Summer Fun in Montana
June 15, 2012  Author:  

If you’ve ever been to the state of Montana, you may have been instantly enamored by the glorious scenery that exists in abundance (and your camera most likely got a workout). What may not be as abundantly clear to the casual, non-resident visitor, is just how much fun there is to be had in this […]

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Tutorial Videos by Instructor David Marx
June 8, 2012  Author:  

Photographer and instructor, David Marx likes to teach. You might even say he was born to do so. One of his favorite subjects to teach is the functionality of the brilliant image editing software for photographers, Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® (commonly abbreviated to just Lightroom). If you’ve ever taken instruction from him, then you’ll know how […]

Michael DeYoung Sure is “Popular!”
May 23, 2012  Author:   (1)

When one of our illustrious instructors gets big press, we’re both darn glad and super-pleased to spread the word. Such is the case with our Outdoor Photography instructor, Michael DeYoung. A professional adventure, landscape and lifestyle photographer, he has landed an interview and full page spread all about photographing in Alaska that has been published […]

Wonderful Missoula, Montana, US of A
May 14, 2012  Author:   (2)

If you’ve ever heard the term “Turn that frown upside down!,” then maybe this could act as your first clue as to what it’s like here in Missoula nearly anytime of year. Even a so-called bad day is made amazing by a simple walk by a river or hike up a mountain trail or many […]

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 […]

Across the Great Divide…to Billings!
March 22, 2012  Author:  

Montana is the fourth largest state in the Union in terms of land mass, and if you’ve ever driven its breadth from east to west or vice versa – over 600 miles in all – you would know that it’s definitely one long haul and includes climbs over several mountain ranges including the Continental Divide. […]

Meet Roxanne Duffy, RMSP Photo Weekends Administrator!
February 25, 2012  Author:   (9)

In 2010, our Career Training program students hailed from most every state of the union with a small contingent from the state of Washington. Seattle native, Roxanne Duffy was one of the Washingtonians who quickly became enamored with the beauty, western culture and wide open spaces of Montana. After graduating, she decided that staying here […]

Career Training Info Day & Open House – March 10!
February 7, 2012  Author:  

If you’ve been thinking about pursuing your dream of becoming a professional photographer and have been looking into our 20-week Career Training program, we have an event coming up that will point you in the right direction. We will be holding a Career Training Information Day and Open House in our facilities in Missoula, MT, […]

Landscapes & Lightroom Workshop Slideshow
October 13, 2011  Author:  

Just last month, RMSP held our first ever Landscapes & Lightroom in Big Sky, Montana workshop. Instructors David Marx and Doug Johnson gave the participants “the ol’ one-two” with their expertise in both landscape photography and the powerful digital imaging software program, Adobe Lightroom. David posted the students’ concluding slideshow on his blog, The Lightroom […]

“Ansel Adams: A Legacy” Week
October 3, 2011  Author:   (1)

If you’re in the Missoula area anytime during the next few months, you may want to check out an exciting new exhibit opening this week at the Missoula Art Museum.  “Ansel Adams: A Legacy” is a selection of over 130 prints from a private collection that will be publicly displayed for the first time ever.  […]

Crown of the Continent: Glacier National Park- Participant’s Slideshow
September 9, 2011  Author:   (1)

Glacier National Park never looked better than through the lenses of our participants in July’s workshop there. Take a look for yourself!  

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 & […]

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 31
March 4, 2011  Author:  

This image was captured with an iphone by Marcy James.

From the Field: February’s Basic Photography Workshop
February 24, 2011  Author:  

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 […]