Pamela Dolby Illinois
RMSP never disappoints.
To date I have taken six workshops from RMSP starting with Basic Photography and working through to Advanced. From there I added both foundation and travel workshops, ending most recently with the Macro Photography.
The level of commitment exhibited by every instructor is incredibly consistent. They have a passion to help you improve and throughout the five days it is clear their goal is for you to leave, not only as a better photographer, but with the tools to continue to improve your work long after the class has ended.
One of the most valuable, yet sometimes nerve-wracking parts of the workshop were the critiques. However, viewing the work of others, seeing how they interpreted a location shoot and hearing the instructors’ suggestions quickly became one of my favorite parts of the class. Make no mistake; these are called “work-” shops for a reason. You live, eat, breath and think about photography for five solid days. Between location and studio shoots, classroom lectures (always informative AND entertaining), critiques, and editing there is barely a minute to spare.
The talented people that surround you in the classroom enhance the entire atmosphere. Through RMSP I have met other like-minded creative photographers, which over the years have become friends and even joined me in other workshops.
RMSP is a community of which I’m proud to be a member.