Photography is a journey of the heart and soul. It is a creative outlet for your inner artist. The best part is, the more you improve your skills, the easier it is to enter that meditative state where nothing else exists in that moment except you and your camera. Here is your opportunity to improve your skills and take your art to the next level.
The Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery is now offering workshops for photographers of all experience levels, covering many different topics. Learn and from our pool of talented, professional photographers.
Classes will be held in our gallery unless otherwise noted:
Plaza Don Luis, Old Town
303 Romero Street NW (upstairs) in suite N208
Albuquerque, NM 87104
To register you may use the PayPal link, or call the gallery at
244-9195 during business hours to pay with a credit card.
Sign-up early, class sizes are limited to 12 participants
Please contact individual instructors if you have questions about their class.
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Kent marks the third generation of professional photographers in his family. His grandfather documented World War I and the Dust Bowl; his father, a B-24 pilot in World War II, documented that war, returning home to run the family photography business; and Kent has been shooting since he was seven. A member of the Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery, his award-winning work has been shown in galleries and museums, and collected internationally. A trial lawyer for thirty years, he returned to fine art photography full-time; teaching, judging, and, of course, making photographs. He has photographed nudes for almost forty years both with his beloved Hasselblad and digitally.
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Janet has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years, most of that time as a photojournalist. While working for newspapers in three states, she has covered a wide variety of subjects, including sports, news, features, and art. She has won numerous awards from ANMPAS, Associated Press and the National Press photographers Association (NPPA), among others. Some of her work is in the permanent collection at The National Museum for Women in the Arts in DC. She has taught college level photojournalism and served as a mentor for NPPA. Janet currently lives in New Mexico, pursuing fine art photography.
Upcoming Class Information
People Photography: A Photojournalist’s Approach
Date: Wednesday, February 20th 2013, 6-8 PM.
Cost: $40 (Plus NM Gross Receipts tax)
Instructor: Janet Worne (see bio on this page)
Class Flyer (PDF)
Ever wonder how some news photographers are able to photograph people in a way that looks natural and captures their personality? The ability to approach strangers, to connect with them quickly on an emotional level and come away with a revealing photograph, is a skill that takes time and practice to develop. But it can be learned. This workshop draws on the instructor’s nearly thirty years of photojournalism experience to give participants insight on how to create meaningful photographs that show emotion and tell a story. Learn how to connect with and relax your subject, how to use environment to make a more telling portrait, how to capture genuine moments as they happen, and how to use available light to your advantage. This is not traditional studio portraiture.
The Art of Black and White Conversion
Date: Wednesday March 6, 2013, 6-8PM
Cost: $40. (Plus NM Gross Receipts tax)
Instructor: Kent Winchester (see bio on this page)
Class Flyer (PDF)
Imagine the photographs that Ansel Adams could create with today’s digital tools! He’d envy the software that converts our photographs into beautiful black and white photos. We'll explore these tools in this workshop as we discuss what color photographs are good candidates for conversion, how to convert, evaluate, and fine tune the results. Along the way, we'll explore the Zone System applied to digital imaging, HDR, Photoshop, Lightroom, and Silver Efex Pro, and successful printing techniques, inks, and fine art papers. Most importantly, we’ll probe the emotions and reasons why you might want to convert a color photo to black and white and discover the elements that lead to exceptional, powerful images.