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Thinking Like an Artist - A New 1-Day Workshop From Weston Photography

Thinking Like an Artist - A New 1-Day Workshop From Weston Photography

This is not a traditional photography workshop. This is an opportunity to experience the creative process of one of America's great artists and photographers, Kim Weston grandson of Edward Weston.  Thinking Like an Artist is a perfect introduction into our April Wildcat Studio Nude Workshop. This seminar will prepare you for the two days of photographing on Wildcat Hill where you can take your ideas and put them into action with professional models!

Weston Photography and The Creative Photo Academy Collaboration Workshop

Weston Photography and The Creative Photo Academy Collaboration Workshop

Weston Photography and The Creative Photo Academy are teaming up for a workshop on the central coast of California later this month. The workshop will consist of 3 days of shooting, 2 on Wildcat Hill and 1 in an exclusive location in the heart of Big Sur.

September 2018 Wildcat Studio Nude Workshop

September 2018 Wildcat Studio Nude Workshop

We finished up our September Wildcat Studio Nude Workshop here on Wildcat Hill this last weekend. It was an amazing weekend, with two awesome days of weather, three wonderful models and a stellar group of photographers.

In Celebration of the Black and White Print Video

In Celebration of the Black and White Print Video

We hope you enjoy this video. Epson came to our home and interviewed Kim about Black and White Photography and his life experiences. "Journey to the home of Edward Weston and see his original darkroom. Then listen to his grandson Kim talk about his photographic heritage workshops and his own highly collected traditional Black-and-White work. To many, Black-and-White is the very definition of photography. In addition to a series of tutorials on digital Black-and-White printing, we are honored to present in-depth interviews from two photographic icons (John Sexton) who work with traditional Black-and-White tools. Their incredible insight provides inspiration to us all as we celebrate the Black-and-White print, be it traditional or digital". Thank you Dano!