I just posted this on dpreview.com, but I guess I might as well post it here too:
I’m looking for some advice from forum members.
I am interested in doing a photo workshop sometime in September. I’ve never gone to one before. I am a reasonably competent amateur. I’m still shooting an original 300D Digital Rebel (over 40,000 shots) and use mainly Sigma lenses.
I’d like to concentrate on shooting skills. I’m already pretty good with Photoshop, which I use on a regular basis at work.
I am looking to go somewhere beautiful, not worried about some hiking (I’m 57, work at a desk and reflect much of what that implies), and will fly anywhere Southwest goes, rent a car and drive where necessary.
I looked at a website for a Rocky Mountain National Park workshop run by Andy Cook & Bruce du Fresne. It seems to be along the lines of what I’m looking for, though it might be too short for my long trip. I don’t know.
Actually, that’s the operative phrase: I don’t know. So, any suggestions will be appreciated.
I’ll let you know what comes of this.