Workshops~2019

My Mission Statement as an Artist and Instructor

Photography is just one of so many mediums of which one can create art, and in my own work I take many liberties, and departures from that of traditional photography. I consider my work fine art and as such I have an extremely deep personal connection with my work, and with the scenes of which I capture. When you decide to work with me, you decide to step across the threshold of absolute realism, unlocking creativity. Remember the scene the way you want to!

My goal with any workshop isn’t about the destination, but about the connection. When one can connect with a scene the ensuing photographs will reflect that. Rather than herd you from one location to another we take time to take it in, absorb the scene which ultimately allows you to think more clearly, which of course allows for the creative juices to flow. There are a million ways to see and capture a scene, and we want to find your way, and cultivate your creative vision.

During our classroom sessions we will focus on a logical and memorable workflow that may not quite be linear but will allow the highest quality of your work. Many of the techniques and tricks we will learn over the course of a workshop will help hone your skills and reform your workflow until the day you lay the camera down.

Glacier National Park~Wild~Life and Wild~Flowers~July 31st-Aug 4th 2019

Join me for 4 days, and 4 nights (Lodging and transportation included) in one of Americas last great wildernesses! Glacier National Park, is the park of parks, with towering peaks and bountiful glacial lakes its bound to leave a life lasting impression on you that will make you want to return again and again! 

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Night Photography Masterclass August 29th-September 1st

Please join me for 3 nights on our first EVER Night Photography Specific workshop! For three nights we will venture out into the darkness of Moab’s surrounding landscape, from amazing stone Arches to deep, dark canyons. We will spend this time covering topics from basic single-exposure images, to basic star tracking, and everything in-between (including stacking for noise and focus), being creative, finding compositions, and much more! We will have two afternoons of classroom training where we will cover how to post process these images from start to finish, and how to prepare for web, and print!

**Limited to 8 Students**

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Colorful Colorado Fall Foliage Tour September 25th-29th

I am delighted to invite you to join me on an epic adventure in Colorful Colorado capturing beautiful golden aspens backdropped by towering, snow capped peaks. For 4 days and 4 nights we will travel around arguably the most beautiful parts of Colorado while capturing amazing images! Tuition for this workshop includes lodging in Crested Butte and Ouray.
(Meals and Transportation not included)

**Limited to 5 Students**

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Autumn in Acadia~The Dynamic Landscape~October 16th-20th

Please join me for 4 days and nights in Acadia National Park is such a unique, and dynamic place, with no shortage of challenging subject matter sure to sharpen the skills of the wary novice to the seasoned pro!  This workshop will take us around Acadia, in hardwood wetlands, rugged coastlines, slippery boulder beaches, and mountain waterfalls all durning prime autumn splendor!  Just minutes from the bustling little town of Bar Harbor, the shops, restaurants, and of course the port where fresh seafood and lobsters are delivered daily!  Stay in a lovely Air B&B with myself and your classmates included in your tuition, complete with a farewell lobster feast!

**Limited to 5 Students**

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Interview With Iceland Photo Tours By Serena Dzenis - December 2019
Photographer of the Month: Joshua Snow Interview with American photographer Joshua Snow By Christian Hoiberg
Matt Payne Photography Blog: Interview With Joshua Snow On F-Stop Collaborate And Listen - April 14, 2017
Interview with Landscape Photographer Joshua Snow By Loaded Landscapes - Mar 30, 2018
Landscape Photographer Reveals Secret to Success with Joshua Snow By FStoppers
Interview With Joshua Snow by Photography Talk
Podcast interview With Joshua Snow By The Photog Adventures - September, 2017
"Beyond the typical Photo" with Joshua Snow - Interview by David Johnston and the Landscape Photography Show

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