Summer Intensive 2015 – Week 4
June 26, 2015  Author:   (1)

Week 4 is underway now and is as full of photo goodness as is every other week of SI. This week, the experience started out with an optional lecture by Neil on shooting at rodeos, mainly offered in preparation for an annual group trip to shoot the historic Augusta Rodeo this coming weekend. Additionally, Neil […]

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Summer Intensive 2015 – Week 3
June 19, 2015  Author:   (0)

SI is rolling right along. By now in Week 3, the groups A, B and C are gelling as tribes, and have been challenged with the production of their mid-term slideshows due in early July. This is their first major project that will incorporate all of the learning and experience they’ve gained thus far in […]

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Summer Intensive 2015 – Week 2
June 12, 2015  Author:  

Whew! With Week 1 behind all of our students, instructors, assistants and staff, it’s time to look forward to Week 2 of Summer Intensive 2015. As one might expect, the first week of a program like ours is full of “firsts” and orientation-type activities. As we inch our way through the program however, a routine […]

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Summer Intensive 2015 – Week 1
June 5, 2015  Author:  

Summer Intensive Has Begun! The first week of Summer Intensive 2015 is in the books! What an incredible rush it was to finally welcome this year’s class of students. Budding photographers from 25 states and one foreign country (New Zealand, via Thailand) packed our lobby area on Monday morning as we kicked off orientation day. […]

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Sallie Mae – Career Training Smart Option Student Loan
April 14, 2015  Author:  

Do you want to become a professional photographer? Have you have been “dreaming” about our Career Training Program for years and have never been able to make it work.   Sallie Mae is here to help you make your dreams come true! RMSP is not a federally accredited school, therefore our students do not qualify for Federal […]

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RMSP Graduate Profile: Ben Reed
April 6, 2015  Author:   (3)

This is a post by contributing author and RMSP Career Training graduate Charlie Bulla.  It’s always exciting to chat and visit with RMSP folks, whether that means staff, instructors, your classmates or other alum. So, does that make hanging out with multiple RMSP’ers in Hawaii extra special? It sure did for me! The RMSP family […]

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Canon, CES and Pixma Pro Printers … Vegas Style
February 11, 2015  Author:   (1)

Guest article written by 2012 Career Training graduate Heather Gill.   The call from Canon came at the end of a tough year. I had packed up and moved my business to a new location, and just wasn’t sure if it was going to be revivable in a new city. I had just started reaching out to […]

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In the Spirit of Ansel Adams: Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons in Black and White – Guest Article by Steve Russell
December 5, 2014  Author:   (2)

At the tail end of Fall I had a chance to join a small group of experienced photographers on a photo expedition to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Our goals were to “hunt” and “shoot” wild animals, photograph the Milky Way, and capture the grandeur of the Teton mountain range. Of course, this is […]

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Refining Masks in Photoshop
September 11, 2014  Author:  

Refining Selections The marching ants that represent selections have been around forever. But it doesn’t mean that they are the best tool for the job; it’s just all we have had until recently. Some years back Adobe gave us the Refine Edge tool. In addition to viewing the selection in a different way, it gives […]

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2015 COURSE CATALOG IS OUT!!
August 28, 2014  Author:   (1)

That’s right! The 2015 RMSP Course Catalog will begin shipping today! If you are on our list (and request mail from us), your copy should be showing up in the very near future. If you simply can’t wait to hold this beauty in your hands, you can get a jump on planning your 2015 by […]

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Summer Intensive 2014 Graduation Day
August 5, 2014  Author:  

On the final day of our annual Summer Intensive (SI) course on Friday, August 15th, we will be celebrating our students’ achievements with Graduation Day activities…and you’re invited! This is always a special day for us here as well as a bittersweet culmination of 75 professionally and intensively trained photographers being launched on their individual creative paths. […]

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Summer Intensive 2014 – Week 5
July 3, 2014  Author:  

The shortest week during the whole of SI began with an optional excursion for many of the students. Montana’s largest such event, the annual Augusta Rodeo took place on Sunday. As usual, card-carrying and highly trained (at this point) RMSP student photographers were there in abundance lining the rodeo ring fences, roaming the behind-the-scenes environs, […]

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Summer Intensive 2014 – Week 4
June 27, 2014  Author:  

As I type this, it’s hard to believe its already Week 4 of Summer Intensive 2014. The deluge of information that came in weeks 1 – 3 has let up a tiny bit, but this week still packed quite the punch. We welcomed three visitors this week, and each added incredible value to the SI […]

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Summer Intensive 2014 – Weeks 1 – 3
June 24, 2014  Author:  

We’re a little behind the 8-ball with our weekly recap of our 26th season of this year’s Summer Intensive course, but as they say, “better late than never!” To play catch up a little, we can say that the first few weeks of Summer Intensive – as always – have started off at 1,000 miles-per-hour. […]

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Shooting a Realistic HDR Image
March 19, 2014  Author:  

The High Dynamic Range Image HDR imagery can be considered a recent fad or a well-worn technique, depending on how you look at it. In the early days, film failed to produce visible detail in the highlight and shadow values of high-contrast scenes. Because of this, photographers resorted to difficult and tedious darkroom techniques to […]

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