The Jim Richardson Bundle

In this workshop bundle, Jim Richardson explores how to put your pictures to work: in your life, in the environment, in the greater world and for the greater good. These workshops will be heavy on tools and techniques that Jim has honed over decades of creating working pictures. He’ll cover subjects from photo research to story proposal writing, tools for organizing pictures (and ideas) to form bodies of work, tools for building stories and for creating compelling presentations.

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The Working iphone

Few cameras have changed photography as much as the iPhone, freeing photographers from the tyranny of overstuffed camera bags as well as the dogged allegiance to technical solutions.  The iPhone spurs journeys of visual discovery — and it’s a lot of fun! Besides that, you’re paying good money for the camera that you carry everywhere everyday.  It’s time to master everything this wonderful tool has to offer.

Two 2-hour  Sessions

January 4th and 5th, 2023

This workshop, Lightroom Beyond the Folders, will unlock the vast power of Lightroom to organize your pictures, help you find them and create meaningful (and valuable) collections, tame the chaos of images scattered across myriad folders, and show how Lightroom can become the image hub that helps you build picture value. We’ll also explore how Lightroom can connect directly with web sites and social media platforms.

Two 90 Minute Sessions

February 8th & 9th, 2023

Bundle Price: $249

Meet your Instructor

Jim Richardson - Summit Photography Workshops

Jim Richardson

Workshop Faculty

Jim has work appearing regularly in National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Traveler in addition to Geographic books. Jim is on assignment for Nat Geo projects almost full time and for good reason. Richardson, a onetime newspaper photographer in Kansas and Colorado, brings amazing story-telling techniques along with detailed research to his pictures. Thirty years ago, he began photographing the area around his hometown in north central Kansas.

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