Tuesday, July 8, 2014

One Workshop Opening - North Rim Grand Canyon - WAITING SPACE ONLY

North Rim Grand Canyon


Of course we will be shooting the Canyon itself on the photo workshop, but we will also have the opportunity to photograph nature, wildlife and many other things on the Kaibab Plateau.


We always shoot a variety of subjects on my workshops, not limiting ourselves to one genre.

I have ONE PLACE open for this October's workshop to the North Rim. It going to be another fantastic trip!


http://californiaphotographyworkshops.com/North_Rim_Grand_Canyon.html

Keith Skelton Photo

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Oregon on my Mind


Openings for the Oregon Photo Workshop

Opening for the Oregon Photo Workshop - September 17-21, 2014

The Columbia Gorge, Smith Rocks, The Painted Hills, Old Homesteads….

http://californiaphotographyworkshops.com/Oregon2.html

Keith Skelton Photo

Keith Skelton Photo

Keith Skelton Photo

The Last Dark Refuges in the U.S.

The Last Dark Refuges in the U.S.




Mexican Hat  -  Keith Skelton Photo 

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Openings for the Oregon Photo Workshop

Opening for the Oregon Photo Workshop - September 17-21, 2014

 The Columbia Gorge, Smith Rocks, The Painted Hills, Wheat Fields and more..

 http://californiaphotographyworkshops.com/Oregon2.html
 

ONE SPOT OPEN FOR THE NORTH RIM GRAND CANYON WORKSHOP



ONE SPOT OPEN FOR THE NORTH RIM GRAND CANYON WORKSHOP. We will have a full moon and as a bonus a total eclipse of the moon! October 4-8, 2014

http://californiaphotographyworkshops.com/North_Rim_Grand_Canyon.html

http://www.keithskelton.com/album/north-rim-workshop

Friday, June 27, 2014

Elliott Erwitt Shares 12 Priceless Street Photography Tips

Elliott Erwitt Shares 12 Priceless Street Photography Tips



“Photography is an art of observation – it’s about creating something extraordinary out of the ordinary. You choose a frame and then wait until the right time for something magical to come along and fill it. " - Elliott Erwitt

Elliott Erwitt

Friday, June 20, 2014

Images of a Polar Bear Hunt - TIME - Ed Ou

Images of a Polar Bear Hunt



http://www.edouphoto.com



http://lightbox.time.com/2011/09/01/award-winning-photojournalist-ed-ou-talks/



"In his photos, Ou shows Inuit like Kelly Amaujaq Fraser, a young woman who was sexually abused as a young girl, and whose father killed himself when she was just a teenager. Ou shows a near-empty refrigerator, the product of a place where unemployment is in the double digits, and where a simple carton of milk can cost more than $10. Given those bleak conditions, it’s not surprising that the Inuit would hunt polar bears, as their ancestors did before them — albeit not with high-powered rifles. A single polar-bear pelt can fetch more than $10,000 on the open market, and the meat can feed dozens of hungry people. As distasteful as the sight of a butchered polar bear might be to outsiders, to the Inuit, it’s a matter of survival — and of culture. “They feel their ability to hunt is one of their last sources of subsistence,” says Ou.  “Before you judge them, you have to understand the socioeconomic factors driving this.”

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

2014 Eastern Sierra Workshop Gallery

I had a fantastic group of people on my June Eastern Sierra Workshop. Though the days were long we photographed numerous scenes including Mono Lake, Bodie, Rattlesnake Gulch, Tioga and more.

I'll be taking another trip this October. Sign up here: http://californiaphotographyworkshops.com/Eastern_Sierra.html

Check out my gallery!

Eastern Sierra 2014

http://www.keithskelton.com/album/eastern-sierra-2014