An avid nature-lover, outdoor adventurist and family man, Ryan Day Thompson has also been an active professional photographer based in Denver, Colorado for the eight years since graduating from our Summer Intensive in 2003. His body of work expresses his passion for all things nature, family, friends and joy. His portfolio includes grand scenic, adventure […]
Congratulations to RMSP Career Training graduate and current assistant, Doug Ness for being the 2nd prize winner in the professional category of the NYC Chapter of ASMP’s “Image 11” contest. As a winner his image will be on the promotional mailer and/or in a group show at a gallery in NYC. Way to go Doug!
This month’s assignment involves this bittersweet time of year when summer comes to a close and the kids head “Back to School.” This may seem like more of a documentary assignment, but not necessarily. How would you depict the activity of getting the kids prepared and ready to dive right back into their learning environments? […]
This month’s assignment asked the photographer to depict reflections – or the act of reflecting – with their images. It seems this assignment really struck a chord with our creative readers. Since the word itself can mean many things, our readers interpreted its meaning in many interesting ways. So much so, this assignment broke a […]
Congratulations to Michael DeYoung for claiming first place in the recent PDN Great Outdoors Photo Contest. Click the link to see Michael’s stunning image as well as the full gallery of winning images. And if this piques your interest, Michael will be leading an RMSP workshop in 2012 called Alaskan Adventure: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. […]
In 2007, Caryn Leigh Posnansky joined us for both our Summer and Digital Intensive courses. Since that time she has returned to her home in NYC and has been “rockin’ it” in the highly competitive field of portraiture and wedding photography. Her style is fresh, creative and vivacious…just like her! She’s been interviewed by fellow […]
Glacier National Park never looked better than through the lenses of our participants in July’s workshop there. Take a look for yourself!
Today is the end of an era for me…or at least a decade. I will be hanging up my RMSP hat after today and turning the blog over to Bob McGowan and Andy Kemmis. In my ten years here, I’ve learned a lot about photography, photography education, people, and myself. I’ve practically grown up here. […]
Last Friday Lisa Kurtzhals had her very first gallery opening. She was the first person to take part in a unique RMSP course, Exhibition Mentorship. This course pairs artists with a seasoned curator and artist, Kerri Rosenstein. Lisa spent six months working with Kerri on this particular exhibition. Despite the craziness of driving across country, hanging […]