Atchafalaya Cajun Country, February 26 – March 1, 2020
Venture with Laurie Klein Workshops into the beauty that is Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Cajun country to photograph natural wonders and remembrances of a time gone by. Regardless of your favorite photographic genre, subjects abound in the beautiful, vast, and mysterious Atchafalaya basin: Spanish moss suspended from ancient oak trees, cypress knees rising from the marshy waters, wildlife of every variety, landscapes, and history. As a special feature, we will have two environmental portraiture sessions with the incredible Nicole Cudzilo surrounded by the majesty of the largest, restored plantation in the South. From Nottoway Plantation, our home base on the banks of the Mississippi river, we will strike out each day to capture the amazing scenery and culture of the area. Join Laurie Klein and Shelley Vandegrift for this one of a kind photography experience.
Location: Nottoway Plantation Resort, Louisiana
Create Your Own Workshop, January – February, 2020
Book your customized, private instruction with Laurie Klein in the Delray, Florida, area in January or February, 2020. Each custom workshop includes a one hour Skype planning session; a one, two or three-day private shoot at an agreed upon location, and a one-hour follow-up Skype session. You can travel to Laurie in Florida, or she can travel to a destination of your choosing. You and Laurie design the project schedule and agree upon pricing, which may include travel and model fees. Please contact Laurie to book your custom workshop.
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2-Day Introduction to Hand Coloring Photographs
Rockport, ME, March 14-15, 2020
Your hands-on, two-part course with Laurie will introduce you to the aesthetics and technical aspects of hand coloring – and then give you time to practice and work on your own photograph. You’ll leave with images you love and the tools to create more.
This class will discuss taking photographs that are suited for hand coloring, selecting your materials, coloring techniques, and preserving your finished work. You will leave with at least 4 finished, fine art pieces of your own creation along with all the knowledge necessary to continue making one of a kind art.
Location: Maine Media, Rockport, ME
Infrared: A to Z – 3-Day Intensive With Laurie Klein and Shelley Vandegrift
Providence, RI, May 1-3, 2020
Looking for a new way to make your images standout? Infrared photography takes the mundane and turns it into art. Learn infrared photography from camera selection to capture considerations to efficient and artistic post-processing in 3 days. Join us in Providence, RI, for this information-packed, intensive workshop.
Cost: $695, plus $50 model fee
Location: Laurie Klein Studio Loft, Providence, RI
The Majestic Inner Light of Sedona with Laurie Klein and Larry Lindahl
Sedona, AZ, May 14-18, 2020
Imagine being in a Fine Art workshop with figure models on the sacred lands of Sedona! The models will interact with the landscape as you are guided to reach deeply into personal visual expressions at each creative experience. The two instructors will have you composing stunning images with several incredible figure models, such as Nicole Cudzilo from Santa Fe, Sedona model Pash Galbavy and Tucson model Lacey Wolf.
Black and white photographer Laurie Klein and color photographer Larry Lindahl each approach their craft in uniquely personal ways. You with your camera in the light and landscape of Sedona will photograph the other-worldly vistas in nature, usually with models, clothed and nude, to work with. Immerse yourself in artistic imagination, visual discoveries, and one-to-one inspiration.
This workshop is for all levels of photographers.
Location: SkyRanch Lodge, Sedona, AZ
Hand Coloring With Laurie Klein
Kalamazoo Art Institute, May 30-31, 2020
Presented by the Kalamazoo Art Institute in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Workshop information and registration will be available on the KAI website spring 2020.
Female Form in the Maine Landscape
Maine Media, July 19-25, 2020
Picture this: you with your camera in the Maine light in Summer; perfect for infrared, B&W or color capture. Incredible models, 5 days to immerse yourself in your creativity and a spirit of adventure.
World renowned photographer and educator, Laurie Klein, will lead you through the art and techniques of photographing the female form in the natural landscape. Each day as we photograph in a variety of landscapes we will concentrate on pre-visualizing, posing, relationship building between you and your models who are vulnerable subjects in nature. Laurie will concentrate on helping you identifying and developing your authentic personal style.
There will also be daily critiques, and one on one time with Laurie. Post production and workflow will be covered.
This workshop is for Infrared, Black & White and Color photographers.
Location: Maine Media, Rockport, ME
Female Form in the Delaware Water Gap
Peters Valley School of Craft, August 14-18, 2020
The Delaware Water Gap’s rich landscape coupled with the incredible August light will be the perfect backdrop for the workshop. Each day as we photograph in a variety of landscapes we will concentrate on pre-visualizing, posing, relationship building between you and your models, who are vulnerable subjects in nature. Laurie will concentrate on helping you identify and develop your personal style, along with daily critiques. August light is perfect for infrared, B&W or color capture. This is an amazing opportunity to immerse yourself in creativity with a spirit of adventure. Post production and workflow will be covered.
Location: Peters Valley School of Craft, Layton, NJ
Seeing the Acadia Landscape in a New Way
Acadia National Park, Maine, September 5-10, 2020
“When you approach something to photograph it, first be still with yourself until the object of your attention affirms your presence. Then don’t leave until you have captured its essence.” ~ Minor White
Join Laurie Klein and Al DaValle at this unique workshop in Acadia National Park focusing on how to develop a new way of seeing the dramatic landscape. During the week, you will have the opportunity to work with various photographic techniques and technologies. Laurie will unveil how infrared photography can open new doors for self expression, and Al will reveal the secrets of Acadia in a way only someone who has spent years photographing these amazing places can. You will also have the opportunity to incorporate the human form into the landscape as we provide access to wonderful models who will creatively collaborate with you in unfolding your Acadia story.
Location: Acadia National Park, Maine
Santiago and the Chilean Andes
Santiago, Chile, November 7-15, 2020
Surrounded by the spectacular Andes mountains, which separate Chile and Argentina and extend all the way to tip of South America, Santiago is a city of eclectic neighborhoods, each with its own character and flavor. Whether your favorite photographic genre is landscape, street photography, travel photography or models in the environment, this trip is for you. Based in a 4-star boutique hotel for the entire 9 days of our Chilean adventure, we will venture out into the city, surrounding areas or up to the Andes, each day. We will begin our experience with a day strolling Santiago’s most photogenic neighborhoods, enjoying the renovated street art scene, and visiting local artisans and unique markets. Other days will be filled with trips into the amazing beauty that surrounds Santiago. We will photograph: the colors and street art of the unique port city of Valparaiso; Isla Negra, the coastal town poet Pablo Neruda called home; the dramatic gorge and mountains of Cajon de Maipo in the Andes, nature reserves, Andean vistas, local vineyards, and much more.
Cost: $5,850, single occupancy. ($300 per person discount for friends booking, traveling, and rooming together)
Location: Santiago, Chile