Images of Yosemite From Our Flickr Group
March 31, 2011  Author:  

A couple of weeks ago I posted an article about Yosemite and asked people to add their photos of the National Park to our Flickr Group. There are some  fantastic images. Take a look.   [slickr-flickr tag=”yosemite” id=”1448377@N23″] A big thanks to the following Flickr users for sharing: Robert Windel kcengtms Gordon Banks    

Gallery Opening: Cityscapes and Landscapes
March 30, 2011  Author:  

Artists: The Fine Grain Group Dates: April 1-May 27, 2011 Reception: April 1, 2011 from 5-8 p.m Rocky Mountain School of Photography (RMSP) Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of the upcoming exhibit, Cityscapes and Landscapes by the Fine Grain Group of Missoula, Montana. This is a juried collection of color and black & […]

What Kind of a Photographer Are You?
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Yes, you. I am talking to you. We’d like to get a better sense of who our blog audience is, and have decided to try throwing some simple polls into the mix to help us get to know you better. So if you wouldn’t mind participating, we would sure appreciate it!     Tell us […]

RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 36
March 29, 2011  Author:   (2)

Photograph taken by receptionist Melanie Wright.

Ten Places to Photograph in Louisville This Weekend
March 25, 2011  Author:   (1)

Louisville may be famous for hosting the Kentucky Derby, but there is so much more to photograph in this city. Whether you love the history and design of steamships or a wide variety of architectural styles, Louisville will capture your eye and keep you busy for hours, or even days. So if you are in […]

Alumni Friday: Chris Bohnhoff

Minneapolis based photographer, Chris Bohnhoff, attended our Career Training program in 2004. I came across his blog by chance as I was perusing the photography-related blogs listed on Alltop. When I saw his name I immediately recalled his student images, even from six years ago. His eye for design, composition and light have served him […]

RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 34
March 24, 2011  Author:   (2)

This photograph was taken by receptionist, Melanie Wright.

Elizabeth Stone’s Mission in the Bahamas
March 23, 2011  Author:  

For the last two years, artist and instructor Elizabeth Stone has spent a week in January on a small island in the Bahamas to participate in a free spay and neuter clinic organized by the Bahamas Humane Society. While she was there she not only helped prep animals for their procedures, but also went out into […]

RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 33
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This cellphone photograph was taken by Workshop Director, Sue LaRose, in a restaurant in McAllen,Texas. Sue was in Texas for the North American Nature Photography Association’s Conference.

Photographic Road Trip Through Montana
March 21, 2011  Author:  

There’s nothing quite like a summer road trip, especially in Montana. An incredible sense of freedom comes when you drive the back roads, pass through small towns, over mountain passes, through wildlife refuges and ghost towns. Keith Graham is instructing, or should I say, leading the road trip convoy for the Road Trip Montana workshop. We […]

RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 32
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The RMSP 365 Day Project took the biggest hit when my computer crashed a week or so ago. While I scrambled to recover from my unfortunate event, I admit I neglected the project. So finally, we are back on track and we move on to Day 32. The good news is that my coworkers have […]

Butterflies and Anvils: A Photographic Journal
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Instructor Eileen Rafferty has just launched an inspiring new project. She published her first issue of a quarterly photographic Journal entitled, butterflies and anvils. This journal is a continuation of the passion for creating art that she brings to all of her workshops and Career Training classes. In each issue there is an extensive artist’s interview, photographs, […]

Travel Photography: Making it Authentic
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Traveling takes you out of your everyday life and immerses you in new experiences, surroundings, cultures, foods, smells, and sounds.  It’s a great way to keep your photographic perspective fresh. Armed with a camera, seemingly endless enthusiasm, and trigger-happy fingers, you document everything in sight hoping to capture these new experiences. I can’t tell you […]