These are always great fun and we'll be hanging with Kate Mckinnon, the globetrotting metalsmith who won't be teaching metalworking, but just being around her is inspirational. Even if you're not thinking of making it out for the workshop, you should check out this travel journal from a workshop we did together in 2010 -- that one was geared towards macro photography for jewelry makers. In this one we'll be doing more portraits and lighting (as well as "what does this thing on my camera do?") but if you've got jewelry you wanted to photograph, we can do that too. This one is open ended, but we'll certainly be spending some time in the desert and working with studio lighting.
Here's a shot of the very talented Kambriel from the last Tucson workshop (and taken with my cell phone, to show that you don't need fancy equipment):
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