Jaral de Berrio, Mexico: January 18, 2019
2022 PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
Chile: September 5 - 19, 2022
The great variety of locations will provide you with many opportunities to find the right subject matter to fit your style. Personal attention will help improve your photography skills at any level.
And the stunning natural beauty of the landscapes will surely leave a permanent sense of awe to last a lifetime.
Real de Catorce: April 1 - 6, 2022
A jewel set high in the sierra Madres a town which for 150 years supplied Spanish conquistadors with silver.
Experience the rugged beauty of this remote and nearly inaccesible landscape.
Capture powerful and emotional images as the local community reenacts the Passion of Christ.
2020 PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
Chiapas, Mexico: Jan 10 - 19, 2020
Discover indigenous Mayan culture. Travel by car and boat off the beaten path. Photograph lush mountain canyons, jungle lowlands, lakes, waterfalls, the most beautiful Mayan archaeological sites, sleepy villages, and unforgettable San Cristobal.
Argentina: October 17-29, 2020
Take in the colorful neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. Experience the rugged beauty of Patagonia. Photograph glaciers and navigate the Iceberg Canal. Connect with tango dancers. Wilderness to culture - do it all!
2019 PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
Colombia: August 3 - 15, 2019
Photograph street life and colorful markets in Bogota and the flower festival in Medellin. Explore mountainous coffee-growing regions. Capture the unique local color of Cartagena, Colombia’s Caribbean coast. Small group. No “herding.”
Cuba: November 16 - 26, 2019
Ten days: Trinidad, Habana, Sancti Spiritus. Go off the beaten path. Experience the real Cuba, people-to-people. Photograph colorful markets and vibrant street scenes. Come back with breathtaking images. Small group - six photographers. No “herding.”
Oaxaca, Mexico: Dec 18 - 27, 2019
Enjoy a magical holiday! Two instructors, Jo Brenzo and Dan Burkholder. Work with cameras and/or iPhones. Post-processing with computers and mobile devices. Experience the season’s posadas, parades and festivals in Oaxaca, including The Night of the Radishes, one of the most unique folk art festivals in the world. Photograph ruins, gorgeous churches, and artisans who make the famous painted wooden animals of Oaxaca.