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 […]
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 […]
This has been a snowy week in Missoula and the participants in our Basic Photography Workshop are getting a first hand look at winter in Montana. Instructor Doug Johnson and assistant Roxanne Duffy have been leading this great group of photographers outside all week to photograph. Until today, Mother Nature has been providing a nice […]
Our Yellowstone in Winter workshop is happening this week. It’s an amazing winter adventure that always leads to some great photographs. Instructor Doug Johnson sent us a few images he’d taken in the past few days. Click an image to see it larger.
Mark S. Johnson has been a long-time instructor and friend of RMSP in addition to being one of the most prolific and inspirational digital photographic artists/writers/educators in the industry. The creator of free-content websites, inspired how-to books, and many useful tools for the digital photographer, he exhibits expertise and passion with everything he does. We […]
With over 25 years of photographic experience, long-time RMSP workshop leader, Brenda Tharp, is one of our most accomplished nature and fine art photographers & instructors. She’s back with us again in 2011 leading our Callaway Gardens: Georgia’s Springtime Palette workshop. I spent a few moments with Brenda in order to give our readers some insight to her […]
If you are even a little bit familiar with Rocky Mountain School of Photography, you probably already know that our educational opportunities are packaged into three programs: Career Training, Workshops and Weekends. Today, these three programs have lives of their own and continue to offer excellent opportunities for photographers around the world. What you might […]