What a great group I had for my first San Francisco workshop! We had some crazy wind while we visited the Golden Gate Bridge but, overall, fantastic weather for the many incredible sights we saw.
Read on for a look at some of the students’ work.
A SF local, Dale is sharing some shots from our first day of the workshp. Two takes from City Hall and a unique look at the Golden Gate Bridge.
See more of his work on his website – www.dalecruse.photography.com.
Also from the SF area. Svetlana made some infrared shots during out time together. Makes for a unique look at some of the architecture.
See more on her website – www.svetlanamaxonphotography.squarespace.com.
Sally traveled from Michigan for her second workshop with me 🙂 She’s sharing some beautiful high-key images from City Hall, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Pacific Gas & Electric Building.
Check out her website for more – www.matakphotography.com.
Benjamin made the long trip from the New York City area to capture some interesting details and street scenes in SF.
Checkout his Instagram feed to see more – @bprosnitz.
Coming from my home state of Wisconsin, Libby captured some fantastic, moody, dramatic details around the city – Golden Gate Bridge and The Hyatt Regency.
See more on her Instagram account – @libsutton.
Always fantastic seeing Tex! He’s joined me in every city I’ve done a workshop in since 2019. Love seeing how his work has progressed over the last few years. He traveled a bit north from SoCal to capture some nice geometric takes on SF with us today – Transamerica Tower, Contemporary Jewish Museum, & Hyatt Regency.
See more on his Instagram feed – @tex.schneider.photography.
Also from the SF area, Darlene is sharing some nice details of the city, including one very fun and colorful multiple exposure shot.
Thanks again to this great group for spending the weekend with me. Be sure to give them a follow 🙂
This is the second workshop Stephanie has joined, making her way to SF from Baltimore. She’s sharing some fill-the-frame details from The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, Columbus Tower, and The Chambord.
Be sure to follow her on Instagram – @sbj511.