Michelle Gustafson’s Eddie Adams Experience
November 11, 2014  Author:   (0)

We absolutely love hearing from our graduates after they leave the confines of our classrooms. Whether making a big splash in their industry, or simply continuing to do what they love for themselves alone, we love knowing what they (you!) are up to. To us, the reward is simply knowing that they built their education […]

INSPIRATION, RMSP NEWS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
So You Want To Be A Photographer? Then Be An Assistant First.
May 16, 2014  Author:  

I think the best way to learn what you need to know to be an editorial or commercial photographer is by assisting for one. Or better yet, 50. There are so many moving parts and details to a photo shoot it is hard to imagine running one until you have worked on one. Or 50. […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, RMSP NEWS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Copyright: To Register or Not To Register?
February 25, 2014  Author:   (3)

Photographers create intellectual property on a daily basis. For some it is done purely for enjoyment and for others it is the means by which we feed our families. Wherever you fall on the creative spectrum, you are the owner of the images you create and you have the exclusive right to decide how those […]

GUEST POST, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Guest Post – My Journey From RMSP Student to Professional Wedding Photographer
February 14, 2014  Author:   (1)

After investing years of time, money, patience and dedication, you begin to see the reward of hard work – and reward is an understatement. I’ve dreamed of becoming a wedding photographer. It’s what I love. Funny thing is, I didn’t know it was wedding photography until I attended Summer Intensive. RMSP has this strong creative […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
ASMP Best of 2013 Choices – Something to Brag About, Jeremy Lurgio and Inti St. Clair!
August 29, 2013  Author:  

When it comes to recognition, there is no better trade organization in the realm of professionals than the American Society of Media Photographers  to receive it from. ASMP is the gold standard of professional organizations that help support members of an ever-evolving, highly competitive industry. Needless to say, when ASMP leadership honors their own members, it’s […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Alumni Spotlight – Evan Prince
October 23, 2012  Author:  

Evan Prince attended our Summer Intensive program in 2007 with the dream of making his way in the world of photography both professionally and creatively speaking. Since graduation, he has been doggedly and determinedly doing just that. Afterward, he headed back home to Austin, TX and spent roughly three years working as a photo assistant/digital […]

CAREER TRAINING, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Landscapes & Lightroom in Big Sky, MT and Yellowstone in Autumn Workshops Student Slideshows
October 10, 2012  Author:  

In September, two of RMSP’s outstanding and intrepid instructors, David Marx and Doug Johnson, led two separate workshops experiences back-to-back in southwestern Montana and northwestern Wyoming. Some of the participants in these joined us for both, and all had a spectacular time in this beautiful part of the country. See the results of their photographic […]

INSPIRATION, INSTRUCTORS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, WORKSHOPS
Alumni Friday – Kinsey Roy Chamberlin
June 29, 2012  Author:   (1)

A message often heard by students in our Career Training program is that if they are determined to make a career in photography, they can absolutely do so. An extremely focused student of ours from the last go around in 2011 is proving just that. Kinsey Roy Chamberlin, of Butte, MT came to us with […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Alumni Highlight: Ethan Rohloff
June 19, 2012  Author:  

As far as where our students land after completing our Career Training program, sometimes they just stay up in the air…literally. Such is the case with 2006 alum, Ethan Rohloff. For the past couple of years, he has taken to the air for his photography business in Australia. With an eye for architecture, his work […]

CAREER TRAINING, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Alumni Friday – Pam Voth
June 1, 2012  Author:  

Pam Voth graduated from RMSP’s Summer Intensive in 2004 and hasn’t had a real job since. Sure, she’s been working hard, but not at a job, rather, at what she loves – capturing still and moving images with her camera. A Missoula resident and world-traveler, she came to RMSP after leaving a 20 year career […]

CAREER TRAINING, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Intermediate Photography in April Student Slideshow
May 11, 2012  Author:   (1)

Springtime in Missoula is a great time to get outside with a camera. Just ask the creative and fired-up folks who just completed our Intermediate Photography workshop with instructor Tony Rizzuto last week. In fact, we’ll let examples of their work do some of the talking for them in this awesome concluding slideshow. Enjoy and […]

RMSP EXPERIENCE, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Andrew Nixon is on a Roll
May 8, 2012  Author:  

It just keeps getting better for fine artist, Andrew Nixon. Having just concluded a triumphant exhibition opening of Going Coastal at the RMSP Gallery, Andrew returned home to Boston, MA to discover that he was chosen as one of the winners of the 4th annual Martha’s Vineyard Magazine Photo Contest! Now, that’s what we call […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Basic Photography in Fredericksburg, TX – April, 2012 Student Slide Show
April 27, 2012  Author:   (1)

Enjoy the results of the most recent session of our Basic Photography workshop, which was held in Fredericksburg, TX. The participants had a good ol’ time and the locals were great sports to boot. Beautiful country and beautiful photography…a home run all the way around. Congratulations and a hardy “Well done!” to all of the […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Basic Photography in Missoula, MT – February 2012 Student Slide Show
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Back in February, the first session of our 2012 Basic Photography workshops took place here in Missoula. During the winter months, Montana experiences snow and weather that makes for interesting subject matter. It’s much different than the more milder climates or other times of the year. Our Basic participants took to learning their cameras and […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Exhibition Mentorship: Andrew Nixon
April 18, 2012  Author:   (2)

If you’ve ever considered taking huge, bold steps with showing your own artwork, then you’re probably aware that there can be no more rewarding an endeavor than holding a one-person exhibition in a gallery space. Coming up in May, the RMSP Gallery will play host to an exhibition by fine art photographer, Andrew Nixon, which […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS